Representations in constraint programming

@inproceedings{Jefferson2007RepresentationsIC,
  title={Representations in constraint programming},
  author={Christopher Jefferson},
  year={2007}
}
Constraint programming is a powerful and general purpose tool which is used to solve both combinatorial and real-world problems. The process of mapping a real-world problem into a constraint program, called modelling, involves a number of choices and hence it is currently more of an art than a science. One important choice in modelling is what variables will be used to represent the states of the problem. This choice is often optimised to try to take advantage of the global constraints in the… CONTINUE READING

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