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A Python library for prototyping with SAT oracles

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A Python library providing a simple interface to a number of state-of-art Boolean satisfiability (SAT) solvers and a few types of cardinality and pseudo-Boolean encodings. The purpose of PySAT is to enable researchers working on SAT and its applications and generalizations to easily prototype with SAT oracles in Python while exploiting incrementally the power of the original low-level implementations of modern SAT solvers.

With PySAT it should be easy for you to implement a MaxSAT solver, an MUS/MCS extractor/enumerator, or any tool solving an application problem with the (potentially multiple) use of a SAT oracle.

Details can be found at https://pysathq.github.io.

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