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Conference Proceedings

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Second International Conference on Computing Paradigms (International Journal of Control Theory and Applications), International Science Press., Volume 9, Issue 10, p.4509-4518 (2016)

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Abstract:

In this paper, a method which can generate academic project review panels by providing the Time Table (TT) of the faculties and a batch of students. The faculties and students in a college are allocated with a TT at the beginning of the academic year. The faculty TT contains the list of hours for which they have to engage a batch of students. The other hours are considered as their non-engaging hours. Likewise, in every final year student's TT there are fixed time slots for their projects. The area of concentration in this paper is to generate a review panel such that the non-engaged slots from the faculty's timetable are matching with the project hours of the batch so that, a review panel can be generated and allocated. The number of members in each project review panel is determined by the project coordinator. When the algorithm is used, the time, the effort, and the accuracy for generation of the review panel are far better than the one generated manually. © International Science Press.

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Cite this Research Publication

Thushara M. G., Jayaprakash, V., and A. Kumar, P., “Panel generation as an application of genetic algorithm”, Second International Conference on Computing Paradigms (International Journal of Control Theory and Applications), vol. 9, no. 10. International Science Press., pp. 4509-4518, 2016.