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Last edited 13 Mar 2019
Precedence diagram method
A method of constructing a logic network using nodes to represent the activities and connecting them by lines that show dependencies.
The Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol, 2nd edition, suggest that a precedence diagram is a network in which the nodes symbolise activities, also referred to as an 'activity-on-the-node network'.
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