Constraint (Logic) Programming: A Survey on Research and Applications

Abstract

Constraint logic programming (CLP) is a multidisciplinary research area which can be located between Artificial Intelligence, Operation Research, and Programming Languages, and has to do with modeling, solving, and programming real-life problems which can be described as a set of statements (the constraints) which describe some relationship between the problem’s variables. This survey paper gives a brief introduction to C(L)P, presents a (necessarily partial) state of the art in CLP research and applications, points out some promising directions for future applications, and discusses how to cope with current research challenges.

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-44654-0_3

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@inproceedings{Rossi1999ConstraintP, title={Constraint (Logic) Programming: A Survey on Research and Applications}, author={Francesca Rossi}, booktitle={New Trends in Constraints}, year={1999} }