Overall Planning Methods
Overall planning methods (Tong Chou Fa in Chinese) are methods to deal with problems in the management and organization of production. As a result of a long period of contacts (1965 to 1982) with a large number of industries, we have found that this topic offers some of the most appropriate techniques for popularization.
KeywordsStart Time Critical Path Planning Method Parallel Operation Initial Node
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