AQCS
Approximate quantified constraint solving (AQCS). AQCS is a program for solving quantified constraints approximately. A quantified constraint is a formula of first-order predicate logic containing the following symbols: Variables ranging over the reals, floating point interval constants, the function symbols + and ., the predicate symbols <= , =, <, >= and >, and the quantifiers exist and forall . The output for a given quantified constraint is a set of boxes on which the constraint is guaranteed to be true and a set of boxes on which the constraint is guaranteed to be false. For constraints with less than three free variables graphical output is also available.
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