Solution of eight queens problem in Prolog

Eight queens problem is a constraint satisfaction problem. The task is to place eight queens in the 64 available squares in such a way that no queen attacks each other. So the problem can be formulated with variables x1,x2,x3,x4,x5,x6,x7,x8 and y1,y2,y3,y4,y5,y6, y7,y8; the xs represent the rows and ys the column. Now a solution for this problem is to assign values for x and for y such that the constraint is satisfied.

The problem can be formulated as

where (x1,y1) gives the position of the first queen and so on. So it can be clearly seen that the domains for xi and yi are  
Dx = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8}and Dy ={1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} respectively. 
The constraints are
i. No two queens should be in the same row,
   i.e yi≠yj for i=1 to 8;j=1 to 8;i≠j
ii. No two queens should be in the same column,
  i.e xi≠xj for i=1 to 8;j=1 to 8;i≠j
iii. There should not be two queens placed on the same   diagonal line 
  i.e (yi-yj) ≠ ±(xi-xj).

Now a solution to this problem is an instance of P wherein the above mentioned constraints are satisfied.

Source Code:


A=4, B=2, C=7, D=3, E=6, F=8, G=5, H=1
A=5, B=2, C=4, D=7, E=3, F=8, G=6, H=1
A=3, B=5, C=2, D=8, E=6, F=4, G=7, H=1
A=3, B=6, C=4, D=2, E=8, F=5, G=7, H=1
A=5, B=7, C=1, D=3, E=8, F=6, G=4, H=2
A=4, B=6, C=8, D=3, E=1, F=7, G=5, H=2
A=3, B=6, C=8, D=1, E=4, F=7, G=5, H=2
A=5, B=3, C=8, D=4, E=7, F=1, G=6, H=2
A=5, B=7, C=4, D=1, E=3, F=8, G=6, H=2
A=4, B=1, C=5, D=8, E=6, F=3, G=7, H=2
A=3, B=6, C=4, D=1, E=8, F=5, G=7, H=2
A=4, B=7, C=5, D=3, E=1, F=6, G=8, H=2
A=6, B=4, C=2, D=8, E=5, F=7, G=1, H=3
A=6, B=4, C=7, D=1, E=8, F=2, G=5, H=3
A=1, B=7, C=4, D=6, E=8, F=2, G=5, H=3
A=6, B=8, C=2, D=4, E=1, F=7, G=5, H=3
A=6, B=2, C=7, D=1, E=4, F=8, G=5, H=3
A=4, B=7, C=1, D=8, E=5, F=2, G=6, H=3
A=5, B=8, C=4, D=1, E=7, F=2, G=6, H=3
A=4, B=8, C=1, D=5, E=7, F=2, G=6, H=3
A=2, B=7, C=5, D=8, E=1, F=4, G=6, H=3
A=1, B=7, C=5, D=8, E=2, F=4, G=6, H=3
A=2, B=5, C=7, D=4, E=1, F=8, G=6, H=3
A=4, B=2, C=7, D=5, E=1, F=8, G=6, H=3
A=5, B=7, C=1, D=4, E=2, F=8, G=6, H=3
A=6, B=4, C=1, D=5, E=8, F=2, G=7, H=3
A=5, B=1, C=4, D=6, E=8, F=2, G=7, H=3
A=5, B=2, C=6, D=1, E=7, F=4, G=8, H=3
A=6, B=3, C=7, D=2, E=8, F=5, G=1, H=4
A=2, B=7, C=3, D=6, E=8, F=5, G=1, H=4
A=7, B=3, C=1, D=6, E=8, F=5, G=2, H=4
A=5, B=1, C=8, D=6, E=3, F=7, G=2, H=4
A=1, B=5, C=8, D=6, E=3, F=7, G=2, H=4
A=3, B=6, C=8, D=1, E=5, F=7, G=2, H=4
A=6, B=3, C=1, D=7, E=5, F=8, G=2, H=4
A=7, B=5, C=3, D=1, E=6, F=8, G=2, H=4
A=7, B=3, C=8, D=2, E=5, F=1, G=6, H=4
A=5, B=3, C=1, D=7, E=2, F=8, G=6, H=4
A=2, B=5, C=7, D=1, E=3, F=8, G=6, H=4
