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It is known that any boolean function may be represented, in some sense, as a system of linear inequalities. But my rather intensive literature search brought a little references. I will appreciate an …
asked May 5 '21 by Vladimir VV
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I recommend you to try very powerful utility LRS, http://cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~avis/C/lrs.html. It is an open source application (a set of applications) to handle polyhedrals. B.t.w. one of LRS applicatio …
answered May 4 '21 by Vladimir VV
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You can try to use solver implementing Simplex-method on the base of GMP, https://gmplib.org/, (GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library). E.g. it might be SoPLex, https://soplex.zib.de, see additio …
answered Jun 6 '21 by Vladimir VV