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- initialism Digital Phase Locked Loop. (electronics)
- initialism Digital
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In essence, DPLL search procedures proceed by considering ways in which assignments can be chosen to make the original formula true.
MACE is a popular program based on the DPLL algorithm that searches for finite models of first-order formulas with equality.
The Davis-Putnam-Logemann-Loveland (DPLL) algorithm was one of the first SAT search algorithms (Davis and Putnam 1960; Davis, Logemman and Loveland 1962) and is still considered one of the best complete SAT solvers; many of the complete SAT procedures in existence today can be considered optimizations and generalizations of DPLL.
DPLL algorithms are made more efficient by strategies such as term indexing (ordering of the formula variables in an advantageous way), chronological backtracking (undoing work to a previous branching point if the process leads to a conflicting clause), and conflict-driven learning (determining the information to keep and where to backtrack).
The DPLL search procedure has been extended to quantified logic.
The new on-chip DPLL (digital PLL) delivers ultralow video - and audio-clock jitter, improving receiver performance and easing printed circuit board (PCB) layout and signal integrity management when interfacing high-speed video buses to downstream devices.