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It means that the number of enumerations needed to get those solutions may be exorbitant. g. consider a particular case of 30 variables, each one of them assuming 100 diﬀerent values3 . The total number of 30-variable sets (constituting what is usually called the state space) amounts to 10030 = 1060 . Because humans are notoriously bad at understanding how large is a large number 4 , it is worthwhile to convert such numbers into time. Suppose that the evaluation of a particular set of constraints for any of the 30 variable sets will take a microsecond.
What’s more, CLP modeling and solving of operation research problems usually do not need the prior transformation of those problems into some canonical form, and provide a large number of global constraints that simplify both problem formulation and solution. g. [Hansen-03] and [Milano-04]. A trend to integrate traditional OR techniques with CLP is also clearly visible, see [Hooker-00] and [Hooker-07]. 6 9 Constraint logic programming and knowledge engineering What do we mean by knowledge while speaking about knowledge engineering?
PDF ﬁles) into lexicographic (curly) quotes that are not recognized by ECLi P S e . So a scan of a PDF-ﬁle program with such quotes cannot be activated. 4 No decimal commas are allowed. g. likes(Somebody, Something), where likes is the predicate name (always starting with a lower case letter), while Somebody, Something is an ordered sequence of the predicate arguments. The number of arguments is referred to as arity of predicate, to be used in references like name/arity (likes/2 in our example).
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