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PATAT
2004
Springer
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Interactively Solving School Timetabling Problems Using Extensions of Constraint Programming
Timetabling problems have been frequently studied due to their wide range of applications. However, they are often solved manually because of the lack of appropriate computer tools...
Hadrien Cambazard, Fabien Demazeau, Narendra Jussi...
PATAT
1995
Springer
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A Memetic Algorithm for University Exam Timetabling
The scheduling of exams in institutions of higher education is known to be a highly constrained problem. The advent of modularity in many institutions in the UK has resulted in a s...
Edmund K. Burke, James P. Newall, Rupert F. Weare
AAI
2006
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11 years 1 months ago
Metaheuristics for Handling Time Interval Coverage Constraints in Nurse Scheduling
The problem of finding a high quality timetable for personnel in a hospital ward has been addressed by many researchers, personnel managers and schedulers over a number of years. ...
Edmund K. Burke, Patrick De Causmaecker, Sanja Pet...
SEAL
1998
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Automating Space Allocation in Higher Education
The allocation of office space in any large institution is usually a problematical issue, which often demands a substantial amount of time to perform manually. The result of this a...
Edmund K. Burke, D. B. Varley
GECCO
2006
Springer
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Selective self-adaptive approach to ant system for solving unit commitment problem
This paper presents a novel approach to solve the constrained unit commitment problem using Selective Self-Adaptive Ant System (SSAS) for improving search performance by automatic...
Songsak Chusanapiputt, Dulyatat Nualhong, Sujate J...
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