[m-dev.] Solvers, negation, existential quantification, and so forth

Mark Brown mark at cs.mu.OZ.AU
Mon Jun 5 16:59:48 AEST 2006

On 05-Jun-2006, Ralph Becket <rafe at cs.mu.OZ.AU> wrote:
> Mark Brown, Monday,  5 June 2006:
> > On 05-Jun-2006, Ralph Becket <rafe at cs.mu.OZ.AU> wrote:
> > > 
> > > I have real difficulty believing this: my intuition is that the cases
> > > where you can be accurate will be rare.
> > 
> > I notice you cleverly snipped the last sentence off my paragraph.  ;-)
> Oh, all right then!
> > Anyone have any good examples that demonstrate otherwise?
> I have large problem cases: any programs using SAT solvers and most
> programs using LP :-)

That's like saying "I have a straight flush" but not showing anyone.

Would these be cases where projection is basically free (as it is for
ordinary Mercury variables)?


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