Development of Project Activity Duration and Resource Requirement Algorithms Based on Historical Data
Kansas Department of Transportation, 1997 - Highway departments - 104 pages
Effective planning and scheduling has become increasingly important for the state departments of transportation to efficiently use resources and avoid project delays. Accurate estimates are needed for task durations and resource requirements. The predictive models for durations and resource requirements need to accurately reflect the agency's current business practices and requirements. updating predictive models is thus important to the improvement of planning and scheduling.
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Predictive models in transportation planning and scheduling
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