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Solving constraint satisfaction problems IV: Combinatorial square coloring

Author
: Carl DeVore
Beverly has a pigeonhole shelf with 36 square holes in a 6x6 grid. She keeps a minature fork, knife, or spoon in each hole such that in each row and column there are exactly two of each. The goal is to deduce the placement of each.

Application Details

Publish Date: June 18, 2001
Created In: Maple 6
Language: English

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