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Title of paper: Solving the Problem of appointments using index matrices
Author(s):
Veselina Bureva
“Prof. Asen Zlatarov” University, 1 “Prof. Yakimov” Blvd, Burgas–8010, Bulgaria
vesito_ka@abv.bg
Evdokia Sotirova
“Prof. Asen Zlatarov” University, 1 “Prof. Yakimov” Blvd, Burgas–8010, Bulgaria
esotirova@btu.bg
Marina Moskova
“Prof. Asen Zlatarov” University, 1 “Prof. Yakimov” Blvd, Burgas–8010, Bulgaria
Eulalia Szmidt
Institute of System Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, 6 Newelska Str., 01–447 Warsaw, Poland
szmidt@ibspan.waw.pl
Presented at: 13th IWGN, London, 29 October 2012
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 43—48
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Abstract: In the paper will be presented a model which describes method for solving the Problem of appointments. For this purpose, we will use the theories of index matrices and generalized nets.
Keywords: Index matrix, Generalized net, Problem of appointments.
AMS Classification: 68Q85.
References:
  1. Atanassov, K. Generalized index matrices, Comptes rendus de l'Academie Bulgare des Sciences, Vol. 40, 1987, No. 11, 15–18.
  2. Atanassov, K. On index matrices, Part 1: Standard cases. Advanced Studies in Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 20, 2010, No. 2, 291–302.
  3. Atanassov, K. Generalized Nets. World Scientific, Singapore, 1991.
  4. Atanassov, K. On Generalized Nets Theory. “Prof. M. Drinov” Academic Publishing House, Sofia, 2007.
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