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====== A Team Scheduling problem ====== | ====== A Team Scheduling problem ====== | ||

- | Q: //I have the following problem.I am trying to organize a schedule for a set of team games. Here are the rules: | + | <code> |

+ | $ontext | ||

+ | I have the following problem.I am trying to organize a schedule for a set of team games. Here are the rules: | ||

* there are 7 teams: A,B,C,D,E,F,G | * there are 7 teams: A,B,C,D,E,F,G | ||

* a game requires 3 teams | * a game requires 3 teams | ||

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* one team will play 3 times | * one team will play 3 times | ||

* and the other 6 teams will each play two games | * and the other 6 teams will each play two games | ||

- | The team that plays 3 times must play each of the other teams the team that plays 3 times changes each week I can iterate all of the required games, but I cannot come up with an algorithm that will solve this problem.// | + | The team that plays 3 times must play each of the other teams the team that plays 3 times changes each |

- | | + | week I can iterate all of the required games, but I cannot come up with an algorithm that will |

- | Look at this model: | + | solve this problem. |

- | + | $offtext | |

- | <code> | + | |

set t teams /a,b,c,d,e,f,g/, | set t teams /a,b,c,d,e,f,g/, | ||

n game number /game-1*game-5/, | n game number /game-1*game-5/, |

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