Course Timetabling at a Tunisian University: a Case Study

@inproceedings{Dammak2008CourseTA,
  title={Course Timetabling at a Tunisian University: a Case Study},
  author={Abdelaziz Dammak and Abdelkarim Elloumi and Hichem Kamoun and Jacques A. Ferland},
  year={2008}
}
This paper deals with the Course Timetabling Problem at an institution in a Tunisian University. We introduce a heuristic procedure to construct a feasible timetable for all lectures and tutorials taken by different groups of each sub-section of any section. We describe the timetabling problem using a list of all specific hard and soft constraints. We formulate the problem as a set of linear constraints using two sets of binary variables corresponding to lectures and tutorials, respectively… CONTINUE READING

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