A flexible model for scheduling building processes based on graph theory and fuzzy numbers

Freundt, Martin; Beucke, Karl

The methods currently used for scheduling building processes have some major advantages as well as disadvantages. The main advantages are the arrangement of the tasks of a project in a clear, easily readable form and the calculation of valuable information like critical paths. The main disadvantage on the other hand is the inflexibility of the model caused by the modeling paradigms. Small changes of the modeled information strongly influence the whole model and lead to the need to change many more details in the plan. In this article an approach is introduced allowing the creation of more flexible schedules. It aims towards a more robust model that lowers the need to change more than a few information while being able to calculate the important propositions of the known models and leading to further valuable conclusions.

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Freundt, Martin / Beucke, Karl: A flexible model for scheduling building processes based on graph theory and fuzzy numbers. 2004.

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