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Chapter6 - Chapter 6 Summary Time Management Key Terms...

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Chapter 6 Summary: Time Management Key Terms Activity on Arrow (AOA) or Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM)- a network diagramming technique in which activities are represented by arrows ant connected at points called nodes to illustrate their sequence. Backward pass- determining the late start and late finish for each activity on a network diagram. Baseline dates- the planned schedule dates for activities in a Gantt chart. Buffer- additional time to complete a task, added to an estimate to account for various factors. Burst- when a single node is followed by two or more activities on a network diagram. Crashing- a technique foe making cost and schedule tradeoff to obtain the greatest amount of schedule compression for the least incremental cost. Critical Chain scheduling- a scheduling method which takes into account limited resources and includes buffers to protect the project completion date.
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