Optimisation strategy (A, B, D, E)

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Untis offers five different strategies for the generation of your timetable. These strategies offer different levels of complexity. Strategy A represents the lowest and Strategy E the highest level of complexity. As a general rule, the more complex the optimisation strategy, the better the result, but the longer it takes the software to compute the result. The differences between the individual strategies are described in a later chapter.





Strategy A - fast optimisation


Strategy B - complex optimisation


Strategy D - complex %-placement


Strategy E - overnight optimisation