By Francesca Rossi, Peter van Beek, Toby Walsh
Guide of Constraint ProgrammingEdited byFrancesca Rossi, college of Padova, ItalyPeter van Beek, college of Waterloo, CanadaToby Walsh, nationwide ICT Australia & collage of recent South Wales, Australia"This encyclopedic paintings covers twenty-plus years of study in constraint programming in a readable, obtainable and beautiful manner. for somebody open air the sphere considering what Constraint Programming is all approximately, this is often the right creation, and the publication will stay priceless as a reference for years.- Michael Trick, Professor of Operations study, Tepper tuition of industrial, Carnegie Mellon University"This ebook is a powerful and complete assurance of Constraint Programming. The authors, lots of whom are key participants to the topics defined, have performed a superb activity to make the $64000 and engaging fabric obtainable. A must-read for novices, and essential for the converts.- Joxan Jaffar, Professor and Dean, college of Computing, nationwide collage of Singapore"This instruction manual captures the breadth and class of the sphere of constraint programming (CP), a speedily transforming into quarter of analysis with major educational and advertisement impression. The editors and participants supply a very good evaluation of the middle and leading edge strategies within the box. This guide could be necessary to all CP researchers and practitioners. it's going to even be a very good advisor for researchers from comparable fields, akin to optimization and operations research.- Bart Selman, Professor of machine technology, Cornell UniversityConstraint programming is a robust paradigm for fixing combinatorial andnumerical difficulties that attracts on quite a lot of recommendations from man made intelligence, machine technological know-how, databases, programming languages, and operations study. Constraint programming is at present utilized with good fortune to many domain names, reminiscent of scheduling, making plans, motor vehicle routing, configuration, networks, and bioinformatics.The target of this instruction manual is to seize the entire breadth and intensity of the sphere of constraint programming and to be encyclopedic in its scope and insurance. each one bankruptcy of the guide is a self-contained survey of an issue, and is written via a number of authors who're major researchers within the area.The meant viewers of the guide is researchers, graduate scholars, upper-year undergraduates, and practitioners who desire to know about the state of the art in constraint programming. No earlier wisdom concerning the box is critical which will learn the chapters and assemble priceless wisdom. Researchers from different fields will locate the instruction manual a good way to profit approximately constraint programming and for you to use constraint programming suggestions and methods of their personal paintings.
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