PERT originated in 1958 with the ... Polaris missile design and construction scheduling. Since that time, it has been used extensively not only by the aerospace industry but also in many situations where management desires to achieve an objective or complete a task within a scheduled time and cost expenditure; it came into popularity when the algorithm for calculating a maximum value path was conceived. PERT and CPM may be calculated manually or with a computer, but usually they require major computer support for detailed projects. A number of colleges and universities now offer instructional courses in both.
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Design your PDXpert part types. Decide whether you'll have a common part type for all components, or a unique part type for each Altium library. After you know the part type(s) you'll need, create the custom attributes (such as schematic symbol name and path) required for your Altium parts.
Create a PDXpertViews member (e.g., a MyResistors view) for each modified query. After you've constructed the first view, the views for other Altium libraries, such as MyCapacitors for the capacitors library, are quite similar.
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