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Activity, joining two specified points, that span two or more activities.
Note 1: Its duration is initially unspecified and is only
determined by the durations of the specified activities.
Note 2: Hammocks are usually used to collect time-dependent information, e.g.overheads. [D04582]
A catch-all term for those projects not properly classified as either building, residential, or similar. For example: dams, dredging, flood control, highways & bridges, water and sewer lines, etc.). [D03509]
A graphic display of resourceusage over a period of time. It allows the detection of overused or underused resources. The resourceusage is displayed in colored vertical bars. The ideal level for a resource on the screen is indicated by a another color (typically red). (The printed histogram uses a horizontal line to display the maximum usage set in the Resource Label window.) If the resource bar extends beyond the red area for any given day, resources need to be leveled (or spread out) for proper allocation. The resource histograms should be checked after resources are assigned to the project activities. [D00790]