rminizinc: R Interface to 'MiniZinc'
Constraint optimization, or constraint programming, is the name given to identifying
feasible solutions out of a very large set of candidates, where the problem can be modeled in terms
of arbitrary constraints. 'MiniZinc' is a free and open-source constraint modeling language.
Constraint satisfaction and discrete optimization problems can be formulated in a high-level
modeling language. Models are compiled into an intermediate representation that is understood by a
wide range of solvers. 'MiniZinc' itself provides several solvers, for instance 'GeCode'. R users
can use the package to solve constraint programming problems without using 'MiniZinc' directly,
modify existing 'MiniZinc' models and also create their own models.
||R (≥ 3.5.0), rjson
||R6, checkmate, Rcpp, rlang, rlist
||knitr, rmarkdown, testthat, stringr
||Akshit Achara, Lars Kotthoff, Hans W. Borchers, Guido Tack
||Akshit Achara <acharaakshit at gmail.com>
||Mozilla Public License Version 2.0
||pandoc (>=1.14, needed for the vignette)
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