MCS---a new algorithm for multicriteria optimisation in constraint programming. We propose a new algorithm called MCS for the search for solutions to multicriteria combinatorial optimisation problems. To quickly produce a solution that offers a good trade-off between criteria, the MCS algorithm alternates several Branch & Bound searches following diversified search strategies. It is implemented in CP in a dedicated framework and can be specialised for either complete or partial search.
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