An Atlas of Graphs with Python

aurelien.campeas at free.fr aurelien.campeas at free.fr
Wed May 3 11:06:46 CEST 2006


You could have a look at the Mozart/Oz community. Oz is a language
supporting logic and constraint programming out of the box and people
are using these capabilities to play linguistic with graph
matching.

See http://www.lifl.fr/~duchier/papers/duchier-xdg-cslp2004.pdf for a
possibly enlightening example.

I know that right now people are working on graphs as first-class
finite domain entities to be integrated in Oz (or the constraint
solver that was forked from Mozart/Oz, known as Gecode) :
http://cpgraph.info.ucl.ac.be/.

Incidentally, there is a CPython wrapper for Gecode waiting to be
finished, but that is not likely to be ready next month.

Cheers,
Aurélien.




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