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library(clpfd) |

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- Library predicates
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- Library predicates

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#/\/2 | P and Q hold. |

#</2 | The arithmetic expression X is less than Y. |

#<==/2 | Q implies P. |

#<==>/2 | P and Q are equivalent. |

#=/2 | The arithmetic expression X equals Y. |

#=</2 | The arithmetic expression X is less than or equal to Y. |

#==>/2 | P implies Q. |

#>/2 | Same
as Y `#<` X. |

#>=/2 | Same
as Y `#=<` X. |

#\/1 | Q does _not_ hold. |

#\/2 | Either P holds or Q holds, but not both. |

#\//2 | P or Q holds. |

#\=/2 | The arithmetic expressions X and Y evaluate to distinct integers. |

all_different/1 | Like all_distinct/1, but with weaker propagation. |

all_distinct/1 | True iff Vars are pairwise distinct. |

automaton/3 | Describes a list of finite domain variables with a finite automaton. |

automaton/8 | Describes a list of finite domain variables with a finite automaton. |

chain/2 | Zs form a chain with respect to Relation. |

circuit/1 | True iff the list Vs of finite domain variables induces a Hamiltonian circuit. |

cumulative/1 | Equivalent to cumulative(Tasks, [limit(1)]). |

cumulative/2 | Schedule with a limited resource. |

disjoint2/1 | True iff Rectangles are not overlapping. |

element/3 | The N-th element of the list of finite domain variables Vs is V. |

empty_fdset/1 | Set is the empty FD set. |

empty_interval/2 | Min..Max is an empty interval. |

fd_degree/2 | Degree is the number of constraints currently attached to Var. |

fd_dom/2 | Dom is the current domain (see in/2) of Var. |

fd_inf/2 | Inf is the infimum of the current domain of Var. |

fd_set/2 | Set is the FD set representation of the current domain of Var. |

fd_size/2 | Reflect the current size of a domain. |

fd_sup/2 | Sup is the supremum of the current domain of Var. |

fd_var/1 | True iff Var is a CLP(FD) variable. |

fdset_add_element/3 | Set2 is the same FD set as Set1, but with the integer Elt added. |

fdset_complement/2 | The FD set Complement is the complement of the FD set Set. |

fdset_del_element/3 | Set2 is the same FD set as Set1, but with the integer Elt removed. |

fdset_disjoint/2 | The FD sets Set1 and Set2 have no elements in common. |

fdset_eq/2 | True if the FD sets Set1 and Set2 are equal, i. |

fdset_intersect/2 | The FD sets Set1 and Set2 have at least one element in common. |

fdset_intersection/3 | Intersection is an FD set (possibly empty) of all elements that the FD sets Set1 and Set2 have in common. |

fdset_interval/3 | Interval is a non-empty FD set consisting of the single interval Min..Max. |

fdset_max/2 | Max is the upper bound (supremum) of the non-empty FD set Set. |

fdset_member/2 | The integer Elt is a member of the FD set Set. |

fdset_min/2 | Min is the lower bound (infimum) of the non-empty FD set Set. |

fdset_parts/4 | Set
is a non-empty FD set representing the domain Min..Max `\/`
Rest, where Min..Max is a non-empty interval (see fdset_interval/3) and
Rest is another FD set (possibly empty). |

fdset_singleton/2 | Set is the FD set containing the single integer Elt. |

fdset_size/2 | Size is the number of elements of the FD set Set, or the atom *sup* if Set is infinite. |

fdset_subset/2 | The FD set Set1 is a (non-strict) subset of Set2, i. |

fdset_subtract/3 | The FD set Difference is Set1 with all elements of Set2 removed, i. |

fdset_to_list/2 | List is a list containing all elements of the finite FD set Set, in ascending order. |

fdset_to_range/2 | Domain is a domain equivalent to the FD set Set. |

fdset_union/2 | The FD set Union is the n-ary union of all FD sets in the list Sets. |

fdset_union/3 | The FD set Union is the union of FD sets Set1 and Set2. |

global_cardinality/2 | Global Cardinality constraint. |

global_cardinality/3 | Global Cardinality constraint. |

in/2 | Var is an element of Domain. |

in_set/2 | Var is an element of the FD set Set. |

indomain/1 | Bind Var to all feasible values of its domain on backtracking. |

ins/2 | The variables in the list Vars are elements of Domain. |

is_fdset/1 | Set is currently bound to a valid FD set. |

label/1 | Equivalent to labeling([], Vars). |

labeling/2 | Assign a value to each variable in Vars. |

lex_chain/1 | Lists are lexicographically non-decreasing. |

list_to_fdset/2 | Set is an FD set containing all elements of List, which must be a list of integers. |

range_to_fdset/2 | Set is an FD set equivalent to the domain Domain. |

scalar_product/4 | True iff the scalar product of Cs and Vs is in relation Rel to Expr. |

serialized/2 | Describes a set of non-overlapping tasks. |

sum/3 | The sum of elements of the list Vars is in relation Rel to Expr. |

transpose/2 | Transpose a list of lists of the same length. |

tuples_in/2 | True iff all Tuples are elements of Relation. |

zcompare/3 | Analogous to compare/3, with finite domain variables A and B. |

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