Carbonnel, C., Romero, M., & Zivny, S. (2022). The Complexity of General-Valued Constraint Satisfaction Problems Seen from the Other Side. *SIAM J. Comput.*, *51*(1), 19–69.

The constraint satisfaction problem (CSP) is concerned with homomorphisms between two structures. For CSPs with restricted left-hand-side structures, the results of Dalmau, Languages and Programming, Springer, New York, 2007, pp. 279--290] establish the precise borderline of polynomial-time solvability (subject to complexity-theoretic assumptions) and of solvability by bounded-consistency algorithms (unconditionally) as bounded treewidth modulo homomorphic equivalence. The general-valued constraint satisfaction problem (VCSP) is a generalization of the CSP concerned with homomorphisms between two valued structures. For VCSPs with restricted left-hand-side valued structures, we establish the precise borderline of polynomial-time solvability (subject to complexity-theoretic assumptions) and of solvability by the kth level of the Sherali--Adams LP hierarchy (unconditionally). We also obtain results on related problems concerned with finding a solution and recognizing the tractable cases; the latter has an application in database theory.