Exploiting the Use of DAC in MAX-CSP

@inproceedings{Larrosa1996ExploitingTU,
  title={Exploiting the Use of DAC in MAX-CSP},
  author={Javier Larrosa and Pedro Meseguer},
  booktitle={CP},
  year={1996}
}
Following the work of Wallace, who introduced the use of directed arcconsistency in MAX-CSP algorithms using DAC counts, we present a number of improvements of DAC usage for the P-EFC3 algorithm. These improvements include: (i) a better detection of dead-ends, (ii) a more effective form for value pruning, and (iii) a different heuristic criterion for value ordering. Considering the new DAC usage, we have analyzed some static variable ordering heuristics previously suggested, and we propose new… CONTINUE READING
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