JSR-331 "Java Constraint Programming API" is a Java Specification Request that is being developed under the terms of the main Java standardization body www.JCP.org. All CP experts and application developers interested in CP are welcome to contribute.
There are currently 3 working implementations based on open source CP solvers. See also http://cpstandard.wordpress.com/.The Most Innovative JSR of 2010 The Final Release of the standard has been approved by JCP on March-2012. You may download the latest release from http://openrules.com/jsr331.
|Eclipse projects are nice but...||Bryan Absher||6/3/14|
|A few thoughts on JSR331 while implementing it for my solver||Julien Vion||6/13/13|
|Clojure & JSR-331 - Puzzles||Oscar Riveros||4/30/13|
|Re: Help with compareTo()||JacobFeldman||4/30/13|
|JSR-331 Implementations with Linear Solvers||JacobFeldman||7/26/12|
|Modulo operator||Vivian Steller||7/26/12|
|JSR-331 is an official standard now!||JacobFeldman||3/9/12|
|Feasible Tuple (Table) Constraints||Vivian Steller||2/17/12|
|JSR-331 release 1.0.0 is now avaialble for free downloads||JacobFeldman||1/31/12|
|Proposed Final Draft is available||JacobFeldman||10/1/11|
|JSR-331 at JavaOne 2011||JacobFeldman||9/23/11|
|Developing a common CP XML format||JacobFeldman||9/6/11|
|Incremental CSP||Vivian Steller||9/6/11|