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      AUTHOR = {Henz, Martin and Würtz, Jörg},
      TITLE = {Constraint-Based Time Tabling - A Case Study},
      YEAR = {1996},
      JOURNAL = {Applied Artificial Intelligence},
      VOLUME = {10},
      NUMBER = {5},
      PAGES = {439-453},
      ABSTRACT = {In this paper, we concentrate on a typical scheduling problem: the computation of a time table for a German college. Like many other scheduling problems, this problem contains a variety of complex constraints and necessitates special-purpose search strategies. Techniques from Operations Research and traditional constraint logic programming are not able to express these constraints and search strategies on a sufficiently high level of abstraction. We show that the higher-order concurrent constraint language Oz provides this high-level expressivity, and can serve as a useful programming tool for college time tabling.}
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