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Links, Lags and Ladders - the Subtleties of Overlapping Tasks

"Links, Lags and Ladders - the subtleties of overlapping tasks" by Patrick Weaver

Abstract:

This paper is designed to help explain the subtleties of overlapping tasks.

Logic in a Precedence Network Precedence diagrams use boxes to represent the basic network elements - the task (or activity).

Tasks have durations giving the period of time required to perform the work they represent and may have other descriptive data attached to them.

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