CONSTRAINTS


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CONSTRAINTS

A language for solving constraints using value inference.

["CONSTRAINTS: A Language for Expressing Almost-Hierarchical Descriptions", G.J. Sussman et al, Artif Intell 14(1):1-39 (Aug 1980)].
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All constraint had vanished between the two, and they began to talk easily and simply.
To ease his constraint he said: "I suppose they'll be setting a date before long.
This conflict began soon to produce very strong and visible effects: for he lost all his usual sprightliness and gaiety of temper, and became not only melancholy when alone, but dejected and absent in company; nay, if ever he put on a forced mirth, to comply with Mr Western's humour, the constraint appeared so plain, that he seemed to have been giving the strongest evidence of what he endeavoured to conceal by such ostentation.
Uncloudedly to smile down out of luminous eyes and out of miles of distance, when under us constraint and purpose and guilt steam like rain.
All constraint with the master had disappeared long ago.
I understood but too well the change in her manner, to greater kindness and quicker readiness in interpreting all my wishes, before others--to constraint and sadness, and nervous anxiety to absorb herself in the first occupation she could seize on, whenever we happened to be left together alone.
A week elapsed, leaving us all three still in this position of secret constraint towards one another.
Uncles and aunts paid only short visits now; of course, they could not stay to meals, and the constraint caused by Mr.
As for the semantic constraints and the user-defined constraints, they are not explicitly described by the OMT-G example, but they may be easily inferred by the common life.
The theory has implications for the differences between coefficients for three groups of countries defined in terms of the strength of executive constraints.
In standard generative syntax, constraints are assumed to be inviolable, i.

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