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The Art of Computer Programming: Satisfiability, Volume 4, Fascicle 6 by Donald E. Knuth

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369. Let Ci = (l ∨αi) and Image. Each omitted clause Image, where 1 < i ≤ p and r < j ≤ q, is redundant, because it is a consequence of the non-omitted clauses Image, (l1 ∨ . . . ∨ lr ∨ βj) via hyperresolution. [This technique is called “substitution,” because we essentially replace |l| by its definition.]

370. Image. (See the discussion following 7.1.1–(27). In general, ...

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