Gantt chart: is there an effective algorithm to validate?

Discussion in 'Java' started by Maxim Senin/J2EE Experts at www.supremistic.com, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. Hello, group.

    I need an effective algorithm for validating tasks in the Gantt chart, i.e.
    when task is modified the successors and parent tasks must be updated (new
    start/finish date, % completed, other attributes) based on task links
    (start-to-sart, finish-to-start etc.).

    Can anyone help or suggest a website or URL?

    Thanks,
    Maxim
    Maxim Senin/J2EE Experts at www.supremistic.com, Feb 25, 2004
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  2. Maxim Senin/J2EE Experts at www.supremistic.com wrote:
    > Hello, group.
    >
    > I need an effective algorithm for validating tasks in the Gantt chart, i.e.
    > when task is modified the successors and parent tasks must be updated (new
    > start/finish date, % completed, other attributes) based on task links
    > (start-to-sart, finish-to-start etc.).
    >
    > Can anyone help or suggest a website or URL?


    There is a lot of research material out there. Google for "Scheduling
    Algorithm" and "Critical Path".

    /Thomas
    Thomas Weidenfeller, Feb 25, 2004
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