# HESS SAT COMPLETE

### Copyright (c) 2012-2022 Oscar Riveros (@maxtuno, Chile)

The original HESS (Hyper Exponential Space Sorting) is a polynomial black-box optimization algorithm, that work very well with any NP-Complete, or NP-Hard problem, at 2021 thanks to suggestions of Daniel Mattes, work like a complete algorithm.

the follow questions remains open:

- Is original HESS, with a MaxSAT Oracle, candidate to proof that P=NP, because almost in practice, alwais break the theoretical inaproximability ratio. (this separates the P=NP from P!=NP)
- Exist other oracle, like TSP, where the theoretical inapproximability ratio is broken?
- Is possible extend HESS with heuristics, like DPLL algorithm or CDCL?
- In definitive, is possible that HESS help to solve the P vs NP question?
- Proof or disproof that HESS SAT is Complete for SAT.
- Complexity?

Thanks to all my supporters across the ages, with special mention of all people of http://www.foresta.io, ofcourse Daniel Mattes, and my loved wife.

This software is released with MIT licence:

```
usage: hess-sat cnf-instance
```

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