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This is part 2 of the comp.constraints FAQ.   Part 1 contains 
introductory information, and pointers to further information.
Part 2 contains a list of upcoming conferences, and a list of
constraint-related job openings, plus related pointers for both.

NOTE:  This information is updated semi-automatically from the
web pages
  http://www.cirl.uoregon.edu/constraints/links/conferences.html
and
  http://www.cirl.uoregon.edu/constraints/links/jobs.html

This FAQ is Copyright David Joslin, 1996, 1997.  Permission to do
reasonable things not for profit is given to anyone.  Anything else,
ask me. 

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Table of Contents:

In the first part of the FAQ:
   [1-1] Introductory papers and texts
   [1-2] Other related FAQs
   [1-3] Acronyms
   [1-4] Complexity of constraint satisfaction
   [1-5] Publications
   [1-6] Bibliographies
   [1-7] Journals
   [1-8] Mailing lists
   [1-9] Newsgroups
   [1-10] Benchmarks and examples
   [1-11] Constraint libraries for Lisp and C
   [1-12] Constraint systems

In this part of the FAQ:
   [2-1]  Conferences
   [2-2]  Constraint-related job openings

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