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Arc Consistency during Search

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Arc Consistency during Search
Enforcing arc consistency (AC) during search has proven to be a very effective method in solving Constraint Satisfaction Problems and it has been widely-used in many Constraint Programming systems. Although much effort has been made to design efficient standalone AC algorithms, there is no systematic study on how to efficiently enforce AC during search, as far as we know. The significance of the latter is clear given the fact that AC will be enforced millions of times in solving hard problems. In this paper, we propose a framework for enforcing AC during search (ACS) and complexity measurements of ACS algorithms. Based on this framework, several ACS algorithms are designed to take advantage of the residual data left in the data structures by the previous invocation(s) of ACS. The algorithms vary in the worst-case time and space complexity and other complexity measurements. Empirical study shows that some of the new ACS algorithms perform better than the conventional implementation o...
Chavalit Likitvivatanavong, Yuanlin Zhang, Scott S
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where IJCAI
Authors Chavalit Likitvivatanavong, Yuanlin Zhang, Scott Shannon, James Bowen, Eugene C. Freuder
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