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Towards the new modelling language Zinc

@inproceedings{Rafeh2005TowardsTN,
  title={Towards the new modelling language Zinc},
  author={R. Rafeh and Kimbal George Marriott and M. Wallace and M. Banda},
  year={2005}
}
  • R. Rafeh, Kimbal George Marriott, +1 author M. Banda
  • Published 2005
  • Computer Science
  • Combinatorial optimization problems are usually tackled in two steps: modelling and solving. Three main approaches are used for solving: Mathematical Methods (MM), Constraint Programming (CP) and Local Search (LS). For modelling the main tools are constraint programming languages, constraint programming libraries and (mathematical) modelling languages. Modellinglanguagesprovidethebestapproachtomodellingfornon-programmers since they do not require sophisticated programming skills. However… CONTINUE READING
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