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SAT Syllabus

Sat 2010 Syllabus
SAT tests the subject matter memorized by students in high school and how well they put that knowledge—the vital thinking abilities requirement to succeed in college.

The International Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing is the primary annual meeting for researchers studying the propositional satisfiability problem (SAT). Satisfiability test is three hours and 45 minutes long. It is become into 10 sections.

Sat 2010 Syllabus is available at this website

The topics of the association span practical and theoretical research on SAT and its applications and allow but are not selected to:
Analysis of Algorithms
Applications to Combinatorics
Search Algorithms and Heuristics
Combinatorial Theory of Satisfiability
Random Instances vs Structured Instances
Problem Encodings
Proof Systems and Proof Complexity
Industrial Applications
Solvers, Simplifiers and Tools
Case Studies and Empirical Results
Exact and Parameterized Algorithms

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