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Title: Applying Petri Nets on Project Management
Authors: Chang-Pin Lin
Hung-Lin Dai
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:機械與機電工程學系
Keywords: Project Management
Critical Path Method
Timed Petri Nets
Date: 2014-10
Issue Date: 2018-09-28T03:45:34Z
Publisher: Universal Journal of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract: Abstract:Project management methodologies have been
the most utilized management tools in today’s industry and
the Critical Path Method considers the logical dependencies
between related activities that may have to share common
resources. This method has then been expanded to allow for
the identification of resource-constrained activities and the
size of those resources. They are usually called
activity-based resource assignments and leveling. However,
once the number of resources increases, it becomes more
and more difficult to draw the corresponding graph/network
and explore the resource- constrained critical path.
Therefore, in order to solve a multiple-resource-constrained
project, the Petri Nets theory is introduced for modeling
those resource sharing processes. Because Petri nets is
commonly used for modeling the dynamic behavior of
discrete systems, it is intended in this research to apply Petri
net theory in modeling and analyzing complicated projects
with multiple resource constraints. Furthermore, analysis on
the size of each resource for performance enhancement can
then be done by changing the numbers of tokens in each of
the resource places that were added for resource constraints.
Cost analysis has to be reconsidered since the additions of
resources constraints will alter the original schedule of each
activities and increase the duration of the project. Activity
crashing may have to be done that shifts more resources
towards required activity and results in decreased project
Relation: 2(8) pp.249-255
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/50273
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