Started by alex, September 09, 2014, 04:41:35 PM
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Quote from: alex on September 10, 2014, 11:57:47 AMYes, I could do this. The actual problem is that the same group (for example A1) is split in different ways according to the lesson. So, I need two subgroups for Informatics, an alternative splitting (of the same group) for Theology and another for Gym (since some students are available because of not participating in this lesson). All students who are free (from the above lessons) can have music lessons (as individual students). Mathematically and according to the available features of FET I should divide (split) the A1 group into 8 subgroups (2^3) in order to cover all possible combinations. And this should happen for virtually all groups of my school. If FET had the feature of splitting a group into multiple layers of subgroups, the "description" of the problem would be easier (or at least I think so).
Quote from: alex on September 10, 2014, 05:25:03 PMI've already tried splitting "Years" into "Categories". This results in "Groups". The problem is that dividing a "Year" into "Categories", automatically generates "Subgroups" for each one of the divided-into-categories "Year", at least for the FET version that I use (5.18.0).
Quote from: alex on September 10, 2014, 05:25:03 PMThe ultimate problem is that I need a timetable where each student has to be arranged to have a lesson as an individual with his/her teacher. [...]