Combinatorial aspects of construction of competition Dutch Professional Football Leagues
Schreuder, Jan A.M. (1992) Combinatorial aspects of construction of competition Dutch Professional Football Leagues. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 35 (3). pp. 301-312. ISSN 0166-218X
|Abstract:||Competitions are defined as a set of meetings between a number of clubs at preset dates under preset rules. Such a problem can be divided in two subproblems: firstly developing a Home-Away schedule with oriented egde-colourings of complete graphs and secondly assigning the clubs to the Home-Away patterns with a clustering algorithm.
Theoretical and real world aspects will be demonstrated by the construction of the Dutch Professional Football (US: soccer) Leagues.
|Copyright:||© 1992 Elsevier Science|
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