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Functions of multiple-valued logic and the complexity of constraint satisfaction : a short survey.

Krokhin, A. and Bulatov, A. and Jeavons, P. (2003) 'Functions of multiple-valued logic and the complexity of constraint satisfaction : a short survey.', in 33rd international symposium on multiple-valued logic, ISMVL'03, 16-19 May 2003, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan ; proceedings. , pp. 343-351.

Abstract

Many computational problems arising in artificial intelligence, computer science and elsewhere can be represented as constraint satisfaction and optimization problems. In this short survey we discuss an approach that is related to the algebraic component of multiple-valued logic and that has proved to be very succesful in studying the complexity of constraint satisfaction.

Item Type:Book chapter
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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISMVL.2003.1201427
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