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A Quick and Gentle Guide to Constraint Logic Programming via ECLiPSe

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A Quick and Gentle Guide to Constraint Logic Programming via ECLiPSe
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ISBN-13: 9788362652082
Number of pages: 454

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The book is an introductory and down-to-earth presentation of Constraint Logic Programming (CLP), an exciting software paradigm, more and more popular for solving combinatorial as well as continuous constraint satisfaction problems and constraint optimization problems.

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