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### Complexity of finding three perfect matchings with no edge in common in a bridgeless cubic graph

According to a conjecture:
Conjecture (Fan & Raspaud, 1994) Every bridgeless cubic graph contains three perfect matchings with no edge in common.
Equivalent statement here
Main question:
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### How hard is Heyting satisfiability, i.e. the constructive version of SAT? In particular, is 2-HSAT NL-complete or is it harder?

First of all, is it clear what I mean by $k$-HSAT?
I'm assuming that for $k>2$, $k$-HSAT is NP-complete, but the details of the reductions between $k$-HSAT and $k$-SAT aren't obvious to me.
I'm ...

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### Generating 3SAT circuit for Integer factorization example

I read somewhere that 3SAT can be used to solve Integer Factorization.
If that is true, could someone teach me a simple example of generating the 3SAT by using a small number? Let's say you are given ...

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### SAT and Arithmetic Geometry

This is an agglomeration of several questions, linked by a single observation: SAT is equivalent to determining the existence of roots for a system of polynomial equations over $\mathbb{F}_2$ (note ...

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### Counterexamples for this algorithm for recognizing lexicographic product of graphs?

Found a possible reduction from recognizing lexicographic product of graphs to 2SAT
(since 2SAT is polynomial, the algorithm is polynomial).
Can't prove completeness of the algorithm and since it is ...

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### Deciding / Approximating Parity of Small Depth Decision Trees

Let C be a circuit such that:
C: $\{0,1\}^n$ to $\{0,1\}$
the top most gate is a parity gate
all the inputs to the parity gate are small depth decision trees
there is a total of $2^{ log^k n}$ ...