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Record number 400608
Title A survey on CP-AI-OR hybrids for decision making under uncertainty
Author(s) Hnich, B.; Rossi, R.; Tarim, S.A.; Prestwich, S.
Source In: Hybrid optimization: the 10 years of CPAIOR / Milano, M., van Hentenryck, P., New York : Springer (Springer optimization and its apllications 45) - ISBN 9781441916440 - p. 227 - 270.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-1644-0_7
Department(s) Information Technology
Operations Research and Logistics
WASS
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2010
Abstract In this survey, we focus on problems of decision making under uncertainty. First, we clarify the meaning of the word “uncertainty” and we describe the general structure of problems that fall into this class. Second, we provide a list of problems from the Constraint Programming, Artificial Intelligence, and Operations Research literatures in which uncertainty plays a role. Third, we survey existing modeling frameworks that provide facilities for handling uncertainty. A number of general purpose and specialized hybrid solution methods are surveyed, which deal with the problems in the list provided. These approaches are categorized into three main classes: stochastic reasoning-based, reformulation-based, and sample-based. Finally, we provide a classification for other related approaches and frameworks in the literature
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