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Manuel Pérez-Moríñigo
University of Salamanca
Víctor Merchán-Montero
University of Salamanca
José Luis Martín-Pérez
University of Salamanca
Vol. 8 No. 1 (2019), Articles, pages 5-12
Accepted: May 8, 2019
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A multi-agent architecture has been developed for tutorial assignation scheduling. It has two main types of agents: the students and the teachers. These two are coordinated by an algorithm which assigns the classes in order of arrival. The architecture will provide the necessary tools to the students, so they get the maximum profit from the tutorials. Students and Lecturers can coordinate their tutorial meeting in an efficient way with the help of the multi-agent system.


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