Solving Scheduling Problems as the Puzzle Games Using Constraint Programming

Constraint Programming (CP) is one of the most effective techniques for solving practical operational problems. The outstanding feature of the method is a set of constraints affecting a solution of a problem can be imposed without a need to explicitly defining a linear relation among variables, i.e. an equation. Nevertheless, the challenge of paramount importance in using this technique is how to present the operational problem in a solvable Constraint Satisfaction Problem (CSP) model. The problem modeling is problem independent and could be an exhaustive task at the beginning stage of problem solving, particularly when the problem is a real-world practical problem.

Provided by: Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center Topic: Software Date Added: Oct 2014 Format: PDF

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