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|Title: ||The resolution complexity of random constraint satisfaction problems|
|Authors: ||Molloy, M.|
|Issue Date: ||2003|
|Citation: ||Molloy, M., & Salavatipour, M. (2003). The Resolution Complexity of Random Constraint Satisfaction Problems. , Proceedings. 44th Annual IEEE Symposium on the Foundations of Computer Science:330- 339|
|Abstract: ||We consider random instances of constraint satisfaction problems where each variable has domain size d, and each constraint contains t restrictions on k variables. For each (d, k, t) we determine whether the resolution complexity is a.s. constant, polynomial or exponential in the number of variables. For a particular range of (d, k, t), we determine a sharp threshold for resolution complexity where the resolution complexity drops from a.s. exponential to a.s. polynomial when the clause density passes a specific value.|
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