Re: [eclipse-users] Failed goal

From: William Heath <wgheath_at_...6...>
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2006 15:46:47 -0800
Hi Christina,


I am trying to do the exact same thing.  The only way I know how to do this
is with constraint handling rules.  When a constraint is violated you can
detect it and react.  I am still trying to learn how to do this well with
Eclipse.  Look at this web page:

http://eclipse.crosscoreoptimization.com/reports/eclipse/node22.html

I have been wanting to even hire a tutor to help me understand this but
haven't had any luck so far.  One question I am having right now is how to
test if a value or domain intersects another domain, do you know how to do
this?


On 12/2/06, marconci@...8... <marconci@...8...> wrote:
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>
> Hi everybody,
>
> I am writing a program with a set of constraints that use
> the ic library and finally the search functions
> search(L,0,input_order,indomain_random,complete,[]).
>
> Sometimes, it may happen that at some point
> my program fails giving no solution.
>
> I would like to find which goal failed, to
> do some more in depth search, i.e. refining
> some constraints, by exploiting this information.
>
> Is there a method to get this information from
> inside the program, without using the tracer?
>
> I have found a question on the same problem in the mailing list, here
> http://eclipse.crosscoreop.com/archive/eclipse-users/0838.html
> but I have not found the replays.
>
> Any tips on the problem would be wellcome.
>
> Thank you very much
>
> Cristina
>
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