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== Bus Timer ==
 
== Bus Timer ==
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Authors: Arash Haj, Bijan Karrobi, Dashaylan Naidoo
 
===What is the problem?===
 
===What is the problem?===
 
As for many students and residents of Vancouver, public transportation is critical in how we commute to work, school, or places around Vancouver not quickly accessible via walking.  There is a lack, despite the high volume of commuters, of an application that helps give reliable and easy to read timings for buses near a person.  We want to alleviate the stress of wondering which bus a person should take by giving them the list of buses they could take depending on their location and what time they want to depart or arrive.
 
As for many students and residents of Vancouver, public transportation is critical in how we commute to work, school, or places around Vancouver not quickly accessible via walking.  There is a lack, despite the high volume of commuters, of an application that helps give reliable and easy to read timings for buses near a person.  We want to alleviate the stress of wondering which bus a person should take by giving them the list of buses they could take depending on their location and what time they want to depart or arrive.

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Bus Timer

Authors: Arash Haj, Bijan Karrobi, Dashaylan Naidoo

What is the problem?

As for many students and residents of Vancouver, public transportation is critical in how we commute to work, school, or places around Vancouver not quickly accessible via walking. There is a lack, despite the high volume of commuters, of an application that helps give reliable and easy to read timings for buses near a person. We want to alleviate the stress of wondering which bus a person should take by giving them the list of buses they could take depending on their location and what time they want to depart or arrive.

What is the something extra?

What is the in-depth aspect you will do? If the problem is related to some other group's project, tell us how they fit together. If in doubt, include the information.

What did we learn from doing this?

(This should be written after you have done the work.) What is the bottom-line? Is logic programming suitable for (part-of) the task? Make sure you include the evidence for your claims.