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Windows Thread, School Timetable software in Technical; Originally Posted by Soulfish typically you prototype using a logic programming language like ECLiPSe (a dialect of prolog Darn. I ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulfish View Post
    typically you prototype using a logic programming language like ECLiPSe (a dialect of prolog
    Darn. I was fine up until you said "Prolog". Thankyou very much for the links to the background reading, I'll have a go and see what I can figure out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    The timetabling (or "rostering") problem is NP-Complete. --David Hicks
    Haven't heard that phrase in a while!

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    Was just browsing schoolforge.net and came across:

    FET

    Anyone seen/used this at all?

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    I've always wondered why these pieces of software look like they were designed on windows 3.1?

    Some of the colour schemes are horrendous

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    So, has anyone had a chance of loading this (FET) software and trying it?

    I'm assuming that as it is on schoolforge then it should be pretty safe to install?
    It has a .ro address which I think must be Romania - safe to use do you think?

    Thanks

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