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Constraint Programming in Sweden

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Many important problems must be solved by intelligent search for example, problems in scheduling, rostering, configuration, facility location, biology, finance, circuit layout, and hard/software specification checking. Constraint programming (CP) is rapidly becoming the method of choice in some areas, such as scheduling and configuration. A major difficulty lies in accelerating such (optimal) choices. This ranges from problem modeling to actual problem solving.

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )