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UNIT 8 SUMMARY
The process of performing the forward and backward pass through …two. diagram to complete a network analysis has been demonstrated.
We have considered how the critical path is determined and what its significance is.
We have seen that although network analysis is extremely useful as a programming tool, graphically it may not always be the most communicable way to report a project schedule. Asa result, the linked bar chart is often preferred to the network diagram to illustrate the outputs of the network analysis process.
We have considered both Activity on the Arrow fAciAl and Activity on the Node (ALAN), or Precedence Network Diagrams.
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