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R&D project scheduling when activities may fail

Bibliographic reference De Reyck, Bert ; Leus, Roel. R&D project scheduling when activities may fail. In: IIE Transactions : industrial engineering research & development, Vol. 40, no. 4, p. 367-384 (2008)
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