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This is a list of Frequently Asked Questions (and answers) for the
area of constraints, including books, journal articles, ftp archives,
and systems & products. It is posted once a month to the newsgroups
comp.constraints, , and .

NOTE: the Constraints Archive web pages contain far more information
than the FAQ, including pointers to other web pages and ftp sites: 
http://www.cs.unh.edu/ccc/archive/

This guide is regularly posted to comp.constraints.  It may also be
obtained from the WWW pages, and from the archive on rtfm.mit.edu in
the directory /pub/usenet/news.answers/constraints-faq.  You can 
access the rtfm archive by mail server as well.  Send an e-mail 
essage to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu with "help" and "index" in the
body on separate lines for more information.

This FAQ is Copyright Peggy Eaton, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999.  

Contributors to this FAQ include Michael Jampel <jampel@cs.city.ac.uk>,
who was the original author and maintainer, and: Philippe Blache
<pb@llaor.unice.fr>, Mark Kantrowitz <mkant@cs.cmu.edu>, Wm Leler
<wm@concentric.net>, Manfred Meyer <meyer@dfki.uni-kl.de>, Milind
Tambe <tambe@isi.edu>, Thomas Schiex <schiex@cert.fr>, and Tad Hogg
<hogg@parc.xerox.com>, David Joslin <dj@i2.com>.  

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   [1-02] Other related FAQs
   [1-03] Acronyms
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   [1-05] Bibliographies
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   [1-07] Mailing lists
   [1-08] Newsgroups
   [1-09] Benchmarks and examples
   [1-10] Constraint libraries for Lisp and C
   [1-11] Constraint systems

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