Course Scheduling in University using Agent Exploration in Timetable Media
Jamaludin Hakima, Sri Hartatib, , ,
Course scheduling in University is still a study area that is interesting for researchers to explore and search its optimization . Scheduling optimization still depends on the needs of a University. Manual scheduling is still the most commonly used option, but it requires a skilled and expert person or person who has been accustomed to do so. However, the result still needs a lot of corrections. Course scheduling in College/University in Indonesia using semester credit system (SKS) is a challenge in making course schedule. Some scheduling methods have been proposed in several studies such as genetic methods , integer programming  and other methods using other agents  . In the previous studies, the generated schedules must still be adjusted and or inflexible when there are changes in the schedule or its pattern, and its model cannot be applied to all Colleges/Universities in Indonesia using semester credit system (SKS). This study offers a method which is referring to the constrains/conditions in Universities but still flexible in its formation and change. Agent will explore timetable media to locate time cell/slot corresponding to the scheduling using credit system (SKS).
Jamaludin Hakim et al., International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends
Volume 3, Issue 3, March-2016, pp. 112-118
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