MODERN MISER, A CRITICAL PATH AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION METHOD FOR THE UNIVAC LARC.
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The MODERN MISER System is a planning and scheduling tool developed on the Remington-Rand UNIVAC LARC Computer. It is designed to assist management in comprehending the logical restrictions on a series of activities pertaining to one or many projects. The system includes a basic critical path method, a cost optimization routine, a float allocation procedure, the facility for manpower leveling, and the resource planning and scheduling method. Various algorithms used in the development of the system are discussed. The machine procedure used to adapt these formulas to the LARC are shown. Author