The Category of Constraint Systems is Cartesian-Closed

@inproceedings{Saraswat1992TheCO,
  title={The Category of Constraint Systems is Cartesian-Closed},
  author={Vijay A. Saraswat},
  booktitle={LICS},
  year={1992}
}
The development of constraint programming has brought to the forefront the notion of constraint systems as certain first-order systems of partial information [JL87,Sar89,SRP91]. We give a general definition of constraint systems utilizing Gentzen-style sequents. Constraint systems can be regarded as enriching the propositional Scott information systems with manimal first-order structure: the notion of variables, existential quantification and substitution. We take as morphisms approximable maps… CONTINUE READING

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