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A note on activity floats in activity-on-arrow networks

T Zhao, C-L Tseng
2003 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
In the context of activity-on-arrow (AOA) network representation, textbooks on project management, based on our survey, have for decades been using a popular formula to calculate free floats that may lead  ...  In this note, we present a correct version of the formula. Extensions of the proposed formula to other floats such as safety float and interference float are also discussed.  ...  activity in the network diagram that reverses all the arrows in the original one and treats the end node as the start node and vice versa.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2601636 fatcat:lkpffngmqzhzjot22v4obl7el4

Page 58 of Chemical Engineering Progress Vol. 57, Issue 11 [page]

1961 Chemical Engineering Progress  
of diagramming has been adopted In plac ing each arrow on the dia ram, the following five questions must be answered 1.  ...  The column called total float (TF) is the quantitative movement possible for each activity without af- fecting the activities on the Critical Path.  ... 

Page 81 of The Journal of the Operational Research Society Vol. 46, Issue 1 [page]

1995 The Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Notes on incorporating the algorithm in a PC project network analysis program are included in Appendix A.  ...  Their use of the activity-on-arrow formulation also requires additional care; each resource link can require the creation of several dummy activities.  ... 

The Effect Of Critical Activity On Critical Path And Project Duration In Precedence Diagram Method

J. Nisar, S. Halim
2018 Zenodo  
But, changing the duration of critical activities in the PDM network will have an anomalous effect on the critical path and the project completion date.  ...  In this study, we classified the critical activities in two groups i.e., 1. activity on single critical path and 2. activity on multi-critical paths, and six classes i.e., normal, reverse, neutral, perverse  ...  The classifications are described in detailed and depicted in figures as follows. Note that each arrow in the figures represents the critical path direction. A.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1474540 fatcat:qzx2s3tskjb45lh2vejyaunrsu

Unified Activity Network Model

Chris Hendrickson, Carlos Zozaya‐Gorostiza
1989 Journal of computing in civil engineering  
Activity network models are usually represented by activity-on-node precedence diagramming or activity-on-branch arrow diagramming.  ...  In this representation, a link can represent an activity or one of up to sixteen different precedence or window constraint types.  ...  INTRODUCTION For the past several decades, the activity-on-node (or precedence diagram) and the activity-on-branch (or arrow diagram) network models have been competing activity network representations  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)0887-3801(1989)3:2(192) fatcat:lvbdcjs54fb6vguk3czy4kq7ii

Page 103 of University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC Vol. 9, Issue 2 [page]

1987 University Computing : The Bulletin of the IUCC  
It should be noted that a network can have more than one critical path.  ...  Therefore the critical activities in the last example are a and c. The Total Float.  ... 

Page 315 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 114, Issue 2 [page]

1989 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
four noncritical activities. The total float of activities and the lag times be- tween them are shown in Table 1.  ...  The model has the following features: (a) it guarantees the optimum leveling; (b) it is applicable to activity-on-arrow, activity-on-node, and precedence net- works with single or multiple critical paths  ... 

Criticality in Resource Constrained Networks

J. A. Bowers
1995 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Notes on incorporating the algorithm in a PC project network analysis program are included in Appendix A.  ...  Their use of the activity-on-arrow formulation also requires additional care; each resource link can require the creation of several dummy activities.  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.1995.9 fatcat:o5fafhj4ezeajotzrjg5zlhfzq

CPM and PERT techniques for small-scale R&D projects

Marius Simion, Gabriela Vasile, Cristina Dinu, Roxana Scutariu
2019 SIMI 2019, Abstract Book  
If this precedence relationship is on the critical path, that means without no event slack or float time for activities, then some procurements delay may cause lag in the project's completion time.  ...  Thus a good estimation for procurement and research activities duration is needed for a Just-in-Time project.  ...  There are two types of diagrams: Activity on Arrow (AoA) and Activity on Node (AoN).  ... 
doi:10.21698/simi.2019.fp22 fatcat:jvgysl3p7zezdgbhvbm3lqrwcu

