Recent Advances in Constraints : 13th Annual ERCIM International Workshop on Constraint Solving and Constraint Logic Programming, CSCLP 2008, Rome, Ita
Overview - Constraint programming (CP) is a powerful programming paradigm for the declarativedescription and the e?ective solving of largecombinatorialproblems. Basedonastrongtheoreticalfoundation, itisincreasinglyattractingcommercial interest. Read more...
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More About Recent Advances in Constraints by Angelo Oddi; Francois Fages; Francesca Rossi
Constraint programming (CP) is a powerful programming paradigm for the declarativedescription and the e?ective solving of largecombinatorialproblems. Basedonastrongtheoreticalfoundation, itisincreasinglyattractingcommercial interest. Since the 1990s, CP has been deployed by many industry leaders, in particular to model heterogeneous optimization and satisfaction problems. - amples of application domains where such problems naturally arise, and where constraint programming has made a valuable contribution, are scheduling, p- duction planning, communication networks, routing, planning of satellite m- sions, robotics, and bioinformatics. This volumecontainsthe papers selectedfor the post-proceedingsof the13th International Workshop on Constraint Solving and Constraint Logic Progr- ming(CSCLP2008)heldduringJune18 20,2008inRome, Italy.Thisworkshop was organized as the 13th meeting of the working group on Constraints of the EuropeanResearchConsortiumforInformaticsandMathematics(ERCIM), c- tinuing a series of workshops organized since the creation of the working group in 1997. A selection of papers of these annual workshops plus some additional contributions have been published since 2002 in a series of volumes which ill- trate the evolutioninthe ?eld, under the title RecentAdvances in Constraints in the Lecture Notes in Arti?cial Intelligence series."
- ISBN-13: 9783642032509
- ISBN-10: 3642032508
- Publisher: Springer
- Publish Date: July 2009
- Page Count: 146
Series: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence #1600