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2008 4th International IEEE Conference Intelligent Systems
Course timetabling is the process of allocating, subject to constraints, limited rooms and timeslots for a set of courses to take place. Usually, in addition to constructing a feasible timetable (all constraints satisfied), there are desirable goals like minimising the number of undesirable allocations (e.g. courses timetabled in the last timeslot of the day). The construction of course timetables is regarded as a complex problem common to a wide range of educational institutions. The greatdoi:10.1109/is.2008.4670447 fatcat:7skfnekfmra73crc7gi5pc7g7y