Separating Myth from Reality, the Half-Step method in delay analysis

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Felix Soto
· Published on:August 5, 2021

There are several methods in when performing delay analysis, but there is one not so well known by the analyst. It is sometimes called contemporaneous periods analysis. The Half-Step method is a solid retrospective technique in delay analysis that separates the real performance from forecast guessing. We will learn with presentation when, where and how to apply properly this methodology.

Felix Soto

Senior Project Controls Consultant for Metacontrol Ingenieros SAC

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