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What Good is a Scheduling Competition?- Insights from the IPC

By Terry Zimmerman

Abstract

The intention of this paper is twofold: 1) Review the International Planning Competition events that have been held to date with respect to their design, features that worked well and less well, and their reported evaluation results, and 2) Direct attention to those aspects and insights based on IPC experience that are most relevant to the possible design of a scheduling competition, and indeed whether the evidence supports development of an IPC-like competition for the scheduling community

Year: 2011
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