## TSTP Solution File: SYN259-1 by CARINE---0.734

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```%------------------------------------------------------------------------------
% File     : CARINE---0.734
% Problem  : SYN259-1 : TPTP v5.0.0. Released v1.1.0.
% Format   : carine
% Command  : carine %s t=%d xo=off uct=32000

% Computer : art05.cs.miami.edu
% Model    : i686 i686
% CPU      : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz @ 2793MHz
% Memory   : 2018MB
% OS       : Linux 2.6.26.8-57.fc8
% CPULimit : 300s
% DateTime : Sun Nov 28 08:46:51 EST 2010

% Result   : Unsatisfiable 0.25s
% Output   : Refutation 0.25s
% Verified :
% SZS Type : None (Parsing solution fails)
% Syntax   : Number of formulae    : 0

%------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%----ERROR: Could not form TPTP format derivation
%------------------------------------------------------------------------------
%----ORIGINAL SYSTEM OUTPUT
% Command entered:
% /home/graph/tptp/Systems/CARINE---0.734/carine /tmp/SystemOnTPTP30048/SYN/SYN259-1+noeq.car t=300 xo=off uct=32000
% CARINE version 0.734 (Dec 2003)
% Initializing tables ... done.
% Parsing ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. done.
% Calculating time slices ... done.
% Building Lookup Tables ... done.
% Looking for a proof at depth = 1 ...
% +================================================+
% |                                                |
% | Congratulations!!! ........ A proof was found. |
% |                                                |
% +================================================+
% Base Clauses and Unit Clauses used in proof:
% ============================================
% Base Clauses:
% -------------
% B0: ~p1_3(x0,d_0(),x0)
% B55: ~n0_2(x1,x0) | p1_3(x0,x0,x0)
% Unit Clauses:
% --------------
% U20: < d0 v0 dv0 f0 c2 t2 td1 b > n0_2(c_0(),d_0())
% U39: < d1 v1 dv1 f0 c1 t2 td1 > ~n0_2(x0,d_0())
% --------------- Start of Proof ---------------
% Derivation of unit clause U20:
% n0_2(c_0(),d_0()) ....... U20
% Derivation of unit clause U39:
% ~p1_3(x0,d_0(),x0) ....... B0
% ~n0_2(x1,x0) | p1_3(x0,x0,x0) ....... B55
%  ~n0_2(x0, d_0()) ....... R1 [B0:L0, B55:L1]
% Derivation of the empty clause:
% ~n0_2(x0,d_0()) ....... U39
% n0_2(c_0(),d_0()) ....... U20
%  [] ....... R1 [U39:L0, U20:L0]
% --------------- End of Proof ---------------
% PROOF FOUND!
% ---------------------------------------------
% |                Statistics                 |
% ---------------------------------------------
% Profile 3: Performance Statistics:
% ==================================
% Total number of generated clauses: 1
% 	resolvents: 1	factors: 0
% Number of unit clauses generated: 1
% % unit clauses generated to total clauses generated: 100.00
% Number of unit clauses constructed and retained at depth [x]:
% =============================================================
% [0] = 39	[1] = 1
% Total = 40
% Number of generated clauses having [x] literals:
% ------------------------------------------------
% [1] = 1
% Average size of a generated clause: 1.0
% Number of unit clauses per predicate list:
% ==========================================
% [0] k0_1		(+)2	(-)0
% [1] k1_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [2] k4_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [3] k5_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [4] l0_1		(+)2	(-)0
% [5] l4_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [6] l5_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [7] m2_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [8] n2_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [9] n3_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [10] r0_1		(+)2	(-)0
% [11] r1_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [12] r2_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [13] r4_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [14] s0_1		(+)2	(-)0
% [15] s1_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [16] s2_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [17] s4_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [18] s5_1		(+)0	(-)0
% [19] k2_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [20] l1_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [21] l2_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [22] l3_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [23] m4_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [24] m5_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [25] n0_2		(+)8	(-)1
% [26] n4_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [27] n5_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [28] p0_2		(+)4	(-)0
% [29] q0_2		(+)8	(-)0
% [30] q3_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [31] q4_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [32] q5_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [33] r5_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [34] s3_2		(+)0	(-)0
% [35] k3_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [36] m0_3		(+)10	(-)0
% [37] m1_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [38] m3_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [39] n1_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [40] p1_3		(+)0	(-)1
% [41] p2_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [42] p3_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [43] p4_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [44] p5_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [45] q1_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [46] q2_3		(+)0	(-)0
% [47] r3_3		(+)0	(-)0
% 			------------------
% 		Total:	(+)38	(-)2
% Total number of unit clauses retained: 40
% Number of clauses skipped because of their length: 0
% N base clauses skippped in resolve-with-all-base-clauses
% 	because of the shortest resolvents table: 0
% Number of successful unifications: 2
% Number of unification failures: 0
% Number of unit to unit unification failures: 7
% N literal unification failure due to lookup root_id table: 1
% N base clause resolution failure due to lookup table: 16
% N UC-BCL resolution dropped due to lookup table: 0
% Max entries in substitution set: 0
% N unit clauses dropped because they exceeded max values: 0
% N unit clauses dropped because too much nesting: 0
% N unit clauses not constrcuted because table was full: 0
% N unit clauses dropped because UCFA table was full: 0
% Max number of terms in a unit clause: 3
% Max term depth in a unit clause: 1
% Number of states in UCFA table: 43
% Total number of terms of all unit clauses in table: 83
% Max allowed number of states in UCFA: 80000
% Ratio n states used/total allowed states: 0.00
% Ratio n states used/total unit clauses terms: 0.52
% Number of symbols (columns) in UCFA: 87
% Profile 2: Number of calls to:
% ==============================
% PTUnify() = 2
% ConstructUnitClause() = 1
% Profile 1: Time spent in:
% =========================
% ConstructUnitClause() : 0.00 secs
% --------------------------------------------------------
% |                                                      |
%   Inferences per sec: inf
% |                                                      |
% --------------------------------------------------------
% Elapsed time: 1 secs
% CPU time: 0.25 secs
%
%------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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