COCOS’02 A Workshop on Global Constrained Optimization and Constraint Satisfaction October 2–4, 2002, Sophia–Antipolis, France R. BAKER KEARFOTT Department of Mathematics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA 70504, USA, e-mail: email@example.com The ﬁrst international workshop on Global Constrained Optimization and Con- straint Satisfaction (COCOS’02) was held in Sophia Antipolis, a center of France’s high-technology industry, on October 2–4, 2002. An excerpt from the “Workshop Objectives” page, found at the web page , is: “This workshop focuses on complete solving techniques for continuous con- straint satisfaction and optimization problems that provide all solutions with full rigor. Less rigorous solution techniques are not excluded, since they may be part of complete relevant techniques. Complete solution techniques guarantee that all the constraints—e.g. security or tolerance criteria—are satisﬁed and the global optima identiﬁed.” The conference was part of the “COCONUT” (COntinuous CONstraints—Updating the Technology) project, funded by the European Union, “to integrate the currently available techniques from mathematical program- ming, constraint programming, and interval analysis into a single discipline, to get algorithms for global optimization and continuous constraint satisfaction problems that outperform the current generation of algorithms based on using only techniques from one or two of the traditions.” COCONUT researchers are
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