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| FET v6.1.5
FET v6.1.5 Free software for automatically scheduling the timetable of a school, high-school or university. It uses a fast and efficient timetabling algorithm. FET is free software, licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or later. You can freely use, copy, modify and redistribute it Localized to ar (Arabic), ca (Catalan), cs (Czech), da (Danish), de (German), el (Greek), en_GB (British English), en_US (US English, default), es (Spanish), eu (Basque), fa (Persian), fr (French), gl (Galician), he (Hebrew), hu (Hungarian), id (Indonesian), it (Italian), ja (Japanese), lt (Lithuanian), mk (Macedonian), ms (Malay), nl (Dutch), pl (Polish), pt_BR (Brazilian Portuguese), ro (Romanian), ru (Russian), si (Sinhala), sk (Slovak), sq (Albanian), sr (Serbian), tr (Turkish), uk (Ukrainian), uz (Uzbek), vi (Vietnamese), zh_CN (Chinese Simplified) and zh_TW (Chinese Traditional) (incompletely for some languages) Fully automatic generation algorithm, allowing also semi-automatic or manual allocation Platform independent implementation, allowing running on GNU/Linux, Windows, Mac and any system that Qt supports Flexible modular XML format for the input file, allowing editing with an XML editor or by hand (besides FET interface) Import/export from CSV format The resulted timetables are exported into HTML, XML and CSV formats Flexible students structure, organized into sets: years, groups and subgroups. FET allows overlapping years and groups and non-overlapping subgroups. You can even define individual students (as separate sets) Each constraint has a weight percentage, from 0.0% to 100.0% (but some special constraints are allowed to have only 100% weight percentage) Limits for the algorithm: Maximum number of working days per week: 1000 Maximum ...
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