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Beyersdorff, O; Blinkhorn, J (2016)
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Languages: English
Types: Other
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arxiv: Computer Science::Logic in Computer Science
We study the parametrisation of QBF resolution calculi by dependency schemes. One of the main problems in this area is to understand for which dependency schemes the resulting calculi are sound. Towards this end we propose a semantic framework for variable independence based on ‘exhibition’ by QBF models, and use it to express a property of dependency schemes called full exhibition that is known to be sufficient for soundness in Q-resolution. Introducing a generalised form of the long-distance resolution rule, we propose a complete parametrisation of classical long-distance Q-resolution, and show that full exhibition remains sufficient for soundness. We demonstrate that our approach applies to the current research frontiers by proving that the reflexive resolution path dependency scheme is fully exhibited.

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