A bit array is an array data structure that stores bits compactly. It can be used to implement a set data structure and exploit bit-level parallelism in hardware for quick operations. It typically stores kw bits, where w is the number of bits in the unit of storage and k is some nonnegative integer, but may have some space wasted due to internal fragmentation.

Stanford University

Fall 2019

This course emphasizes SAT and SMT technology and its applications, offering an understanding of theoretical foundations and how to implement a small theory solver. Applications of SAT/SMT technology in the context of verification are also covered. The advanced topics and lack of specified prerequisites suggest this is a high-level course.

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