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Glucose 1.0 with tracking of which learnt clause had what effect
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You must build this package with cmake: $ cmake . $ make You can use this program like glucose: $ ./glucose.sh problemname.cnf If you want to use the 'glucose_track' in standalone mode, please don't forget to add the '-track' option. Without it, the program will not measure usefulness. The output contains stuff that is printed to the STDERR, which is for your own amusement (especially the % ready part), but the tracking info is printed to STDOUT, which you can easily capture like this: $ ./glucose_track -track mycnf.cnf > myinserts You then need to import 'myinserts' like this: $ mysql -u myname -p mypass -D glucosetrack < myinserts and then you can play around with the results as you wish. Please note that you may need to clear the database before you import the new dataset. To do that, issue the SQL command: DELETE FROM data