timetabling


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timetabling

(ˈtaɪmteɪblɪŋ)
n
the act of scheduling something to happen or do something at a particular time
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timetabling

[ˈtaɪmteɪblɪŋ] Nprogramación f

timetabling

[ˈtaɪmteɪblɪŋ] ngestion f des emplois du tempstime trial ncontre-la-montre mtime-worn timeworn [ˈtaɪmwɔːrn] adj (= old) → usé(e) par le temps (= used over a long period of time)time zone nfuseau m horaire
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In order to ensure the circumstances surrounding the train crewing and timetabling are clearly understood and learnt from, a body of work will be undertaken to address the issues outlined above.
The timetabling problem is one of the most difficult NP-hard problems that universities and educational institutions have to face every semester.
Planning the examination schedules manually has been widely used to solve the timetabling problem.
3) Difficulty of timetabling is a factor that affects all the other measures.
Commenting on the project, Dr Julian Moss, Timetabling Manager of Liverpool University said, “We are delighted to be working in conjunction with Scientia on defining what constitutes a quality timetable - the project will be a very useful learning experience and one that should benefit any institution reviewing or rethinking how they build their timetables.
Wren (1996) described timetabling as a special type of scheduling.
NETWORK Rail faces a K pounds 3 million fine for a timetabling failure which left some train companies unable to take bookings.
Papers are grouped in sections on timetabling, operations analysis, and rescheduling.
This problem can be resolved if we treat timetabling problem as a distributed problem, what is actually the real-life scenario.
The timetabling of the course reflects a trend in American universities more widely, I have now discovered, which is quite alien to my home setting in Scotland.
Ms Gill James, the secretary of Midland rail passenger watchdog, the Rail Users' Consultative Committee, said the authority would be taking the matter up with Central Trains at a timetabling meeting next week.