2 The Problem of Assigning Interviews to Time Slots

@inproceedings{Schrage20042TP,
  title={2 The Problem of Assigning Interviews to Time Slots},
  author={Linus Schrage},
  year={2004}
}
We describe experience with a job interview scheduling system that has been in use since 2001 at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business(UCGSB). During interview season, a typical week has 300 job-seekers requesting 1000 interviews from 100 interviewing companies, to be scheduled into 1200 timeslots. We match job-seekers with companies with time slots so that we maximize the number of desired interviews scheduled, no job-seeker has two interviews scheduled at the same time, no… CONTINUE READING

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