Embarrassingly Parallel Search

@inproceedings{Rgin2013EmbarrassinglyPS,
  title={Embarrassingly Parallel Search},
  author={Jean-Charles R{\'e}gin and Mohamed Rezgui and Arnaud Malapert},
  booktitle={CP},
  year={2013}
}
We propose the Embarrassingly Parallel Search, a simple and efficient method for solving constraint programming problems in parallel. We split the initial problem into a huge number of independent subproblems and solve them with available workers, for instance cores of machines. The decomposition into subproblems is computed by selecting a subset of variables and by enumerating the combinations of values of these variables that are not detected inconsistent by the propagation mechanism of a CP… CONTINUE READING
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