Distributed examination timetabling Academic Article uri icon


  • Most commercial and academic organizations are currently constructing their timetables by some central authority. However, many of those organizations are, in fact, composed of several departments that need to timetable their activities in an independent way. If such organizations allow each department to manage its own timetable, then the timetables of all the departments must be combined to yield a coherent, consistent solution. Multi-Agent System (MAS) technology is the concurrent paradigm that can be used to achieve the …

publication date

  • January 1, 2004