Geometric constraint solving is a growing field devoted to solve geometric problems defined by relationships, called constraints, established between the geometric elements. In this work we show that what characterizes a geometric constraint problem is the set of geometric elements on which the problem is defined. If the problem is wellconstrained, a given solution instance to the geometric constraint problem admits different representations defined by measuring geometric relationships in the solution instance.
CitationHidalgo, M., Joan-Arinyo, R., Soto-Riera, A. "Geometric constraint problems and solution instances". 2010.
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