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Title of paper: A generalized net model of department timetable
Author(s):
Rangasamy Parvathi
Department of Mathematics,Vellalar College for Women, Erode – 638 012, Tamilnadu, India
paarvathis@rediffmail.com
S. P. Geetha
Department of Mathematics,Vellalar College for Women, Erode – 638 012, Tamilnadu, India
geetha_sams@rediffmail.com
Presented at: 11th IWGN, Sofia, 5 December 2010
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 7—13
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Abstract: In a series of research papers, the authors have studied some of the most important Generalized Net (GN) models of various situations. This paper is based on the case study of producing course timetable for a particular department in a college. The main focus is to analyse the process of preparing department timetable by using GNs as a tool. For this purpose, an algorithm has been developed using Visual Basic programming language.
Keywords: Generalized nets, Course timetable.
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