An Extended Implementation of the Great Deluge Algorithm for Course Timetabling

  • Paul McMullan
  • Published 2007 in International Conference on Computational Science

Abstract

Course Scheduling consists of assigning lecture events to a limited set of specific timeslots and rooms. The objective is to satisfy as many soft constraints as possible, while maintaining a feasible solution timetable. The most successful techniques to date require a compute-intensive examination of the solution neighbourhood to direct searches to an… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-72584-8_71

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@inproceedings{McMullan2007AnEI, title={An Extended Implementation of the Great Deluge Algorithm for Course Timetabling}, author={Paul McMullan}, booktitle={International Conference on Computational Science}, year={2007} }