A schedule or a timetable, as a basic time-management tool, consists of a list of times at which possible tasks, events, or actions are intended to take place, or of a sequence of events in the chronological order in which such things are intended to take place. The process of creating a schedule — deciding how to order these tasks and how to commit resources between the variety of possible tasks — is called scheduling, and a person responsible for making a particular schedule may be called a scheduler. Making and following schedules is an ancient human activity.Some scenarios associate "this kind of planning" with learning "life skills".
Schedules are necessary, or at least useful, in situations where individuals need to know what time they must be at a specific location to receive a specific service, and where people need to accomplish a set of goals within a set time period.
Schedules can usefully span both short periods, such as a daily or weekly schedule, and long-term planning with respect to periods of several months or years. They are often made using a calendar, where the person making the schedule can note the dates and times at which various events are planned to occur. Schedules that do not set forth specific times for events to occur may instead list algorithmically an expected order in which events either can or must take place.
In some situations, schedules can be uncertain, such as where the conduct of daily life relies on environmental factors outside human control. People who are vacationing or otherwise seeking to reduce stress and achieve relaxation may intentionally avoid having a schedule for a certain period of time.
Hey y'all! I'm about to enter my second year of undergrad as a double major in Physics and Vocal Music. I am still exploring a lot of what physics has to offer, but I'm very intrigued by biophysics.
I recently found a paper on the mechanics behind cell differentiation during embryonic...
A computer program that was supposed to handle this was bought and tried, and it made a mess of it, so the idea is that perhaps it would be easier to give a strategy to someone (computer savvy, but an amateur, not a professional ) to program (not requiring too much power of the computer on which...
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We have the following tasks with the respective times of execution:
\begin{equation*}\begin{matrix}T_1/5 & T_2/4 & T_3/8 & T_4/3 & T_5/4 & T_6/6 & T_7/8 & T_8/3 & T_9/5 & T_{10}/3\end{matrix}\end{equation*} The tasks $T_3,T_4$ have as prerequisite the task $T_2$, the tasks $T_5, T_6...
First post and I'm wondering if I could get some help. I'm new to queueing theory so I'm not sure how to solve this problem.
Population-------------> Queue--------------> Server
I have a calling population that is infinite or a vast amount. The queue capacity is limited at 13. There is 1...
Here we are, the end of the year and it is time to think about how I will track my commitments/time/to-do lists for next year. For about the past decade plus I have been a Molskine (http://www.moleskinerie.com/), either daily or weekly planner. I am considering a Hobonichi Techo Planner...
Hi everyone,
a problem that seems mathematical in nature came to my mind at work a few days ago, and I wonder if anyone can help me with it.
Basically, we are given a schedule of when certain biological assays take place, e.g. assay A will take place each even week of the year starting on week...
Hi all,
this spring will be my first semester in Boston University's LEAP program which is a program designed for non-engineering bachelor's degree students to earn their MEng or MS Eng in 3 years. I'm currently looking at the ECE program planning sheet and am not quite sure what classes to...
I need to choose one more math class to reach a full-time status for next fall.
So far I am already taking Classical Mech I from Physics Dept, Analysis I and PDE from Math Dept.
I hear Analysis is already time-consuming hard class and I guess PDE isn't easy either, so I am considering to...
It's been 40 years since engineering school, so I could use some help.
We have a subdivision dinner club. Each year, a leader sets up the schedule.
Knowns:
Number of couples, usually around 16
Number of dinners attended each season, 4
Number of couples per home, usually 4 including the...
Just to start off, I'm kind of in a hurry while writing this, but hopefully it will all make sense and if not I should be able to clear up any misunderstandings a little later.
I'm a sophomore majoring in applied physics. I haven't been able to start the general physics (calculus based) until...
(If there is confusion about course content, see links at bottom of post for course descriptions.)
So looking ahead to the next 3 semesters, I can plainly see what classes I NEED to take for Physics.. but they leave room for courses in other disciplines -- for example Engineering, Computer...
Hey I'm currently headed off to University at Buffalo this fall for math and I'm stuck on scheduling. So far I know I'm talking Calculus II, but I'm not sure what else to take. What classes should I take as a freshman math major?
So summer schedules came out today and they completely messed me up. I was planning on taking Circuit Analysis I, Philosophy, Intro Engineering, and Linear Algebra.
Now I'm an EE major but my school does not require Linear Algebra, however I felt like I was missing something by not taking it...
I am transferring to a new school and also transitioning from taking a more part-time class load to a full-time and want to maintain a reasonable course load. I will be taking
Modern Physics
Math Methods of Physics
Sophomore Lab
What I want to know is whether or not I should take Linear...
So I am a freshman that is done his first year, I took the Cal 1 and 2 sequence along with the calculus based physics course at my university. I only earned a C in calculus 2 but I do not think it will be a problem as I am quite sure I will be able to get the necessary waivers signed.As the...
Edit:Damnit, forgot to finish the title. Sorry! "Nervous about scheduling courses for next two years"
I met with my faculty mentor today and I'd like some quick advice about classes for next semester. I'm a semester behind in physics (but all my general education requirements are done, just...
I'm planning to learn two different things for this month. Due to time constraints and other factors, however, I am only able to read on one of them each day.
My question then is that would it be better if I learned the 1st material first for half the month, and then go on to the other one...
So I scheduled classes for my first year of college which begins this fall last week but found myself with a little problem. Each freshman has to take a "frontiers" course, a seminar type course designed for freshman. The one I had selected was about screenwriting, the problem being it's...
Next year scheduling! Please help!
So i have a choice of 2 schedules next year, them being:
AP Calculus BC (Calc I + II)
AP Statistics
AP Physics C (Calculus based)
AP Literature
Art 2-D (required)
Dual-enrollment class
or
AP Calculus BC (Calc I + II)
AP Environmental Science
AP...
Hello physics forum! First let me say this site is excellent for insight into this wonderful subject! I've learned a tremendous amount just by surfing the forums in the short period of time that I've been here.
Now for my reason in posting...
I am currently a senior in high school preparing...
It'll be my first real semester this fall for my PhD. I had a bunch of questions about scheduling, but I think I found a way to answer them all by asking a fairly simple question.
For those of you who have recently graduated (last 10-20 years), how many required quantum courses did you take...
I am trying to simulate the performance of a web booking/scheduling system and although there are many features of this problem that intrigue me the one currently giving me fits is demonstrated below.
Assume that a dentist has 8 appointments per day and that each appointment time is equally...
I am starting my junior year at a big school (University of Florida) and I just transferred in from a local community college. I am an EE major and I want to have a physics minor. My advisor told me that I should probably wait before taking Modern Physics (Phy III). My classes look like this...
I posted this in the probability and statistics forum, but I didn't get a nibble. Anyone here care to make a suggestion?
The probability that project a will be complete at time t after it begins is given as:
\[ p_a(t) = \left\{ \begin{array}{ll}
0 & \mbox{if t \leq t_1$}...
The probability that project a will be complete at time t after it begins is given as:
\[ p_a(t) = \left\{ \begin{array}{ll}
0 & \mbox{if t \leq t_1$} \\
\frac {(t - t_1)}{t_2-t_1} & \mbox{if t_1 \leq t \leq t_2$} \\
1 & \mbox{if t_2 \leq...