Tag: AIG

  • 216

    216. I am quite proud of this number. It’s the number of instances CryptoMiniSat2 can solve from the 292 problem instances of the SAT Race’09, given roughly the same amount of time and computing resources as the solvers of 2009. Last year’s winner could solve only 204. Total solving time of CryptoMiniSat for the 216 […]

  • Could monomials be handled natively from SAT solvers?

    I recently got a question that intrigued me: I am new to this SAT solving world but I was wondering whether you thought considerable speedups were possible for crypto type problems (multivariate polys over GF(2)) by simply never converting the problem to cnf at all and thereby avoiding the combinatorial explosion that results in the […]