Minimal Perturbation Problem in Course Timetabling


Many real-life problems are dynamic, with changes in the problem definition occurring after a solution to the initial formulation has been reached. The minimal perturbation problem incorporates these changes, along with the initial solution, as a new problem whose solution must be as close as possible to the solution of an initial problem. A new iterative… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/11593577_8


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