Fifteenth International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming
20-24 September, 2009
The CP 2009 Program Committee invites proposals for the Tutorial Program.
CP 2009 tutorials are ideally targeted at the whole constraint community and should give a state-of-the-art description of a field of research related to constraint programming or of a large area of application. For example, the topics of tutorials in previous CP conferences include: symmetry breaking, propositional satisfiability, ant algorithms, on-line stochastic optimisation, distributed constraints, problem modelling, preference representation, randomised backtracking, dynamic constraint programming, numerical CSPs, global constraints, soft constraints, mathematical programming, cooperation between methods, and areas of application (eg. bioinformatics, configuration).
Tutorials will take place during the main technical program, which runs 21-24 September, 2009.
|Ian Miguel||Patrick Prosser|
|School of Computer Science||Department of Computing Science|
|University of St Andrews||University of Glasgow|