Angel A. Pena Orozco

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This paper presents an exact approach of calculating float for each activity in linear schedules. It is based on singularity functions, which have been used previously to determine the criticality of activities in said schedules. Singularity functions are versatile in that they can describe multiple changes of productivity within each activity, can be(More)
This paper builds on a new methodology of modeling linear schedules with singularity functions. These unique functions have been used successfully for criticality and float analyses. The approach is extended to deriving one flexible equation for the complete resource profile of a schedule, including any changes in the resource rates of activities. A(More)
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