Network-based management systems (PERT/CPM)

by Russell D. Archibald

Publisher: Wiley

Written in English
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StatementRussell D. Archibald, Richard L Villoria.
SeriesInformation sciences series
ContributionsVilloria, Richard L.
The Physical Object
Pagination508p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages508
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Open LibraryOL21637826M

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