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Volume 1 (2003)
Presenting a Fuzzy Expert System to Determine Project Completion Time in PERT Network

Abolfazl Kazemi; Pasha Pasha Fakhori; Ali Shakourloo,

Volume 13, Issue 38 , October 2015, , Pages 41-69

  Accurate scheduling of project is one of the main fundamentals and essential success factors of the project management and also accordance of planning and implementation is considered as the main subject of project management. In this paper, it is tried to propose a practical and suitable system in order ...  Read More

Design of multi-objective mathematical model of crashing PERT networks using genetic algorithm

Majid Esmaelian; Kamran Feizi; Amir Afsar

Volume 10, Issue 26 , January 2012, , Pages 55-73

  In this paper, a nonlinear multi objective mathematical model forcrashing the PERT network is presented. The main purpose of thismodel is minimizing the pessimistic time of critical activities byallocating more budget. In fact, this model indicates how the budget isallocated among critical activities. ...  Read More

A New Proposed Method to Estimate Earned Value Using Fuzzy Logic

Heirsh Soltanpanah; Hiwa Farughi; Rohoullah Abdi

Volume 10, Issue 26 , January 2012, , Pages 147-164

  Project cost estimation and actual time is one of the serious concernsof project managers. Earned Value Management is considered as atechnique for answering two following questions: how long does ittake to complete a project? How much does the project cost? ProjectPerformance Evaluation can only be predicated ...  Read More

Identification and Ranking of Project Risk Based on PMBOK Standard by Fuzzy Approach

Laya Olfat; Farzaneh Khosravani; Reza Jalali

Volume 8, Issue 19 , December 2010, , Pages 147-163

  Risk is a potential which causes problems in the implementation of project and fulfillment of objectives. Risk is the innate part of all the projects and it is impossible to eliminate it completely though it can be managed effectively in order to reduce its effects on achieving the project’s objectives. ...  Read More

Vital Elements/Factors of Success and Failure of IT Projects in Iran

Maryam Akhavan; Moslem Alimohammadlo; Jafar Habibi

Volume 2, Issue 6 , September 2004, , Pages 27-44

  Nowadays    using    Information   Technology    to    overcome   rapid environmental   changes   and   adopting   flexibility   is   necessary   and inevitable. ...  Read More

Application of Value Engineering in Service Project Management

Laya Olfat; Hassan Hashemi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2003, , Pages 55-82

  The prime objectives of Project Management are to minimize time and cost and to meet required performance. Value Engineering is an organized effort to attain optimum value in a system by providing the necessary functions to improve performance at the lowest cost. Value Engineering can contribute to the ...  Read More