From: <rui_at_omega.di.uminho.pt>

Date: Fri 02 Feb 2001 02:54:14 PM GMT

Message-ID: <20010202145414.A26326@omega.di.uminho.pt>

Date: Fri 02 Feb 2001 02:54:14 PM GMT

Message-ID: <20010202145414.A26326@omega.di.uminho.pt>

Hello, > Anyway, it uses interval propagation and only wakes when the specified > variables have their contributing min ou max updated. Some optimizing quirks > were made for the special cases of nonoverlapping variables and bound ones. Oh well, as I said, I am a newbie. Suspending on the constrained list is not a good idea. Changed that. Also added a check to the case where one of the argument is instanciated, to check if it is less than or equal to the minimum of the other argument. Btw, Any comments about my implementation? Is it efficient? Can it be improved? Cheers, --Rui Here goes: % maxfd(A, B, M) behaves as M #= max(A, B) maxfd(A, B, M):- nonvar(A), nonvar(B), !, M is max(A, B). maxfd(A, B, M):- nonvar(A), !, dvar_domain(B, DomB), dom_range(DomB, MinB, MaxB), Min is max(A, MinB), Max is max(A, MaxB), M::Min..Max, (nonvar(M) -> true ; A =< MinB -> B #= M ; suspend(maxfd(A, B, M), 3, [B -> min, B -> max]) ), wake. maxfd(B, A, M):- nonvar(A), !, dvar_domain(B, DomB), dom_range(DomB, MinB, MaxB), Min is max(A, MinB), Max is max(A, MaxB), M::Min..Max, (nonvar(M) -> true ; A =< MinB -> B #= M ; suspend(maxfd(A, B, M), 3, [B -> min, B -> max]) ), wake. maxfd(A, B, M):- dvar_domain(A, DomA), dvar_domain(B, DomB), dom_range(DomA, MinA, MaxA), dom_range(DomB, MinB, MaxB), (MinA > MaxB -> A #= M ; MinB > MaxA -> B #= M ; Min is max(MinA, MinB), Max is max(MaxA, MaxB), M::Min..Max, suspend(maxfd(A, B, M), 3, [(A, B) -> min, (A, B) -> max]) ), wake.Received on Fri Feb 02 13:53:20 2001

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