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ByCSP: Definition, Creation, and Algorithms. Mr. Tianbing Lin t.lin@ieee.org Dr. Goodwin Scott University of Windsor. Outline. Introduction of Constraint Satisfaction Problem Algorithms: Backtracking, Forward Checking, Back Jump, Dynamic Backtracking Evaluation: Random CSP, N-Queen

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ByCS460 Fall 2013 Lecture 4. Constraint Satisfaction Problems. CSP formulation. Simplicity of domain Number of variables Simplicity of constraints. Constraint graph. Unary constraints Binary constraints N- ary constraints. CSP Examples . N queens Map coloring Cryptarithmetic Sudoku

ByConstraint Satisfaction Problems. CHAPTER 6 Oliver Schulte Summer2011. Midterm Announcements. Please bring ID to the exam. You can bring a cheat sheet. Chapters 1-6 covered, see Lecture Schedule. CSP definition is covered, also arc consistency.

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ByA Partial Taxonomy of Substitutability & Interchangeability. Steven D. Prestwich Eugene C. Freuder. Shant Karakashian Robert J. Woodward Berthe Y. Choueiry. Acknowledgments : This work was supported in part by Science Foundation Ireland under Grant 00/PI.1/C075. Outline. Introduction

ByHeavy-Tailed Phenomena in Satisfiability and Constraint Satisfaction Problems by Carla P. Gomes, Bart Selman, Nuno Crato and henry Kautz. Presented by Yunho Kim Provable Software Lab, KAIST. Introduction Search procedures and problem domains Cost distributions of backtrack search

ByBasic Consistency Methods. Foundations of Constraint Processing CSCE421/821, Spring 2011 www.cse.unl.edu/~ cse421 All questions: cse421@cse.unl.edu Berthe Y. Choueiry (Shu-we-ri) Avery Hall, Room 360 choueiry@cse.unl.edu Tel: +1(402)472-5444. Lecture Sources. Required reading

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