total float

total float

In CPM terminology, the difference between the amount of time available to accomplish an activity and the time required.
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Neutrosophic total float and neutrosophic free float are two types of neutrosophic activity floats.
In the latest release of the reader for XER and XLS files, users can filter the total float per task with the filter option "Total float less than." In terms of improvements in the user experience, new options are added where the users can set the table row height and have scrollable detail view.
If an activity is not on the critical path, both critical path theory and traditional program management software quantify something called either total float or total slack (depending on the software): the maximum amount of time that an activity can be delayed without making its path the longest in the project.
CPLI, the author concludes, is subject to interpretation and must be evaluated against four caveats: duration remaining, total float including schedule margin, schedule compression and schedule avoidance.
(1998) as a way of augmenting the earliest processes start time by the same fraction of the total float. This is to reduce the risk of not meeting project due date and to decrease the discounted project cost.
The MMU grant will support a project to enable Vodacom Tanzania to provide a geographically wider line of e-money credit or revolving credit to increase the total float holding value within the M-PESA agent network.
The difference between the latest start time and the earliest start time is called the total float of the activity.
It chose to set up a trust fund, to which it issued 35 million shares - roughly 15 per cent of the total float - to pay for the options when they were exercised.
TABLE B Total Float = shares Outstanding 10,000,000 Daily Volume 100,000 Days in Class period 100 GTM (1x) Total Acceleration Factor 1.0 Retained Shares 6,339,677 Four Trader Model Based on Data from Froot et al.
Another measure of quality of a schedule, which can be used by planners as a yardstick in deciding on selecting or rejecting a schedule or as a measure of performance of priority rules, is flexibility Haralakis[5] in his paper proposed a ratio which is called total float efficiency or remaining float ratio and formulated as follows:
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