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• ###### 105. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
prometheuzz wrote:
cotton.m wrote:
This thread seems a bit pointless...
Yeah I know. But "they" still seem to be coming in and adding "plz send me codes" to the it. :|
• ###### 106. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
cotton.m wrote:
prometheuzz wrote:
cotton.m wrote:
This thread seems a bit pointless...
Yeah I know. But "they" still seem to be coming in and adding "plz send me codes" to the it. :|
It's only 3 years old. I doubt the Indian (given the names of most of the pundits) school curiculums for Java change rapidly enough to remove that assignment from the teaching material in less than 5...
• ###### 107. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
I'm locking this fly-paper.
• ###### 108. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
kajbj wrote:
I'm locking this fly-paper.
Spoilsport!
• ###### 109. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
Hi ,
I am too interested in the problem . The complexity of the problem is really challenging.

I prefer before we continue further , we must have a common problem description .

I would describe the problem as :
Given working days (WD) and time slots per day (TPD) and different batches of students(like a Standard II,section A in school).

We need to
make subsequent assignments of lessons to the individual time slots unless all the batches have been assigned a lesson for each time-slot over a cycle(cycle is usually a week), an assignment is defined as :

A = (T, G, R, S, L)

T: set of teachers (usually singleton)

G: set of group(s) of students involved (a whole batch, subset of batch or groups from different batches)

R: a room has finite distance from other rooms and a strength that it can accommodate,
could be suitable for some lessons and has some resources (like projectors , PC at each desk , facility of a chemistry lab etc).

S : a set of consecutive time slots ( lessons may have span over multiple time slots)

L: represents a subject to teach.
• ###### 110. Re: Optimized Timetable Generator Algorithm
Welcome to the forum. Please don't post in threads that are long dead and don't hijack other threads. When you have a question, start your own topic. Feel free to provide a link to an old post that may be relevant to your problem.