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Title: Economic modelling using constraint logic programming
Authors: Gilbert, D
Donovan, N
Publication Date: 1996
Publisher: INAP
Citation: Proceedings of INAP-96: The 9th Symposium and Exhibition on Industrial Applications of Prolog, Tokyo, Japan, 16-19 October 1996.
Abstract: This paper investigates the use of constraint logic programming (CLP) in economic modelling through the design and implementation of two economic models. The first model, the Desai- Henry model contains only linear equations while the second model, constructed by the author, contains non-linear elements. In order to implement the second model, a non-linear constraint solver was constructed. This was necessary because, although CLP is a very powerful programming paradigm, currently available implementations lack any on-linear constraint solving mechanisms.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2986
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