Dummy Activity

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Dummy Activity

In accounting, a fabricated activity put into a record to show precedence among two or more activities taking place at the same time.
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Such a graph may be constructed by adding dummy activities with zero duration and demands on resources.
To transform this into a highly coherent graph, as many as 21 dummy activities must be added between the peaks.
However, in accordance with the assumptions described above, two additional dummy activities should be added (with zero duration and zero demand for resources).
They are both dummy activities. Each activity; (j = 2, ..., J - 1) is performed by multiskilled human workers.