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A constraint is defined as a logical relation among several unknown quantities or variables, each taking a value in a given
domain. Constraint Programming (CP) is an emergent field in operations research. Constraint programming is based on feasibility
which means finding a feasible solution rather than optimization which means finding an optimal solution and focuses on the
constraints and variables domain rather than the objective functions. While defining a set of constraints, this may seem a simple way to
model a realworld problem but finding a good model that works well with a chosen solver is not that easy. A model could be very
hard to solve if it is poorly chosen
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