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Auto class selector #50

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samyex6 opened this issue Jan 16, 2016 · 4 comments
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Auto class selector #50

samyex6 opened this issue Jan 16, 2016 · 4 comments
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@samyex6
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@samyex6 samyex6 commented Jan 16, 2016

If a course has too many tutorials to choose from, the timetable will look nasty and difficult to decide.
So I'm planning to add a feature which will give you the best solution.

This selector only gives solutions that don't have collision on tutorials, which means lectures can have the same timeslot with tutorials.

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@catmanjan catmanjan commented Jan 17, 2016

Great idea, need a checkbox that allows users to see clashes in case they want to pick a clashed time.

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@samyex6 samyex6 commented Feb 3, 2016

Is this builder designed for web users?
I'm thinking about popping up a selection window/div to list the combinations, although it might not suit the mobile users.

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@catmanjan catmanjan commented Feb 3, 2016

I would like to support mobiles, but the whole format of a timetable does not suit phones very well.

I suppose for now we just develop with computers in mind

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@samyex6 samyex6 commented Feb 6, 2016

The more course tutorial choice, the more combinations.

For example. ENGN2217, ENGN2218, ENGN2219, MATH1003, MATH1013, MATH1014 gives 86400000 different results without any choosing.

Normally people won't choose 6 courses, but even that, if we exclude MATH1013 and 1014, it takes around 10 seconds to give 5 results for each clashes.

E.g. 5 results for 0 clashes combination, 5 results for 1 and so on...
And since the number is too big, jQuery's queue() will result in a stack overflow error.

So now we are facing an optimising issue..

Haven't write an UI yet: https://rawgit.com/samyex6/anutimetable/master/
In console, use Magic.cast() to see effects.

@samyex6 samyex6 added the enhancement label Feb 7, 2016
@samyex6 samyex6 mentioned this issue Feb 17, 2016
@samyex6 samyex6 added the v2 label Feb 22, 2018
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