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Propagation = Lazy Clause Generation

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Propagation = Lazy Clause Generation
Finite domain propagation solvers effectively represent the possible values of variables by a set of choices which can be naturally modelled as Boolean variables. In this paper we describe how we can mimic a finite domain propagation engine, by mapping propagators into clauses in a SAT solver. This immediately results in strong nogoods for finite domain propagation. But a naive static translation is impractical except in limited cases. We show how we can convert propagators to lazy clause generators for a SAT solver. The resulting system can solve scheduling problems significantly faster than generating the clauses from scratch, or using Satisfiability Modulo Theories solvers with difference logic.
Olga Ohrimenko, Peter J. Stuckey, Michael Codish
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Type Conference
Year 2007
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Authors Olga Ohrimenko, Peter J. Stuckey, Michael Codish
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