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Nov
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comment Heuristics for planning trips with transitions?
@Nate: my questions came from some disappointment with TCAT trip planner
Nov
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comment Heuristics for planning trips with transitions?
@Nate: you are joking right? :) They will not have time to listen to my questions. it is homework of daily life, and what other homework would you like it to be?
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comment Heuristics for planning trips with transitions?
@black: by optimal, it means taking the least time, and if the time length is the same, taking the least number of transitions (in the bus example, you only pay for the bus fare once for a trip)
Nov
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comment Heuristics for planning trips with transitions?
Yes If you think that trip planning in daily life is homework. A good plan is a suboptimal plan, but still better than a blind choice. It is true that suboptimal plans are not unique (optimal plans might be not unique either), but heuristics for developing suboptimal plans will help us to achieve better than a blind plan. Moreover, I guess it is possible that we can achieve optimal plans using heuristics.
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comment Explain this interaction between a traveller, a boy and a bag of bread in Nepal?
Thanks! But is that black thing a dog?
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