His primary areas of study are Satisfiability modulo theories, DPLL algorithm, Programming language, Propositional calculus and Satisfiability. His work carried out in the field of Satisfiability modulo theories brings together such families of science as Fragment, Mathematical proof and Solver. The First-order logic and Lustre research Cesare Tinelli does as part of his general Programming language study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Research groups, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His Propositional calculus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Algorithm, Conjunctive normal form and Completeness. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Model checking and Satisfiability. The study incorporates disciplines such as Structural proof theory and Direct proof in addition to Theoretical computer science.
His primary scientific interests are in Satisfiability modulo theories, Theoretical computer science, Solver, Programming language and Satisfiability. His Satisfiability modulo theories study incorporates themes from Automated theorem proving, Mathematical proof, Algebraic number, Algebra and Correctness. His work in the fields of Theoretical computer science, such as Model checking, overlaps with other areas such as Finite set and Current.
The Solver study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm, Fragment, Regular expression and Automated reasoning. His work on Syntax, Quantifier, Formal verification and Logical framework is typically connected to Research groups as part of general Programming language study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study focuses on the intersection of Satisfiability and fields such as Propositional calculus with connections in the field of Conjunctive normal form, Reduction, Soundness and Range.
Cesare Tinelli spends much of his time researching Satisfiability modulo theories, Solver, Theoretical computer science, Programming language and Syntax. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Satisfiability modulo theories and Order. He has included themes like Automated reasoning, Enumeration, Formal methods, Correctness and Quantifier elimination in his Solver study.
His study on Model checking is often connected to Scalability as part of broader study in Theoretical computer science. His study in Semantic reasoner extends to Programming language with its themes. His Syntax study combines topics in areas such as Set and Calculus.
Satisfiability modulo theories, Theoretical computer science, Solver, Programming language and Satisfiability are his primary areas of study. His String research extends to the thematically linked field of Satisfiability modulo theories. As part of the same scientific family, Cesare Tinelli usually focuses on Theoretical computer science, concentrating on Algebraic number and intersecting with Program synthesis, Automated theorem proving, Evaluation function, Axiom and Mathematical proof.
The various areas that Cesare Tinelli examines in his Solver study include Syntax and Enumeration. His Programming language study is mostly concerned with Quantifier and Extension. His studies in Satisfiability integrate themes in fields like Context, Intersection, Symbolic computation and Fragment.
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Satisfiability Modulo Theories
Clark W. Barrett;Cesare Tinelli.
Handbook of Satisfiability (2018)
The SMT-LIB Standard Version 2.0
Clark Barrett;Aaron Stump;Cesare Tinelli.
Solving SAT and SAT Modulo Theories: From an abstract Davis--Putnam--Logemann--Loveland procedure to DPLL(T)
Robert Nieuwenhuis;Albert Oliveras;Cesare Tinelli.
Journal of the ACM (2006)
DPLL(T): Fast Decision Procedures
Harald Ganzinger;George Hagen;Robert Nieuwenhuis;Albert Oliveras.
computer aided verification (2004)
A New Correctness Proof of the Nelson-Oppen Combination Procedure
Cesare Tinelli;Mehdi T. Harandi.
frontiers of combining systems (1996)
Starexec: A cross-community infrastructure for logic solving
Aaron Stump;Geoff Sutcliffe;Cesare Tinelli.
international joint conference on automated reasoning (2014)
A DPLL(T) Theory Solver for a Theory of Strings and Regular Expressions
Tianyi Liang;Andrew Reynolds;Cesare Tinelli;Clark Barrett.
computer aided verification (2014)
The SMT-LIB Standard: Version 1.2
Silvio Ranise;Cesare Tinelli.
Abstract DPLL and Abstract DPLL Modulo Theories
Robert Nieuwenhuis;Albert Oliveras;Cesare Tinelli.
international conference on logic programming (2005)
Counterexample-Guided Quantifier Instantiation for Synthesis in SMT
Andrew Reynolds;Morgan Deters;Viktor Kuncak;Cesare Tinelli.
computer aided verification (2015)
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