Explain critical path and chain, Data Structure & Algorithms

1.  Using the traditional method of CPM:

a.  What activities are on the critical path?

b.  What is the expected total lead time of the project?

2.  Using CCPM:

a.  What is the duration time for activities B, D and G?

b.  What activities are on the critical chain?

c.   Where should the Feeding Buffer(s) be positioned?

d.  How large is the Project Buffer?

e.  What is the expected total lead time for the project?

 

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