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.
If not, it is very simple," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, feeling more and more free from constraint.
A week elapsed, leaving us all three still in this position of secret constraint towards one another.
Carey could not see anything amusing in what she heard, and she smiled with constraint.
Boris did not appear to notice the constraint the newcomer produced and, with the same pleasant composure and the same veiled look in his eyes with which he had met Rostov, tried to enliven the conversation.
He stood for a moment in awkward constraint, his pipe in his hand.
As a matter of fact, it is quite possible for a system to have several minor constraints ready to become the next major constraint.
The contributions to this special edition of the Australian Journal of Soil Research report recent research undertaken as part of a national R&D initiative on Combating Subsoil Constraints established by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).
With little time left in its five-year tenure, the federal government has directed power distribution companies to remove all constraints by the end of March in order to do away with load-shedding in areas covered by low-loss feeders across the country.
Islamabad -- On the directions of federal minister for power division all distribution companies have established special Constraint Removal War Rooms (CRWR) while the Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO) has established a special monitoring cell to execute the constraints removal.
Constraints negotiation research enlightens the socio-psychological and behavioural processes such as motivation, desired experiences, limitations, negotiation and activity participation (White, 2008).

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