A computer solution to the daily flight schedule problem.
Honour, Craig Gibson
Kodres, Uno R.
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A computer procedure to solve interactively the daily flight scheduling problem for training squadrons is proposed. The scheduling problem for a prototype squadron, Fighter Squadron One Hundred Twenty-one, is mathematically analyzed using graph coloring techniques. A procedure similar to published class scheduling solutions which uses an assignment algorithm is formulated. A computer program is then developed to demonstrate the procedure.
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