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Constraint Logic Programming (CLP) is a powerful extension to relational programming systems. In traditional relational programming systems like Prolog the primary constraint is a strategy know as unification. However this approach does not comes without costs - in fact reasoning about costs in Prolog-like systems is surprisingly challenging.
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