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FLAIRS
2008
12 years 8 months ago
Reformulating Constraint Models for Classical Planning
Constraint satisfaction techniques are commonly used for solving scheduling problems, still they are rare in AI planning. Although there are several attempts to apply constraint s...
Roman Barták, Daniel Toropila
AAAI
2007
12 years 8 months ago
Filtering, Decomposition and Search Space Reduction for Optimal Sequential Planning
We present in this paper a hybrid planning system which combines constraint satisfaction techniques and planning heuristics to produce optimal sequential plans. It integrates its ...
Stéphane Grandcolas, C. Pain-Barre
KBSE
1997
IEEE
12 years 9 months ago
Exploiting Domain-Specific Knowledge to Refine Simulation Specifications
This paper discusses our approach to the problem of refining high-level simulation specifications. Our domain is simulated combat training for tank platoon members. Our input is a...
David Pautler, Steven Woods, Alex Quilici
AICCSA
2001
IEEE
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Constraint-Based Timetabling-A Case Study
This paper2 details the stages of building a substantial, carefully specified, fully tested and fully operational university and school timetabling system. This is reported as a c...
Abdulwahed M. Abbas, Edward P. K. Tsang
SAC
1994
ACM
12 years 10 months ago
Extending a parallel CLP language to support the development of multi-agent systems
An extension of Me parallel constraint logic programming language ElipSys is presented. This extension is directed towards the development of multi-agent systems which have to dea...
Panagiotis Stamatopoulos, Dimitris Margaritis, Con...
CSCLP
2005
Springer
12 years 11 months ago
On Generators of Random Quasigroup Problems
Problems that can be sampled randomly are a good source of test suites for comparing quality of constraint satisfaction techniques. Quasigroup problems are representatives of struc...
Roman Barták
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