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Using Auxiliary Variables and Implied Constraints to Model Non-Binary Problems

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Using Auxiliary Variables and Implied Constraints to Model Non-Binary Problems
We perform an extensive theoretical and empirical analysis of the use of auxiliary variables and implied constraints in modelling a class of non-binary constraint satisfaction problems called problems of distance. This class of problems include 1-d, 2-d and circular Golomb rulers. We identify a large number of different models, both binary and non-binary, and compare theoretically the level of consistency achieved by generalized arc consistency on them. Our experiments show that
Barbara M. Smith, Kostas Stergiou, Toby Walsh
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Year 2000
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Authors Barbara M. Smith, Kostas Stergiou, Toby Walsh
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