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Spontaneous Swift Sudoku Solving
Sequences and collections give you all these interesting and useful tools that you can use to solve the problem more easily
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17 days ago by geetarista
Sudoku in Coders At work
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2009

Sudoku in Coders At work
Once upon a time, I wrote this blog entry. Peter Norvig references it (indirectly) in his interview in Peter Seibel's great new book "Coders At Work".
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6 weeks ago by rcyphers
Solving Every Sudoku Puzzle
by Peter Norvig

In this essay I tackle the problem of solving every Sudoku puzzle. It turns out to be quite easy (about one page of code for the main idea and two pages for embellishments) using two ideas: constraint propagation and search.
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6 weeks ago by rcyphers
Behind the Magic: How we built the ARKit Sudoku Solver
A few weeks ago my company, Hatchlings, released Magic Sudoku for iOS11. It’s an app that solves sudoku puzzles using a combination of Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Augmented Reality. You…
development  sudoku  app  ios  augmented  reality  machine  learning  ocr 
8 weeks ago by ruairi
Behind the Magic: How we built the ARKit Sudoku Solver
A few weeks ago my company, Hatchlings, released Magic Sudoku for iOS11. It’s an app that solves sudoku puzzles using a combination of Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Augmented Reality. You…
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9 weeks ago by geetarista
Solving Sudoku in C with Recursive Backtracking
June 18, 2012 by: Mitchell Johnson

One of my favorite types of algorithms in computer science is recursive backtracking. By following a shockingly simple procedure, you can solve complex problems in reasonable amounts of time, with no bookkeeping.
As a practical example, I’ll walk you through an example solving Sudoku puzzles with the lingua franca of programmers, C.
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9 weeks ago by rcyphers

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