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This is continued until the list is empty. 2. Adding - as heads - successive elements, generated by some constraint, to a list which is initially empty. This is continued until no more elements 32 Chapter 2. In the beginning was Prolog may be generated. The important thing to remember is that only heads may be removed from a list, and only heads me be added to a list. pl that reverses the order of list elements using two private predicates: 1. my_reverse(Initial_list, Reversed_list) 2. my_reverse(Initial_list, Reversed_list, Accumulator_of_reversed_list) The name my_reverse was chosen to distinguish it from the built-in reverse/2, which does exactly the same job.

Why are present-day tools for solving combinatorial CSP and COP, outlined in this book, better than exhaustive search? e. generating one by one all n-tuples of the Cartesian product of variable domains and testing whether they satisfy all constraints of the problem. 2 Why use Constraint Logic Programming? 2: Simple CSP example with unique solution. 1. Because of the numerical effectiveness of determining CSP and COP solutions, which for exhaustive search and large numbers of variables is very bad indeed.

Therefore no distinction will further be made between them. g. X1 + X2, where "+" is the standard operator), such infix notation is also accepted by Prolog and CLP. • a list of terms, including an empty list. A (nonempty) list may look like: [a, b, "CDE", 5, F], an empty list is denoted by []. 7. Constraints in Prolog (and CLP) programs have the form of clauses, which are either facts or rules, ended with a full stop. Prolog (and CLP) programs contain only facts and rules: 1. Facts are predicates with no arguments or with all arguments ground, considered by the program designer to be true.

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