Curriculum based course timetabling: new solutions to Udine benchmark instances

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We present an integer programming approach to the university course timetabling problem, in which weekly lectures have to be scheduled and assigned to rooms. Students’ curricula impose restrictions as to which courses may not be scheduled in parallel. Besides some hard constraints (no two courses in the same room at the same time, etc.), there are several… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10479-010-0700-7

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@article{Lach2012CurriculumBC, title={Curriculum based course timetabling: new solutions to Udine benchmark instances}, author={Gerald Lach and Marco E. L{\"u}bbecke}, journal={Annals OR}, year={2012}, volume={194}, pages={255-272} }