A project network is a graph (weighted directed graph) depicting the sequence in which a project's terminal elements are to be completed by showing terminal elements and their dependencies. It is always drawn from left to right to reflect project chronology.
The condition for a valid project network is that it doesn't contain any circular references.
An alternative way of showing and analyzing the sequence of project work is the design structure matrix.
- Float (project management)
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- Bar chart
- "Project Network Diagram". projectauditors.com. Retrieved April 23, 2014.
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