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Packing graphs with ASP for landscape simulation


This paper describes an application of Answer Set Programming (ASP) to crop allocation for generating realistic landscapes. The aim is to cover optimally a bare landscape, represented by its plot graph, with spatial patterns describing local arrangements of crops. This problem belongs to the hard class of graph packing problems and is mod-eled in the framework of ASP. The approach provides a compact solution to the basic problem and at the same time allows extensions such as a flexible integration of expert knowledge. Particular attention is paid to the treatment of symmetries, especially due to sub-graph isomorphism issues. Experiments were conducted on a database of simulated and real landscapes. Currently, the approach can process graphs of medium size, a size that enables studies on real agricultural practices.
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hal-01327368 , version 1 (06-06-2016)


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Thomas Guyet, Yves Moinard, Jacques Nicolas, René Quiniou. Packing graphs with ASP for landscape simulation. IJCAI 2016 - 25th International joint conference on artificial intelligence , Jul 2016, New-york, United States. pp.8. ⟨hal-01327368⟩
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