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From: Carlos
Subject: Fwd: Re: Help
Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 11:11:08 +0000
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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Help
Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 10:44:04 +0000
From: Carlos <address@hidden>
To: Vidhya Subramanian <address@hidden>
References: <address@hidden>

Have a look at these papers:
-Contraint Based Time tabling -a case study. Martin Hentz and Jorg 
Wurtz, Applied Artificial Intelligence, 10:439-453,1996
-University Course Timetabling using constraint handling rules. Slim 
 Abdennadher and Michael Marte. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 

Regarding suggestions to write prolog code, I would have a look at the 
existing examples ( i think they r quite a few somewhere in and also the Bratko book.

hope it helps,


Vidhya Subramanian wrote:

>Respected sir/madam,
>     I am an engineering student from India seeking
>your assistance.
>     I am going to do a project in 'course
>timetabling'. I have decided to use Constraint Logic
>Programming for searching a feasible solution. I have
>thought to implement it in Porlog. Kindly give me your
>valuable suggestions/important points to be taken care
;of while writing a prolog code for this project.
>     My project is used for scheduling classes for
>final year, third year, second year and M.E. students
>of Computer Science And Engineering Department.
>     I also need ideas of how to represent the
>slots/cells in the timetable and how to give the
>Thanking You,
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