Series: Constraint Solver in Julia
- Part One: Setup and backtracking
- Part Two: Pruning
- Part Three: Pruning+Benchmarking
- Part Four: Alldifferent constraint
- Part Five: Better data structure
- Part Six: Sum constraint first part
- Part Seven: Sum constraint speed-up
- Part Eight: UI Refactoring
This is part 9 of the series about: How to build a Constraint Programming solver?
We did a lot already in very small steps sometimes and maybe not all of you read everything. Special thanks to those who did!
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In this post I mostly mention the video I made about this series:
The main goal of this video is to show you the overall structure of the code which might be hard to follow in the blog version.
Additionally in the last couple of minutes I also give a coding session on how to integrate your own constraint. In the post it's the very simple
I don't explain the constraints in the video so if you want to read that again I would suggest:
Part Four: Alldifferent constraint and Part Eight: UI Refactoring. In the latter I gave a simple explanation of the sum constraint which I failed to give before.
If you wonder about the Variable Type which isn't explained in the video you should check out:
Part Five: Better data structure
Unfortunately the quality of the video/microphone isn't that good but I hope it's still watchable and reasonable. If you're interested in more stuff like this and maybe live coding of a constraint or something please comment. Comment as well if you think I should just keep blogging ;)
Next part is out
Stay tuned ;)
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