Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming - CP 2005: 11th International Conference, CP 2005, Sitges Spain, October 1-5, 2005 (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Peter van Beek
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 22, 2005 - Computers - 887 pages
0 Reviews
The 11th International Conference on the Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP 2005) was held in Sitges (Barcelona), Spain, October 1–5, 2005. Information about the conference can be found on the web at http://www.iiia.csic.es/cp2005/.Informationaboutpastconferencesinthe series can be found athttp://www.cs.ualberta.ca/~ai/cp/. The CP conference series is the premier international conference on c- straint programming and is held annually. The conference is concerned with all aspects of computing with constraints, including: algorithms, applications, environments, languages, models and systems. This year, we received 164 submissions. All of the submitted papers received atleastthreereviews,andthepapersandtheirreviewswerethenextensivelyd- cussed during an online Program Committee meeting. As a result, the Program Committee chose 48 (29.3%) papers to be published in full in the proceedings and a further 22 (13.4%)papers to be published as short papers.The full papers werepresentedattheconferencein twoparalleltracksandtheshortpaperswere presented as posters during a lively evening session. Two papers were selected by a subcommittee of the ProgramCommittee—consisting of Chris Beck, Gilles Pesant, and myself—to receive best paper awards. The conference program also includedexcellentinvitedtalksbyH ́ ectorGe?ner,IanHorrocks,FrancescaRossi, and Peter J. Stuckey. As a permanent record, the proceedings contain four-page extended abstracts of the invited talks.
  

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

I
1
II
5
III
9
IV
17
V
32
VI
47
VII
62
VIII
77
LXII
782
LXIII
787
LXIV
792
LXV
797
LXVI
802
LXVII
807
LXVIII
812
LXIX
817

IX
92
X
107
XI
122
XII
137
XIII
152
XIV
167
XV
182
XVI
196
XVII
211
XVIII
226
XIX
241
XX
271
XXI
286
XXII
301
XXIII
314
XXIV
328
XXV
343
XXVI
358
XXVII
373
XXVIII
388
XXIX
403
XXX
415
XXXI
430
XXXII
445
XXXIII
460
XXXIV
475
XXXV
490
XXXVI
505
XXXVII
520
XXXVIII
534
XXXIX
549
XL
563
XLI
578
XLII
593
XLIII
607
XLIV
622
XLV
637
XLVI
652
XLVII
667
XLVIII
682
XLIX
697
L
712
LI
727
LII
732
LIII
737
LIV
742
LV
747
LVI
752
LVII
757
LVIII
762
LIX
767
LX
772
LXI
777
LXX
822
LXXI
827
LXXII
832
LXXIII
837
LXXIV
838
LXXV
839
LXXVI
840
LXXVII
841
LXXVIII
842
LXXIX
843
LXXX
844
LXXXI
845
LXXXII
846
LXXXIII
847
LXXXIV
848
LXXXV
849
LXXXVI
850
LXXXVII
851
LXXXVIII
852
LXXXIX
853
XC
854
XCI
855
XCII
856
XCIII
857
XCIV
858
XCV
859
XCVI
860
XCVII
861
XCVIII
862
XCIX
863
C
864
CI
865
CII
866
CIII
867
CIV
868
CV
869
CVI
870
CVII
871
CVIII
872
CIX
873
CX
874
CXI
875
CXII
876
CXIII
877
CXIV
878
CXV
879
CXVI
880
CXVII
881
CXVIII
882
CXIX
883
CXX
885
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 8 - Profitlich. An empirical analysis of optimization techniques for terminological representation systems or: Making KRIS get a move on.

Bibliographic information