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Solving Algorithms for Discrete Optimization

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Discrete Optimization aims to make good decisions when we have many possibilities to choose from. Its applications are ...
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Interesting. I don't think that would be my first choices of study.

If you want to know more about how constraint programming works under the hood, I can recommend the coursera course Solving algorithms for Discrete Optimization, in particular weeks 1 and 2 for constraint programming.

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