Specifying Latin Square Problems in Propositional Logic

@inproceedings{Zhang1997SpecifyingLS,
  title={Specifying Latin Square Problems in Propositional Logic},
  author={Hantao Zhang},
  year={1997}
}
This chapter discusses how to specify various Latin squares so that their existence can be eeciently decided by computer programs. The computer programs considered here are so-called general-purpose model generation programs (or simply model generators) that are used to solve constraint satisfaction problems in AI, to prove theorems in nite domains, or to produce counterexamples to false conjectures. For instance, any example of nite structures in Larry Wos's book 16] can be easily solved using… CONTINUE READING
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