Krajicek, Jan - A feasible interpolation for random resolution

lmcs:3120 - Logical Methods in Computer Science, February 3, 2017, Volume 13, Issue 1
A feasible interpolation for random resolution

Authors: Krajicek, Jan

Random resolution, defined by Buss, Kolodziejczyk and Thapen (JSL, 2014), is a sound propositional proof system that extends the resolution proof system by the possibility to augment any set of initial clauses by a set of randomly chosen clauses (modulo a technical condition). We show how to apply the general feasible interpolation theorem for semantic derivations of Krajicek (JSL, 1997) to random resolution. As a consequence we get a lower bound for random resolution refutations of the clique-coloring formulas.

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DOI : 10.23638/LMCS-13(1:5)2017
Volume: Volume 13, Issue 1
Published on: February 3, 2017
Submitted on: February 3, 2017
Keywords: Mathematics - Logic,Computer Science - Computational Complexity,03F20 (Primary), 68Q15 (Secondary),F.2.2


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