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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The scheduling of exams in institutions of higher education is known to be a highly constrained problem. The advent of modularity in many institutions in the UK has resulted in a significant increase in its complexity, imposing even more difficulties on university administrators who must find a solution, often without any computer aid. Of the many methods that have been applied to solving the problem automatically, evolutionary techniques have shown much promise due to their general purposedoi:10.1007/3-540-61794-9_63 fatcat:32qryojaenfqdmou4xeyswo25a