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Re: timetabling for Universities

On Wed, 8 Feb 2006, Stephan Gromer wrote:

> Am Dienstag, 7. Februar 2006 22:18 schrieb Florian Kulzer:
> > We are currently looking for timetabling software which is suitable for
> > use at a University (a physics faculty in our case). We have a lot of
> > courses with widely varying numbers of hours in each study year, which
> > rules out genetic optimizers [...]
> Dear Florian,
> I am not an expert in this topic at all (so I'd probably better shouldn't 
> reply to your mail at all). Anyway, our (and many other german) university 
> (ies) is (are) using UnivIS (http://www.univis.de/) to organize all this if I 

And similarly, no idea as to the usefulness, a lecturer of mine years back 
(search for his timetable papers, and "useful links"):


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