Re: [tablix-list] timeblocks and timeblocks_sameday modules

From: Antonio Duran <adminies.elbrocenseREMOVE@THISedu.juntaextremadura.net>
Date: Thu Nov 03 2005 - 09:19:49 CET

Hi.

El mié, 02-11-2005 a las 18:39 +0100, Tomaz Solc escribió:
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> Hi
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> > Well, this sounds great, becasuse it's true it seems hard for tablix to
> > do the consecutive thing.
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> > I looked at the genetic alg recently, and thought about something
> > similar to what you say in the blog, although i haven't done any
> > research yet: we would divide the genetic alg in parts, and each module
> > would ask for some of them.
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> If want to add any ideas or suggestions there I can send you the edit
> password for the wiki.

Well, I think i don't know tablix so well yet, but i hope i will in the
near future, so then i can ask you for it.

I want to ask you about something i was thinking of last week: wouldn`t
it make sense to always use much higher values with timeplace and
sametime modules thant with the rest of them?
I read the docs and they say you should put higher values on mandatoy
restrictions. All my restrictions are mandatory (a lot by law) so i set
similar weights for all modules: the result was that tablix could not
find any solution with only two classes. After looking at the genetic
alg and your sample data, i put much higher values in timeplace and
sametime, and a solution was found in minutes.

So i would like to know if this is only a coincidence (i don't think
so), or it is what should always be done, in wich case you could add it
to the docs.

Best regards,
Antonio.

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> It used to be open for anyone to edit but recently the amount of spam
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> Best regards
> Tomaz Solc
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