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Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling III : Third International Conference, Patat 2000 Konstanz, Germany, August 16-18, 2000 Selected Papers - Edmund Burke

Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling III

Third International Conference, Patat 2000 Konstanz, Germany, August 16-18, 2000 Selected Papers

By: Edmund Burke (Editor), Wilhelm Erben (Editor)

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This volume is the third in an ongoing series of books that deal with the state of the art in timetabling research. It contains a selection of the papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on the Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling (PATAT 2000) held in Constance, Germany, on August 16{18th, 2000. The conference, once again, brought together researchers, practitioners, and vendors from all over the world working on all aspects of computer-aided timetable generation. The main aim of the PATAT conference series is to serve as an international and inter-disciplinary forum for new timetabling research results and directions. The conference series particularly aims to foster mul- disciplinary timetabling research. Our eld has always attracted scientists from a number of traditional domains including computer science and operational - search and we believe that the cross-fertilisation of ideas from di erent elds and disciplines is a very important factor in the future development of timetabling research. The Constance conference certainly met these aims. As can be seen from the selection of papers in this volume, there was a wide range of interesting approaches and ideas for a variety of timetabling application areas and there were delegates from many di erent disciplines. It is clear that while considerable progress is being made in many areas of timetabling research, there are a number of important issues that researchers still have to face. In a contribution to the previous PATAT conference, George M.

Course and School Timetabling
A Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm for the Class/Teacher Timetabling Problemp. 3
Some Complexity Aspects of Secondary School Timetabling Problemsp. 18
A Generic Object-Oriented Constraint-Based Model for University Course Timetablingp. 28
A Co-evolving Timeslot/Room Assignment Genetic Algorithm Technique for University Timetablingp. 48
A Comprehensive Course Timetabling and Student Scheduling System at the University of Waterloop. 64
Examination Timetabling
Examination Timetables and Tabu Search With Longer-Term Memoryp. 85
Tabu Search Techniques for Examination Timetablingp. 104
A Multicriteria Approach to Examination Timetablingp. 118
A Grouping Genetic Algorithm for Graph Colouring and Exam Timetablingp. 132
Employee Timetabling
Cyclical Staff Scheduling Using Constraint Logic Programmingp. 159
A Hyperheuristic Approach to Scheduling a Sales Summitp. 176
Solving Rostering Tasks as Constraint Optimizationp. 191
Assigning Resources to Constrained Activitiesp. 213
Other Timetabling and Related Problems
Fleet Scheduling Optimization: A Simulated Annealing Approachp. 227
A Schedule-Then-Break Approach to Sports Timetablingp. 242
Three Methods to Automate the Space Allocation Process in UK Universitiesp. 254
Practical Considerations and General Issues
Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling and Timetablingp. 277
Graph Colouring by Maximal Evidence Edge Addingp. 294
Modelling Timetabling Problems with STTLp. 309
A Language for Specifying Complete Timetabling Problemsp. 322
A Software Architecture for Timetable Constructionp. 342
Other Timetabling Presentations
Other Timetabling Presentationsp. 353
Author Indexp. 359
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ISBN: 9783540424215
ISBN-10: 3540424210
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics,
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 364
Published: 1st August 2001
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.98
Weight (kg): 0.53