Network models, Operation Research

These models are applied to the management ( planning controlling and scheduling ) of large scale projects. PERT/ CPM techniques help in identifying potential trouble spots in a project through the identification of the critical path. These techniques improve project co ordination and enable the efficient use of resources, network methods are also used to determine time cost trade off resource allocation and updating of activity times.

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