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The Next Whisky Bar

Abstract : We determine the complexity of an optimization problem related to information theory. Taking a conjunctive propositional formula over some finite set of Boolean relations as input, we seek a satisfying assignment of the formula having minimal Hamming distance to a given assignment that is not required to be a model (NearestSolution, NSol). We obtain a complete classification with respect to the relations admitted in the formula. For two classes of constraint languages we present polynomial time algorithms; otherwise, we prove hardness or completeness concerning the classes APX, poly-APX, NPO, or equivalence to well-known hard optimization problems.
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Mike Behrisch, Miki Hermann, Stefan Mengel, Gernot Salzer. The Next Whisky Bar. 11th International Computer Science Symposium in Russia (CSR'16), 2016, St. Petersburg, Russia. pp.41--56. ⟨hal-03301002⟩

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