Is there a generalization of maximal satisfaction (MAX-SAT) based on infinitely many variables?

asked 02 Nov '14, 01:38

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@Chilvary you might get more/better answers to your questions if you accept answers to your previous questions - you have a 0% acceptance rate.

(02 Nov '14, 16:15) Iain Dunning

I think the 0 acceptance rate is because others do not accept my answer though.....

(02 Nov '14, 16:18) Chivalry

Crossposted here, here, and here.

(03 Nov '14, 00:03) Austin Buchanan

@Chivalry, most of these Q&A sites frown upon posting the same question at multiple sites. You seem to have done this dozens of times.

(03 Nov '14, 00:20) Austin Buchanan
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