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|Title:||Special issue of JSAT on CFV|
|Contributed by:|| Miroslav Velev|
|Keywords:||Deduction Rules, BMC, DPLL, DP, Minimal models, Intelligent Backtracking, #P, Data structure, Quasigroups, Local Search, Repository, BDD, Random 3SAT, Stalmark, Complexity, Randomization, Computational logic, MAC, FC, Verification, Alternative approach, QBF, Structure of problems, EDA, Benchmark, SAT application, Equivalency Reasoning, Randomised Algorithms, Randomised Problem Generation, Instance simplification, Learning, Model Elimination, Satisfiable Problems Generation, SAT tools, Distributed Computing, CSP, Logic, branching heuristics, instance database, threshold conjecture, phase transition, binary clause reasoning, QBF, Dynamic restarts, resolution complexity, message-passing algorithm, Linear Programming, programming language, pseudo boolean optimization, variable ordering heuristic, preprocessors, MAXSAT, distributed parallel dynamic learning, Preprocessing, Unit Propagation, symmetry, General Interest, Cellular Automata, Cellection Framework, call for papers, semidefinite programming, conference information, Genetic Algorithm, Boolean functions, SAT-Based, Linear Constraints, SAT Hardware, Lookahead, Generative SAT library, multi-value, Stochastic Satisfiability, Divide-and-Conquer Algorithms, Non-monotonic reasoning, implicativity, stable set of points, stable set of clusters, Satisfiability Modulo Theory, Constraint Programming, genetic programming, SAT/CP, bioinformatics, resolution determinization, SAT-solver, SAT/CP Integration, Hybrid solver, Visualisation, Pseudo-Boolean Solving, Resolution proof|| |
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We would like to invite you to submit a paper to the special issue of the
Journal on Satisfiability, Boolean Modeling and Computation (JSAT) on
the topic of application of constraints to formal verification (CFV).
The submission deadline is January 10, 2007.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- application of constraint solvers to hardware verification;
- application of constraint solvers to software verification;
- dedicated solvers for formal verification problems;
- tuning SAT for formal verification and testing;
- challenging formal verification problems.
The submissions have to be in the JSAT format:
and have to be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If possible, please confirm your intent to submit a paper.
We look forward to your submission,
Miroslav Velev and Joao Marques-Silva
Editors of the special issue of JSAT on CFV|| |
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