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Code:projecttimetableBeynon1996
Title:Third year project oral timetabling
Authors:Meurig Beynon, Simon Yung
Date:Jun-1996
Type:model
Funding:Acad - Academic research
Short description:Model of third year project oral timetabling
EM Technologies:ttyeden, tkeden, %eden, %scout
Keywords:simulation, editor
empublic references:
EMpress references:RE,EM and nature of knowing
Web site references:
Previous locations:~wmb/public/projects/misc/timetable
Tour:README

The third year students at Warwick Computer Science do a project which involves a presentation
towards the end. Some academic members of staff (eg supervisor, second assessor) attend the
presentation. All the presentations (which have sometimes numbered nearly 300) need to be
timetabled into the available rooms, taking account of academic's availability etc. There are
various kinds of error (eg two students might be timetabled to present at the same time in the
same room: a clash) - dependencies can be used to detect these automatically when the timetable
is changed.
This model was an early start at representing the dependencies present in this situation. [Ash]

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README 2426 03:25 PM Oct 03 2003 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
README.xml 1390 01:43 PM Oct 07 2003 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
README.xml~ 1389 01:30 PM Oct 07 2003 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
Run.e 25 02:55 PM Oct 03 2003 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
screenshot.gif 6218 03:26 PM Oct 03 2003 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
timetable.e 3731 02:35 PM Jun 19 1996 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
timetable.s 758 02:34 PM Jun 19 1996 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017
util.e 1975 12:51 PM May 25 1994 12:19 PM Jul 27 2017

empublic system initially created by Ashley Ward with assistance from Chris Roe and Meurig Beynon.