CPAIOR 2011 Workshop
|General | Call for Papers | Invited Talk | Proceedings | Workshop Co-Chairs | Important Dates | Program |Program Committee| Registration| Imprint|
In the focus of this workshop are any new innovative applications using CP-AI-OR technology either addressing new application areas, the combination of different modeling and/or solution technologies (hybrid problem models, hybrid solvers, problem decomposition, new modeling concepts and pruning/search algorithms) or interactive systems assisting their users in decision making.
This includes but is not restricted to
The workshop provides the opportunity to present and discuss ongoing research and prototype systems showing the potential of CP-AI-OR concepts, models and algorithms in application areas which are open for any innovative management solutions. Due to this fact, the topics addressed in this workshop are of great interest for CP-AI-OR.
|Call for Papers|
Petr Vilim will give a talk on
In this talk, I would like to discuss some of the ingredients I consider necessary for a successful scheduling application. A big part of the problem, of course, is to be able to handle efficiently typical resource constraints, to have excellent heuristics, powerful search and so on.
However, there are also other aspects which are not often discussed in scientific literature, such as modeling language, reusability of the developed code, cooperation between modules, backward compatibility, user interface and so on.
I would like to share with you some of the lessons I learned during my work on IBM ILOG CP Optimizer. I will describe only what we did, but also why we did it the way we did. An important part of the talk will be applications which motivated the development. For example, I would like to mention the following topics:
modeling language we use to describe scheduling problems,
optional interval variables,
nontraditional resource constraints,
work breakdown structure,
I hope that this talk will be interesting not only for developers of CP/AI/OR applications but also for scientists working in this area.
proceedings are published as a computer science report of the BTU
Cottbus (ISSN: 1437-7969 ). They are online available.
|Dr. Armin Wolf
Fraunhofer-Institut für Rechnerarchitektur
und Softwaretechnik, FIRST
Prof. Dr. Petra Hofstedt
|Submission (extended):||April 03, 2011 (closed)|
|Notification:||April 17, 2011|
|Final Version :||May 01, 2011|
|14:00 -14:05 ||Welcome|
14:05 - 15:00 ||Invited Talk by Petr Vilm on |
"A bit of CP, a bit of AI, a bit of OR and a bit of coding"
|15:00 - 15:30 ||Michael Marte and Valentin Mayer-Eichberger: |
"Constraint-based crew scheduling for public transport"
|15:30 - 16:00||Coffee Break|
|16:00 - 16:30||Anna Prenzel and Georg Ringwelski:|
"Description of a Practical, Benders' Cut Inspired VRP System"
16:30 - 17:00 ||Steve Dillan and Georg Ringwelski:|
"Using constraint propagation to improve the usability of an intelligent decision support system"
|17:00 - 17:30 ||Armin Wolf:|
"Towards a Constaint-Based Load Balancing in E-Mobility"
|17:30 - 18:00||Discussion and Closing|
|18:00 - later||Workshop Barbecue|