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% golfers.mzn
% vim: ft=zinc ts=4 sw=4 et tw=0
% Ralph Becket <rafe@csse.unimelb.edu.au>
% Mon Oct 29 13:56:25 EST 2007
%
% The social golfers problem, see
% http://www.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~ianm/CSPLib/prob/prob001/data.txt
%
% A club has a number of golfers that play rounds in groups (the number of
% golfers is a multiple of the number of groups). Each round, a golfer
% plays with a group of different people, such that the same pair of golfers
% never play together twice.
include "globals.mzn";
int: n_groups; % The number of groups.
int: n_per_group; % The size of each group.
int: n_rounds; % The number of rounds.
int: n_golfers = n_groups * n_per_group;
set of int: groups = 1..n_groups;
set of int: group = 1..n_per_group;
set of int: rounds = 1..n_rounds;
set of int: golfers = 1..n_golfers;
array [rounds, groups, group] of var golfers: round_group_i_golfer;
% Each member of each group must be distinct.
%
constraint
forall (r in rounds) (
alldifferent (g in groups, i in group) (round_group_i_golfer[r, g, i])
);
% We also break some symmetry
% here by strictly ordering each group.
%
constraint
forall (r in rounds, g in groups, i in group where i < n_per_group) (
round_group_i_golfer[r, g, i] < round_group_i_golfer[r, g, i + 1]
);
% Each pair can play together at most once.
%
constraint
forall (a, b in golfers where a < b) (
sum (r in rounds, g in groups, i, j in group where i < j) (
bool2int(
round_group_i_golfer[r, g, i] = a
/\ round_group_i_golfer[r, g, j] = b
)
)
<=
1
);
solve satisfy;
output [
"Social golfers:\n\n",
"Groups : ", show(n_groups), "\n",
"No. per group : ", show(n_per_group), "\n",
"No. of rounds : ", show(n_rounds), "\n"
] ++ [
( if g = 1 /\ i = 1 then "\nround " ++ show(r) ++ ":" else "" endif) ++
( if i = 1 then " " else " " endif) ++
show_int(2, round_group_i_golfer[r, g, i])
| r in rounds, g in groups, i in group
];
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