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SEAL
1998
Springer
11 years 10 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
PATAT
1997
Springer
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Space Allocation: An Analysis of Higher Education Requirements
In October, 1996 we sent a questionnaire on the subject of university space allocation to the estate managers of ninety six British universities. This was conducted as part of the...
Edmund K. Burke, D. B. Varley
PATAT
2000
Springer
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Three Methods to Automate the Space Allocation Process in UK Universities
Edmund K. Burke, Peter I. Cowling, J. D. Landa Sil...
AI
2002
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
Using similarity criteria to make issue trade-offs in automated negotiations
Automated negotiation is a key form of interaction in systems that are composed of multiple autonomous agents. The aim of such interactions is to reach agreements through an itera...
Peyman Faratin, Carles Sierra, Nicholas R. Jenning...
CORR
2010
Springer
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Limited Feedback Multi-Antenna Quantization Codebook Design-Part II: Multiuser Channels
This is the second part of a two-part paper on optimal design of limited feedback single-user and multiuser spatial multiplexing systems. The first part of the paper studies the si...
Behrouz Khoshnevis, Wei Yu
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