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2 Critical Path Analysis Activity duration Shower3 Dry hair8 Fetch car7 Iron clothes12 Dress and make-up10 Drive to interview20 Example 4.1 textbook pages

3 Precedence table Activity Immediately preceding activities duration AShower-3 BDry hairA8 CFetch car-7 DIron clothes-12 EDress and make-upB,D10 FDrive to interviewC,E20 The last activities that must be completed before an activity can begin

4 Activity on Arc Network A(3) D(12) B(8) E(10) C(7) F(20) The network will build up with each mouse click, in the order you would construct it on paper.

5 Event Times A(3) D(12) B(8) E(10) C(7) F(20) Earliest event time EET Latest event time LET Each event node needs two boxes, to mark in the event times.

6 Earliest Event Times A(3) D(12) B(8) E(10) C(7) F(20) To find EETs, work forwards through the network from the start node to the finish node. The EET for an event occurs when all activities leading into that event are complete.

7 Latest Event Times A(3) D(12) B(8) E(10) C(7) F(20) To find LETs, work backwards through the network from the finish node to the start node. The LET for an event is the latest it can occur without delaying subsequent events.

8 Critical Activities A(3) D(12) B(8) E(10) C(7) F(20) Critical activities are activities that cannot run late. For critical activities: Latest finish Earliest start = length of activity The green arrows mark the critical activities, which form the critical path. The critical path(s) must form a continuous route from the start node to the finish node.

9 Float Total Float latest finish – earliest start – length of activity Independent Float earliest finish – latest start – length of activity Interfering Float Total float – Independent float TotalIndependentInterfering A B C It is useful to represent float in a table.

10 Float (answers) TotalIndependentInterfering A101 B101 C15 0 Hint: Total is maximum possible float so take outside no.s Independent is minimum possible float so take inside no.s


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