Combinatorial aspects of construction of competition Dutch Professional Football Leagues

@article{Schreuder1990CombinatorialAO,
  title={Combinatorial aspects of construction of competition Dutch Professional Football Leagues},
  author={Jan A. M. Schreuder},
  journal={Discrete Applied Mathematics},
  year={1990},
  volume={35},
  pages={301-312}
}
Schreuder, J.A.M., Combinatorial aspects of construction of competition Dutch Professional Football Leagues, Discrete Applied Mathematics 35 (1992) 301-312. Competitions are defined as a set of meetings between a number of clubs at preset dates under preset rules. Such a problem can be divided in two subproblems: firstly developing a Home-Away schedule with oriented egde-colourings of complete graphs and secondly assigning the clubs to the Home-Away patterns with a clustering algorithm… CONTINUE READING

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