L19_Project Planning _ Management

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Lecture 19 Project Planning And Management Tools
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Project Planning Tools Chapter 7 – Project Planning GANTT Chart (Figure 7.3) CPM Chart (Figure 7.12) PERT Chart (Figure 7.15) GANTT: Developed by Henry Gantt CPM: Critical Path Method PERT: Program Evaluation and Review Technique
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GANTT Chart Projected/actual progress vs. time Time: horizontal axis Activity: vertical axis Adv: Clearly shows timeline, Projected vs. actual progress Project milestones Dis: Does not easily show task dependencies/precedence
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2001 2001 2000 2000 2002 2002 May , April , 2002 2002 Schedule and Milestones Demonstrate Power/Performance Tradeoffs using ARM/StrongARM models in TRIMARAN Extend and Validate Trimaran for PAC/C Challenge Applications Demonstrate Savings through Algorithm-Based Transformations Develop and Validate Power Models for ARM core Extend Power Models to StrongARM Demonstrate on StrongARM power*performance improvements Validate Code Generator for ARM core Extend Code Generator to StrongARM Continue work on Machine Dependent Compiler Optimizations, update Code Generator Demonstrate dynamic on-demand adaptability to changing energy constraints based on code swapping Demonstrate savings possible through use of advanced technology features Compiler Optimizations
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June , 2001 2001 2000 2000 2002 2002 June , 2002 2002 Schedule and Milestones Demonstrate Power/Performance Tradeoffs using StrongARM/XScale models in TRIMARAN Extend and Validate Trimaran for PAC/C Challenge Applications Demonstrate Savings through Algorithm-Based Transformations Develop and Validate Power Models for StrongARM core plus PCB bus to memory
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course ECE 4001 taught by Professor Frazier during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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