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Sched-SPM is a C++ schedule generator for software project staffing and rescheduling based on Genetic Algorithm (GA) and Hill Climbing (HC). This preliminary tool is mainly for academic purpose.
It is implemented with GALib (http://lancet.mit.edu/ga/), an open-source toolkit of Genetic Algorithms in various platforms including Unix and Windows. The input and output files of the software are required as XML format. The input file includes tasks' and employees' information according to predefined file format. The generated output XML file is accordance with Microsoft Project 2010 and could be open and edited within MS Project. It supports automated scheduling and rescheduling.
Parameters of GA such as population size, generation number, mutation probability, and crossover probability, and human factors such as learning, communication overhead, learning, and schedule pressure, could be controlled by users.
- Supporting both automated scheduling and rescheduling
- Considering human factors in staffing, such as communication overhead, learning, skill fitness, and schedule pressure
- Generating schedules in XML compatible with MS Project
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