Incorporating Quality Considerations Into Project Time/Cost Tradeoff Analysis and Decision Making

@article{PollackJohnson2006IncorporatingQC,
  title={Incorporating Quality Considerations Into Project Time/Cost Tradeoff Analysis and Decision Making},
  author={B. Pollack-Johnson and M. Liberatore},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management},
  year={2006},
  volume={53},
  pages={534-542}
}
  • B. Pollack-Johnson, M. Liberatore
  • Published 2006
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
  • Existing models and methods of project scheduling implicitly assume uniform quality when evaluating time/cost tradeoffs, but do not model quality explicitly. For a project manager such as a general contractor who subcontracts most tasks of a project, or other project managers who face decisions concerning the level of quality to perform for each task, this is not a realistic assumption. In this paper, we extend the standard discrete time/cost tradeoff problem by assuming that each option for… CONTINUE READING
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