CE884 Constraint Satisfaction For Decision Making, 2011-2012

(A brief tutorial to Constraint Satisfaction)

Overview (see quick tutorial on constraint satisfaction)

Started in late 1980s, this is, as far as we know, the first module in constraint satisfaction in UK. Constraint satisfaction is about decision-making. It is about making a large number of decisions, satisfying complex constraints. It is at the heart of computer science. Students in artificial intelligence, operations research and applications (such as scheduling and computational finance) should benefit from taking this module.

Lecturer: Professor Edward Tsang / x2774 / Skype: bracil.net
Class tutor: Professor Edward Tsang /
Distinguished Guest Lecture: Dr James Borrett, Global Optimal Ltd, Visiting Fellow, School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, Tuesday 7 February 2012 (Handout)


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Maintained by Edward Tsang; Last updated: 2012.03.13