Planning and scheduling are the most important aspects contributing to the success of a project. How these factors affect the construction productivity is studied and discussed in this project. With proper planning and scheduling, there is a great chance that the work would be completed within the targeted cost and time. It is important that proper work would be completed within the optimum usage of materials, manpower and machinery be adopted. The techniques normally been used for project scheduling, are namely the Gantt chart and critical path method.
Ultimately, Revit is used to streamline the engineering design process by using a single model to enhance the communication of design intent before construction begins. A unique feature of this tool is its automated modeling capability that aids in reducing time and effort during designing. An apparent benefit of this tool is the ability to use BIM-based design information and geometry for energy analysis. Also it supports performance based design via integrated energy modeling and analysis
Secondly, use a variable response deadline; the participant can choose their own deadline, improving the accuracy across subjects. Finally, using the response latency approach within the GNAT test as its more reliable simply because each point is a continuous value. However, this is something that the IAT already has. Although, the GNAT can “effectively asses the strength of associate on between a concept and the poles of an attribute dimension” (Nosek and Banaji, 2001) the IAT is more reliable simply as it, “shows good reliability, which is a prerequisite for measuring individual differences,” (Rezaei,
Mobile and Ad Hoc Networks Name of Guide Affiliated to: Literature Review Name of Researcher Date of Submission Word Count: 4000 Introduction: Wireless Ad Hoc Network computers (MANET) is a network based on the wireless that creates a channel from computer to computer. It does not use a central access point to which all the computers are connected but it uses the system of one computer being connected to a peer computer by using the wireless network which increases the distance of communication because of the wireless network that is used. (PC,2015) It is different from other networks because it is not connected by wires but is self configuring constantly, and is infrastructure less as a network unlike most of the other networks.
Smart and Vercauteren  built their approach in order to make it possible to test Gentry's idea on a desktop computer. They managed to implement the system and encrypt the data and even do a little of addition and multiplication. Around 30 sequential operations were thus possible. But still, there are some limitations of this technique. If additional operations are performed, its following encrypted answers deteriorate, they are "dirty" (which is known as a noise).
The process starts with reviewing the current operations, past experiences and subsequently identifying what needs to be improved. Secondly, planning needs envisioning the results that the project wants to achieve, and the steps or activities required to arrive at success, i.e. fulfilling the mission of the project. Scheduling is a tool to plan and monitor the progress of the project. The case study, “The Boeing 767: From Concept to Production”, gives an overview of the planning efforts and how the team managed and controlled schedules using various techniques.
ABSTRACT Transportation cyber physical systems such as automotive, aviation, and rail involve interactions between software controllers, communication networks, and physical devices . These system are very complex .There are a lot of ongoing research on InVANETs in Transportation but it is the matter of concern that there are no headway available to improvise the Urban Transportation System in India in order to reduce accidents. In this paper, we have discussed the analysis of current Urban Transportation System and how the Incorporation of InVANETs System will substantially help to mitigate the transportation systems safety, congestion, collision problems in India. This paper will explain the need of InVanets to the urban transportation system of India. KEYWORDS INVANETS, TCPS.
Each task has a specific time to perform called processing time and the workstation time is the sum of all processing times of all assigned tasks. The tasks must follow the precedence constraints that represents physical restrictions in assigning them into workstations, and these constraints can be illustrated by using precedence diagram. From the first day that Henry Ford developed an assembly line for a mass production, the researchers are seeking for the optimal way to assign all tasks without violating assignment constraints such as: occurrence, precedence, positive or negative zoning, synchronism, distance and finally positional that is called Assembly Line Balancing Problem (ALBP) (Dolgui & Battaı 2013). For instance, line balancing is used to level the workload across all workstations and how to arrange it to increase productivity, remove bottlenecks and reduce idle
Planning is defined as the activity of deciding in advance what tasks need to be done and therefore come up with ways of accomplishing the same tasks. Planning ensures that things to happen which if left unattended to would otherwise not have occurred (Daft, 1997). Organizing Organizing is the next task that follows planning in the management process. Organizing involves synchronization of all the available management resources to achieve the set goals and objectives. The resources necessary for management are; human, physical and financial factors.
AODV COMPARISONS AND IMPROVEMENTS Comparing AODV to DSR and improving AODV Amal Raj Ashu Grover Gaurav Tyagi Rahul Verma Maharaja Surajmal Institute Of Technology (Computer Science Department) AODV COMPARISONS AND IMPROVEMENTS Abstract Networking is the core for computer science technology and it is incomplete without the presence of various routing protocols present, which help in data transfer throughout the vast network of millions of computers present globally. An ad hoc network is a collection of wireless mobile nodes dynamically forming a temporary network without the use of any existing network infrastructure or centralized administration. Depending upon various factors different protocols