I’ve decided to create a very simple Java API built on the top of JSR-331 that with a minimal learning curve will allow regular Java developers to quickly represent and solve optimization problems within their business domains. If you are … Continue reading
JSR331 “Java Constraint Programming API” is a JCP Specification Standard developed under the terms of the www.JCP.org. Now it also has its own website: http://www.jsr331.org. You can download the latest JSR-331 version, see different milestones, and read all release notes. While the software is in … Continue reading
CP-2013 was the 19th International Conference on the Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (http://cp2013.a4cp.org/) that took place in Uppsala, Sweden on Sep 16-20, 2013. It proved again that this is the major CP event of the year. You may … Continue reading
The workshop “CP Solvers: Modeling, Applications, Integration, and Standardization” will be held at the 19th International Conference on the Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (http://cp2013.a4cp.org/) in Uppsala, Sweden exactly in one month on Monday September 16, 2013. The workshop … Continue reading
When we initiated JSR-331 standard, the choice of Java was justified (besides other practical advantages) by the fact that users would be able to create their own friendly DSLs (domain specific languages) using different JVM languages. Probably it will be … Continue reading
Oscar Riveros used JSR-331 to develop a Clojure-based environment for solving puzzles. You may read more in this manual “Constraint Programming with Puzzles“. All sources and examples are freely available from GitHub. I haven’t had a chance to check it myself … Continue reading
This year the major annual conference “CP 2013” will include a workshop “CP Solvers: Modeling, Applications, Integration, and Standardization” that will be held in Uppsala, Sweden on September 16, 2013.