Leuven JCHR : a User-Friendly , Flexible and Efficient CHR System for Java

@inproceedings{Weert2005LeuvenJ,
  title={Leuven JCHR : a User-Friendly , Flexible and Efficient CHR System for Java},
  author={Peter Van Weert and Tom Schrijvers and Bart Demoen},
  year={2005}
}
A new integration of Constraint Handling Rules (CHR) and Java is presented: the K.U.Leuven JCHR system. It was designed with three aims in mind: user-friendliness, flexibility and efficiency. User-friendliness is achieved by providing a high-level syntax that feels familiar to both Java programmers and users of other CHR embeddings, and by full compliance to the refined operational semantics. Flexibility is the result of a well thought-out design, allowing e.g. an easy integration of built-in… CONTINUE READING
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