High school timetabling using selection hyperheuristics
Nasir Ahmed, Leena Hassan (2014) High school timetabling using selection hyperheuristics. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)]
Educational timetabling is a hard, challenging real world optimization problem which has been interest to researchers in the fields of optimization and artificial intelligence. This problem has many variants including examination timetabling, university course timetabling, and high school timetabling. In this study we focus on high school timetabling problem which requires scheduling of resources and events in time slots under a set of constraints.
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