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QBFEVAL'19 - Competitive Evaluation of QBF Solvers
A joint event with the 22nd Int. Conference on Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing (SAT)
Lisbon, Portugal, July 7 - 12 2019

QBFEVAL'19 is the 2019 competitive evaluation of QBF solvers, and the fourteenth evaluation of QBF solvers and instances ever. QBFEVAL'19 awards solvers that stand out as being particularly effective on specific categories of QBF instances.

We warmly encourage developers of QBF solvers to submit their work, even at early stages of development, as long as it fulfills some very simple requirements. We also welcome the submission of QBF formulas to be used for the evaluation. Researchers thinking about using QBF-based techniques in their area (e.g., formal verification, planning, knowledge representation & reasoning) are invited to contribute to the evaluation by submitting QBF instances of their research problems (see the requirements for instances). The results of the evaluation will be a good indicator of the current feasibility of QBF-based approaches and a stimulus for people working on QBF solvers to further enhance their tools.

For questions, comments and any other issue regarding QBFEVAL'19, please get in touch with the organizers via qbfe...@qbflib.org. Details about solvers and benchmarks submission, tracks, and related rules, are available at http://www.qbflib.org/qbfeval19.php

*Important Dates*
Registration open: March 31, 2019
Registration close: April 21, 2019
Solvers and Benchmarks due: April 30, 2019
First stage results: May 15, 2019
Second stage solvers due: May 30, 2019
Competition Benchmarks available for download: July 1, 2019
Final results: presented at SAT'19

Luca Pulina, University of Sassari
Martina Seidl, Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz
Ankit Shukla, Johannes Kepler Universitat Linz


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