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    Title: 關鍵鏈專案管理中多重專案排程與控制之緩衝管理方法研究
    Buffer Management for Multi Project Scheduling and Control in Critical Chain Project Management
    Authors: 吳敬賢
    Nuntasukasame, Noppadon
    Contributors: 余千智
    Yu, Chien-Chih
    吳敬賢
    Nuntasukasame, Noppadon
    Keywords: 
    Critical chain project management
    Multi Project Scheduling
    Buffer Management
    Capacity constraint buffer
    Buffer sizing method
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2009-09-18 14:30:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 
    Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) has merged in last few years as a novel approach for managing projects. While there were many previous researches studied CCPM concerning with single project management, but CCPM multi project management was hardly paid attention, especially capacity-constraint buffer sizing approach. However, there were some research papers which examined and illustrated CCPM under multi-project environment; those papers assumed all the subprojects were identical. Despite the fact that such situation is impractical.
    The purpose of this dissertation is to compare Cut and paste method (C&PM) with Root square error method (RSEM) for applying in project buffer, feeding buffer and capacity-constraint buffer sizing and to change some subproject parameters which make an impact on the project schedule for multi-project scheduling.

    Keywords: Critical chain project management, Multi Project Scheduling, Buffer Management, Capacity constraint buffer, Buffer sizing method.
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