Core Scheduling Papers: #5
Calculating and Using Float
Origin of Float
The concept of schedule float is the creation of the Critical Path Method (CPM) of
scheduling. Before 1957 float only had one meaning now it has several.
The origins of scheduling and

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 6:
FORECASTING
1
Objectives
At the end, student will be able to;
Understand and know when to use various
families of forecasting models.
Compare moving averages, exponential
smoothing and trend time-series models.
Sea

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 6:
FORECASTING
1
Objectives
At the end, student will be able to;
Understand and know when to use various
families of forecasting models.
Compare moving averages, exponential
smoothing and trend time-series models.
Sea

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 4:
Decision Analysis
1
Objectives
At the end, student will be able to;
List the steps of the decision-making process.
Describe the types of decision-making environments.
Make decision under uncertainty.
Use probabil

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 4:
Decision Analysis
1
Objectives
At the end, student will be able to;
List the steps of the decision-making process.
Describe the types of decision-making environments.
Make decision under uncertainty.
Use probabil

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 4:
Decision Analysis
1
Objectives
At the end, student will be able to;
List the steps of the decision-making process.
Describe the types of decision-making environments.
Make decision under uncertainty.
Use probabil

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 7:
Index Numbers
1
Objectives
To understand the concept of an index
number
To scale number series for comparative
purposes
To construct a Laspeyre Index
To construct a Paasche Index
To understand the Retail Prices I

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 7:
Index Numbers
1
Objectives
To understand the concept of an index
number
To scale number series for comparative
purposes
To construct a Laspeyre Index
To construct a Paasche Index
To understand the Retail Prices I

TF 015
QUANTITATIVE METHODS
CHAPTER 7:
Index Numbers
1
Objectives
To understand the concept of an index
number
To scale number series for comparative
purposes
To construct a Laspeyre Index
To construct a Paasche Index
To understand the Retail Prices I