How to rearrange array using Python?
martin.schoon at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 23:14:20 CEST 2015
Den 2015-07-31 skrev Martin Schöön <martin.schoon at gmail.com>:
> Den 2015-07-31 skrev Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn <PointedEars at web.de>:
>> Mark Lawrence wrote:
>>> I'm not absolutely certain but I think you're into what's known as a
>>> constraint satisfaction problem, in which case this
>>> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-constraint/1.2 is as good a starting
>>> point as any. If I'm wrong we'll soon get told :)
>> It is a CSP indeed, and as I was reading the OP I was thinking of SWI-
> Thanks guys, I will follow up on the CSP lead. It is not something I
> have prior experience of so it will be interesting.
Brief progress report (just to tell you that your advice has been
I have been reading a bit, here is one example.
Interesting stuff but sometimes head-spinning -- I don't always follow
I have also downloaded and installed Python-Constraint. It works as
advertised as long as I replicate the examples found at:
I can even scale some of the examples.
Creating my own examples has proven harder -- in part because the
documentation is minimalistic but also because I have not tried very
hard. We have, finally, got some nice summer weather here...
I have tried my hand at a *very* basic room placement problem. It
apart from the fact that I have not figured out how to tell the solver
there are limits to how many occupants each room can house.
Yesterday I started on a basic Kenken example. I need to experiment
a little to find a way to add the needed division and subtraction
constraints. I haven't given this much thought yet.
Today I found Numberjack:
It seems better documented than Python-Constraint but that is all
I know. Anyone with experience of Numberjack?
In summary: I am having fun using ipython and org-mode for emacs.
I am not making much headway but then I don't have a dead-line
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