Sep 11, 2023 By Victoria Grdina
School of Computing Professor Vinodchandran Variyam's work has been featured in the Research Highlights section of the current issue of Communications of the ACM (Sept. 2023).
Variyam's paper, “Model Counting Meets Distinct Elements,” was co-authored with Professors Pavan Aduri of Iowa State, Kuldeep Meel of the University of Toronto, and Arnab Bhattacharyya of the National University of Singapore.
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