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Title: Improving Constraint Solving on Parallel Hybrid Systems
Authors: Roque, Pedro
Pedro, Vasco
Diaz, Daniel
Abreu, Salvador
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Publisher: IEEE Xplore
Citation: Pedro Roque, Vasco Pedro, Daniel Diaz, Salvador Abreu: Improving Constraint Solving on Parallel Hybrid Systems. ICTAI 2018: 726-732
Abstract: Recently, we developed the Parallel Heterogeneous Architecture Constraint Toolkit (PHACT), which is a multi-threaded constraint solver capable of using all the available devices which are compatible with OpenCL, in order to speed up the constraint satisfaction process. In this article, we introduce an evolution of PHACT which includes the ability to execute FlatZinc and MiniZinc models, as well as architectural improvements which boost the performance in solving CSPs, especially when using GPUs.
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