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Frontiers of Combining Systems

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    Chapter 1 Foundational (Co)datatypes and (Co)recursion for Higher-Order Logic
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    Chapter 2 Designing Theory Solvers with Extensions
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    Chapter 3 A New Description Logic with Set Constraints and Cardinality Constraints on Role Successors
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    Chapter 4 Metric Temporal Description Logics with Interval-Rigid Names
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    Chapter 5 Using Ontologies to Query Probabilistic Numerical Data
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    Chapter 6 Pushing the Boundaries of Reasoning About Qualified Cardinality Restrictions
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    Chapter 7 Parallel Closure Theorem for Left-Linear Nominal Rewriting Systems
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    Chapter 8 Complexity Analysis for Term Rewriting by Integer Transition Systems
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    Chapter 9 Solving SAT and MaxSAT with a Quantum Annealer: Foundations and a Preliminary Report
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    Chapter 10 Superposition with Structural Induction
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    Chapter 11 Subtropical Satisfiability
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    Chapter 12 On Solving Nominal Fixpoint Equations
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    Chapter 13 Decidable Verification of Decision-Theoretic Golog
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    Chapter 14 The Bernays–Schönfinkel–Ramsey Fragment with Bounded Difference Constraints over the Reals Is Decidable
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    Chapter 15 First-Order Interpolation of Non-classical Logics Derived from Propositional Interpolation
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    Chapter 16 Finitariness of Elementary Unification in Boolean Region Connection Calculus
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    Chapter 17 Merging Fragments of Classical Logic
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    Chapter 18 Interpolation, Amalgamation and Combination (The Non-disjoint Signatures Case)
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    Chapter 19 The Boolean Solution Problem from the Perspective of Predicate Logic
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Chapter title
Subtropical Satisfiability
Chapter number 11
Book title
Frontiers of Combining Systems
Published in
arXiv, June 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-66167-4_11
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-966166-7, 978-3-31-966167-4
Authors

Pascal Fontaine, Mizuhito Ogawa, Thomas Sturm, Xuan Tung Vu

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