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convince

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comply with

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  • fail to meet

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to be satisfactory to

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to grant or have what is demanded by (a need or desire)

to cause (another) to believe or feel sure about something

to set right by giving what is due

to supply fully or completely

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meet the requirements or expectations of

make happy or satisfied

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In certain areas (such as the annual propositional satisfiability problem [SAT] competition) the benchmarks are changed simply because they weren't established with an eye toward tracking progress in a reliable, quantified way.
In this paper, we will call as 'WSPS' (Workflow Satisfiability Problem situation) a situation where the WFMS is unable to find (for availability or security reasons) an authorized user to assign to the current task instance in a workflow instance.
The paper was cited more than 500 times, according to Knoblock, and another researcher, Bart Selman, used the paper as a base to form his GSAT approach to solving satisfiability problems.
But then it is no longer the case that the problem is with the unity of essence position as such, but rather with the joint satisfiability of the two theses, unity of essence and CIT.
Keywords: Decision Support Systems, Timetable, Satisfiability, Optimization, Ant Colony Systems.
can be defined with negation, conjunction, disjunction and satisfiability, the following condition can be understood.
To demonstrate the feasibility of parasitic computing, Barabasi and his collaborators chose a mathematical question known as the satisfiability problem (SN: 5/6/00, p.
Consider the standard finite satisfiability problem: given a relational algebra expression E over R, does there exist a relation instance r such that E(r) [not equal to] 0?
Methods for synthesizing (finite state) concurrent programs from temporal logic specifications based on the use of a decision procedure for testing temporal satisfiability have been proposed by Emerson and Clarke [1982] and Manna and Wolper [1984].
1992], which attempts to solve satisfiability problems by hill-climbing and plateau-walking in the space of assignments, starting from a random initial assignment.
We first present an approximation preserving reduction from this satisfiability problem to R|[r.
A note is in order on exactly when preconditions clauses will cause blocking in the definition of satisfiability.
For example, as noted, one group explicates logical possibility in set-theoretic terms - as satisfiability - while others try to render mathematics, or a surrogate, in terms of logical possibility.
Paradigmatic Problems that handles several famous combinatorial optimization problems as max cut, min coloring, optimal satisfiability tsp, etc.