CHIP (programming language)

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CHIP (Constraint Handling in Prolog) is a constraint logic programming language developed by M. Dincbas and alias in 1985 at ECRC, initially using a Prolog language interface.[1] CHIP V5 is the version developed and marketed by COSYTEC in Paris since 1993 with Prolog, using C, C++, or Prolog language interfaces.[2] The commercially successful ILOG Solver is also, partly, an offshoot of ECRC version of CHIP.

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  1. ^ Francesca Rossi; Peter Van Beek; Toby Walsh (2006). Handbook of constraint programming. Elsevier. p. 444. ISBN 978-0-444-52726-4. 
  2. ^ CHIP V5 Second Generation Constraint Programming Technology CHIP V5, COSYTEC

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