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|Title:||Scheduling a major college basketball conference - Revisited|
|Source:||Henz, M. (2001). Scheduling a major college basketball conference - Revisited. Operations Research 49 (1) : 163-168. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Nemhauser and Trick presented the problem of finding a timetable for the 1997/1998 Atlantic Coast Conference (AAC) in basketball. Their solution, found with a combination of integer programming and exhaustive enumeration, was accepted by the ACC. Finite-domain constraint programming is another programming technique that can be used for solving combinatorial search problems such as sports tournament scheduling. This paper presents a solution of round-robin tournament planning based on finite-domain constraint programming. The approach yields a dramatic performance improvement, which makes an integrated interactive software solution feasible.|
|Source Title:||Operations Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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