Viewpoints Index

2003 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
for the dynamic layout problem E Erel, JB Ghosh and JT Simon Integrated service network design for a cross-docking supply chain network CS Sung and SH Song Technical Note A note on activity floats in  ...  activity-on-arrow networks T Zhao and C-l Tseng Viewpoint The power of multi-methodology: some thoughts for John Mingers MC Jackson Mingers on the classification of philosophical assumptions FH Gregory  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2601684 fatcat:6o43uczbhzh4zjrzmb2shvcn3u

A New Networking Technique—The Beeline Diagramming Method

Seon-Gyoo Kim
2018 DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research  
This research proposes the Beeline Diagramming Method (BDM) as a new networking technique that can represent all kinds of overlapping relationships between activities.  ...  The Critical Path Method (CPM) has gradually increased in importance in the construction industry since the Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM) and the Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) were introduced in  ...  In the BDM network, however, a free float is calculated based on the beeline connecting points between two consecutive activities.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtetr/icmeit2018/23468 fatcat:4kkz6hkrlvcljep4uczdgm4y6m

Measuring Process Effectiveness Using Cpm/Pert

AJIBOYE Sule Adegoke
2011 International Journal of Business and Management  
The methods of CPM and PERT were used to analyze a process that delivers service to customers in an organization faced with the problem of providing additional parking space for its customers' trucks.  ...  In addition, the customers were happy with less time spent in the company's premises.  ...  This will reveal activities that must be completed before a particular activity can commence. 2) Each activity is represented by only one arrow in the network. 3) No two activities can have the same end  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v6n6p286 fatcat:xpggmbwqvbayfn6ir7xn3c56xm

Activity Cruciality as Measure of Network Schedule Structure Resilience [chapter]

Gunnar Lucko, Yi Su
2019 Proceedings of MICoMS 2017  
Research Limitations/Implications -Criticality had merely relied upon a single deterministic analysis of a network schedule to categorize activities as having zero or nonzero float from fixed relative  ...  Design/Methodology/Approach -This research hypothesizes that schedule structure plays a vital role in its ability to absorb or propagate delays.  ...  But in larger networks with multiple merges on parallel paths, this will not necessarily still be the case because the critical path may bypass a merge on a path that has some float.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s2516-285320190000002027 fatcat:jbdoipsahngmdj2m4lc7pywlcm

Quantization of Map-Based Neuronal Model for Embedded Simulations of Neurobiological Networks in Real-Time

Nikolai F. Rulkov, Ariel Mark Hunt, Peter N. Rulkov, Andrey G. Maksimov
2016 American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences  
realistic behavior both in large-scale network models for brain activity studies and in real-time operation of Central Pattern Generator network models for biomimetic robotics.  ...  We modify a map-based neuron model to enable simulations using only integer arithmetic and demonstrate a significant reduction of computation time in an embedded system using readily available, inexpensive  ...  Collaboration of NR with the MURI team working on large-scale neuronal network models for memory consolidation sponsored by ONR grant N000141310672 were very beneficial for inspiration of this study.  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajeassp.2016.973.984 fatcat:gllpesiq4rbblbidh5elhcccqu

Remote Oceanographic Instrumentation Integrated in a GRID Environment

S. Salon, P.-M. Poulain, E. Mauri, R. Gerin, D. Adami, F. Davoli
2009 Computational Methods in Science and Technology  
The management of a network of instruments deployed in the Mediterranean Sea is a complex task that may be greatly supported by the GRID technology.  ...  This paper presents the activity planned by the DORII EU-FP7 project concerning the floats and the glider.  ...  Note that bi-directional arrows 1, 2, 3 are related to glider that can be programmed by the Instrument element.  ... 
doi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.49-55 fatcat:blnrmqarlbc6ti53kv6tqnnjpm
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