[erlang-questions] Is erlang suitable to handle Constraint satisfaction problems ?
Wed Nov 4 21:06:56 CET 2009
As mentioned there is no built-in support for constraint satisfaction in
Erlang. There is, however, a Prolog interpreter implemented in erlang,
Erlog, which could be useful if you need other Erlang features as well.
There is no constraint satisfaction in erlog now but I am itching for a
reason to add it. It seems like it could be a fun project.
2009/11/4 Torben Hoffmann <torben.lehoff@REDACTED>
> Hi Jun,
> I don't think constraint satisfaction is one of Erlang's strengths.
> The syntax has roots in Prolog, but that is just about it - you won't get
> any of Prolog's wonderful inference algorithms.
> You should look at Mozart/Oz, Prolog or <something I don't know about> for
> constraint satisfaction.
> Unless the frequency assignment problem is something completely different
> than what I read from your description!
> On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 19:42, Jun HU <junhufr@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I'm a PhD student in computer science, currently i'm working
> > constraint satisfaction problem, notable in frequency assignment
> > problem. I'm just wondering that erlang is suitable for this kind of
> > problems or not.
> > Thanks in advance.
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