Thursday, January 13, 2011


A response over at OR-Exchange led me to discover Numberjack, an open-source (LPGL) constraint programming platform written in Python.  I haven't had time to look at it carefully, and won't for a while (among other things, I need to learn more Python first), but I had to give them a shout-out just for the slogan on their home page (superimposed on a photograph of a forest): "Cuts your exponential search tree into logs."

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