Open and closed

the Monte Carlo model

This article compares the use of open-ended, in which the model allows for the possibility of exceeding the upper limit of a duration, and closed, in which task durations are fixed, distributions in a Monte Carlo simulation. Open ended distributions assume probablistic estimates and allow for more realistic project budgets and schedules.
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