Many constraint propagation techniques iterate through the constraints in a straightforward manner, but can fail because they do not take account of the coupling between the constraints.However, some methods of taking account of this coupling are local in nature, and fail if the initial search region is too large.We put into perspective newer methods, based on linear relaxations, that can often replace brute-force search with the solution of a large, sparse linear program.
Reliable Computing – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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