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Paper Title :
A Modified Heuristic Approach for Constructing AOA Networks

Author :Rami A. Maher, Hamza Al-Safadi

Article Citation :Rami A. Maher ,Hamza Al-Safadi , (2018 ) " A Modified Heuristic Approach for Constructing AOA Networks " , International Journal of Advance Computational Engineering and Networking (IJACEN) , pp. 1-6, Volume-6, Issue-12

Abstract : This paper introduces a heuristic algorithm, which focuses on constructing a unique AOA network for any project from its activities, and immediate predecessor constraints list. The algorithm guarantees a minimum number of dummy nodes even when the project involves multi-critical paths. The proposed algorithm can be performed manually as well as automatically. The final output of the algorithm is to determine two network matrices that can be used directly for optimal project scheduling. The algorithm is explained through a detailed example of the process of converting any immediate predecessor list to AOA networks.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-6, Issue-12


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