SMT-LIB was created with the expectation that the availability of common standards and a library of benchmarks would greatly facilitate the evaluation and the comparison of SMT systems, and advance the state of the art in the field in the same way as, for instance, the TPTP library has done for theorem proving, or the SATLIB library has done initially for SAT.

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