Use of Evolutionary Algorithms for Telescope Scheduling (bibtex)
@inproceedings{RJBHW2002,
	_address = {Lund, Sweden},
	_day = {05},
	_month = {02},
	abstract = {LOFAR, a new radio telescope, will be designed to observe with up to 8 independent beams, thus allowing several simultaneous observations. Scheduling of multiple observations parallel in time, each having their own constraints, requires a more intelligent and flexible scheduling function then operated before.  
	  In support of the LOFAR radio telescope project, and in co-operation with Leiden University, Fokker Space has started a study to investigate the suitability of the use of evolutionary algorithms applied to complex scheduling problems. After a positive familiarisation phase, we now examine the potential use of evolutionary algorithms via a demonstration project. Results of the familiarisation phase, and the first results of the demonstration project are presented in this paper.},
	author = {R. Grim and M.L.M. Jansen and A. Baan and van Hemert, J.I. and H. de Wolf},
	booktitle = {Integrated Modeling of Telescopes},
	date-added = {2008-08-18 12:44:11 +0100},
	date-modified = {2016-03-18 11:47:27 +0000},
	editor = {Torben Anderson},
	keywords = {constraint satisfaction; scheduling; astronomy},
	pages = {51--61},
	pdf = {http://www.vanhemert.co.uk/publications/lund2002.Use_of_Evolutionary_Algorithms_for_Telescope_Scheduling.pdf},
	ps.gz = {http://www.vanhemert.co.uk/publications/lund2002.Use_of_Evolutionary_Algorithms_for_Telescope_Scheduling.ps.gz},
	publisher = {The International Society for Optical Engineering ({SPIE})},
	title = {Use of Evolutionary Algorithms for Telescope Scheduling},
	volume = {4757},
	year = {2002}}
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