A=3, B=6, C=2, D=5, E=8, F=1, G=7, H=4
A=6, B=1, C=5, D=2, E=8, F=3, G=7, H=4
A=8, B=3, C=1, D=6, E=2, F=5, G=7, H=4
A=2, B=8, C=6, D=1, E=3, F=5, G=7, H=4
A=5, B=7, C=2, D=6, E=3, F=1, G=8, H=4
A=3, B=6, C=2, D=7, E=5, F=1, G=8, H=4
A=6, B=2, C=7, D=1, E=3, F=5, G=8, H=4
A=3, B=7, C=2, D=8, E=6, F=4, G=1, H=5
A=6, B=3, C=7, D=2, E=4, F=8, G=1, H=5
A=4, B=2, C=7, D=3, E=6, F=8, G=1, H=5
A=7, B=1, C=3, D=8, E=6, F=4, G=2, H=5
A=1, B=6, C=8, D=3, E=7, F=4, G=2, H=5
A=3, B=8, C=4, D=7, E=1, F=6, G=2, H=5
A=6, B=3, C=7, D=4, E=1, F=8, G=2, H=5
A=7, B=4, C=2, D=8, E=6, F=1, G=3, H=5
A=4, B=6, C=8, D=2, E=7, F=1, G=3, H=5
A=2, B=6, C=1, D=7, E=4, F=8, G=3, H=5
A=2, B=4, C=6, D=8, E=3, F=1, G=7, H=5
A=3, B=6, C=8, D=2, E=4, F=1, G=7, H=5
A=6, B=3, C=1, D=8, E=4, F=2, G=7, H=5
A=8, B=4, C=1, D=3, E=6, F=2, G=7, H=5
A=4, B=8, C=1, D=3, E=6, F=2, G=7, H=5
A=2, B=6, C=8, D=3, E=1, F=4, G=7, H=5
A=7, B=2, C=6, D=3, E=1, F=4, G=8, H=5
A=3, B=6, C=2, D=7, E=1, F=4, G=8, H=5
A=4, B=7, C=3, D=8, E=2, F=5, G=1, H=6
A=4, B=8, C=5, D=3, E=1, F=7, G=2, H=6
A=3, B=5, C=8, D=4, E=1, F=7, G=2, H=6
A=4, B=2, C=8, D=5, E=7, F=1, G=3, H=6
A=5, B=7, C=2, D=4, E=8, F=1, G=3, H=6
A=7, B=4, C=2, D=5, E=8, F=1, G=3, H=6
A=8, B=2, C=4, D=1, E=7, F=5, G=3, H=6
A=7, B=2, C=4, D=1, E=8, F=5, G=3, H=6
A=5, B=1, C=8, D=4, E=2, F=7, G=3, H=6
A=4, B=1, C=5, D=8, E=2, F=7, G=3, H=6
A=5, B=2, C=8, D=1, E=4, F=7, G=3, H=6
A=3, B=7, C=2, D=8, E=5, F=1, G=4, H=6
A=3, B=1, C=7, D=5, E=8, F=2, G=4, H=6
A=8, B=2, C=5, D=3, E=1, F=7, G=4, H=6
A=3, B=5, C=2, D=8, E=1, F=7, G=4, H=6
A=3, B=5, C=7, D=1, E=4, F=2, G=8, H=6
A=5, B=2, C=4, D=6, E=8, F=3, G=1, H=7
A=6, B=3, C=5, D=8, E=1, F=4, G=2, H=7
A=5, B=8, C=4, D=1, E=3, F=6, G=2, H=7
A=4, B=2, C=5, D=8, E=6, F=1, G=3, H=7
A=4, B=6, C=1, D=5, E=2, F=8, G=3, H=7
A=6, B=3, C=1, D=8, E=5, F=2, G=4, H=7
A=5, B=3, C=1, D=6, E=8, F=2, G=4, H=7
A=4, B=2, C=8, D=6, E=1, F=3, G=5, H=7
A=6, B=3, C=5, D=7, E=1, F=4, G=2, H=8
A=6, B=4, C=7, D=1, E=3, F=5, G=2, H=8
A=4, B=7, C=5, D=2, E=6, F=1, G=3, H=8
A=5, B=7, C=2, D=6, E=3, F=1, G=4, H=8
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2 Responses

  1. Apex says:

    Basically it's backtracking with generating permutations of 8 where the index(i) of the array is the row and the value (v[i]) is the column, plus a few more checks for diagonal moves.

  2. Cyberlacs says:

    Please would like to know if there is a possibility to make downloads of the code *. Pl

    This code shows the end of the run the amount of possibility exists to solve the problem of 8 queens?

    Leave the link available for download from the project ready format pl native prolog

    I'm waiting

    thank you

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