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Automated Deduction and Integer Programming

  • Reiner Hähnle
Conference paper
Part of the Collegium Logicum book series (COLLLOGICUM, volume 1)

Abstract

We generalize propositional semantic tableaux for classical and many-valued logics to constraint tableaux. We show that this technique is a generalization of the standard translation from CNF formulas into integer programming. The main advantages are (i) a relatively efficient satisfiability checking procedure for classical, finitely-valued and, for the first time, for a wide range of infinitely-valued propositional logics; (ii) easy NP-containment proofs for many-valued logics. The standard translation of two-valued CNF formulas into integer programs and Tseitin’s structure preserving clause form translation are obtained as a special case of our approach.

Keywords

Mixed Integer Programming Conjunctive Normal Form Integer Programming Problem Proof Tree Automate Deduction 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Reiner Hähnle
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  1. 1.Institut für Logik, Komplexität und Deduktionssysteme Fakultät für InformatikUniversität KarlsruheKarlsruheGermany

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