School Timetabling---A Case in Large Binary Integer Linear Programming
A timetabling problem is formulated as a large integer linear programming problem in 0-1 variables. A solution method based on Lagrangean relaxation coupled with subgradient optimization is presented. The solution method also incorporates a branch and bound procedure which takes advantage of special ordered sets of variables. We present computational results for a large timetabling problem involving 900 subjects in a one-year graduate program.
Volume (Year): 30 (1984)
Issue (Month): 12 (December)
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