Earliest Event Time Definition

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Earliest Event Time Definition
Karrim, South Africa
Does anyone have the definition of "Earliest Event Time", unfortunately I can't find it anywhere. They do have Earliest Start Time, Earliest Finish Time, but not event time. Can anyone please help me. Thank you.

Event Time
John Burrows, UK
We handle logistics for all events and earliest event time would depend on when the goods or service is required for each event. The venue would control earliest start time and finish time.

Earliest Event Time
Richard Tod, Project Management, United Kingdom
This term is used when the activities are not being planned, only "events" (states) and it's chronological dependancies. e.g. (Programme Evaluation and Review Techniques) for more info see here...

Earliest Event Time
T. Stahl, Business Consultant, Canada
If the "earliest start time" is defined as the earliest time that an activity can start given that it's predecessor relationship is completed; and given that an event is a singular point in time (it has not duration), then the "earliest event time" can be defined as the earliest time an event can be considered complete or achieved given it's predecessor relationships are completed.
If you require an actual calculation - I can provide that also.


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