Constraint Solving And Planning With Picat

Constraint Solving and Planning with Picat  

Posted by insetes at Dec. 5, 2015
Constraint Solving and Planning with Picat

Constraint Solving and Planning with Picat By Neng-Fa Zhou, Hakan Kjellerstrand, Jonathan Fruhman
2015 | 160 Pages | ISBN: 3319258818 | PDF | 3 MB
Think Fast!: Accurate Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Planning in Minutes a Day (repost)

Think Fast!: Accurate Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Planning in Minutes a Day by Guy A. Hale
English | 2011 | ISBN-10: 1118004639 | EPUB, MOBI | 192 pages | 0,2 + 0,4 MB

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Semirings for Soft Constraint Solving and Programming (Repost)

Semirings for Soft Constraint Solving and Programming By Stefano Bistarelli
2004 | 279 Pages | ISBN: 3540211810 | PDF | 2 MB
Semirings for Soft Constraint Solving and Programming

Semirings for Soft Constraint Solving and Programming By Stefano Bistarelli
Publisher: Sp..rin..ge.r 2004 | 279 Pages | ISBN: 3540211810 | PDF | 2 MB
Think Fast!: Accurate Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Planning in Minutes a Day

Think Fast!: Accurate Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Planning in Minutes a Day by Guy A. Hale
Wiley; 1 edition | 2011 | ISBN: 1118004639 | English | 192 pages | EPUB + MOBI | 0.20 MB + 0.35 MB
Constraint Solving over Multi-Valued Logics: Application to Digital Circuits (Repost)

Francisco Azevedo, "Constraint Solving over Multi-Valued Logics: Application to Digital Circuits"
English | 2003 | ISBN: 1586033042 | DJVU | pages: 210 | 3,7 mb
Constraint-Based Grammar Formalisms: Parsing and Type Inference for Natural and Computer Languages

Constraint-Based Grammar Formalisms: Parsing and Type Inference for Natural and Computer Languages by Stuart M. Shieber
English | October 27, 1992 | ISBN: 0262193248 | 195 pages | PDF | 10 MB

Constraint-based theories of grammar and grammar formalisms are becoming an increasingly widespread area of research in computational linguistics. Constraint-Based Grammar Formalisms provides the first rigorous mathematical and computational basis for this important area. It introduces new applications to both natural and computer languages and brings together Stuart Shieber's many contributions that have been at the core of developments ranging from the discovery of improved explanations of linguistic phenomena such as binding and coordination to the detailed mathematical analysis of constraint-solving and parsing in a variety of grammar formalisms.
Automated Scheduling and Planning: From Theory to Practice (repost)

Automated Scheduling and Planning: From Theory to Practice (Studies in Computational Intelligence) by A. Sima Uyar, Ender Ozcan and Neil Urquhart
English | ISBN: 3642393039 | 2013 | 300 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Solving scheduling problems has long presented a challenge for computer scientists and operations researchers. The field continues to expand as researchers and practitioners examine ever more challenging problems and develop automated methods capable of solving them.
Automated Scheduling and Planning: From Theory to Practice (repost)

Automated Scheduling and Planning: From Theory to Practice (Studies in Computational Intelligence) by A. Sima Uyar, Ender Ozcan and Neil Urquhart
English | ISBN: 3642393039 | 2013 | 300 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Solving scheduling problems has long presented a challenge for computer scientists and operations researchers. The field continues to expand as researchers and practitioners examine ever more challenging problems and develop automated methods capable of solving them.
Constraint Solving over Multi-valued Logics: Application to Digital Circuits

Constraint Solving over Multi-valued Logics: Application to Digital Circuits
Publisher: IOS Press | English | DJVU | 2003 | 210 pages | ISBN: 1586033042 | 3.8 MB

Systems are subject to faults in their components, affecting their overall behaviour. In a "black-box" system, such faults only become apparent in the output when appropriate inputs are given, which poses a number of satisfaction and optimization problems regarding both testing and diagnosing. This work addresses such problems developing models with multi-valued logics that it formalizes and generalizes to multiple faults. Such logics extend Boolean logic by encoding dependencies on faults, thus allowing the modelling of an arbitrary number of diagnostic theories.