Model of multiparallel information processing for network planning

Keywords: project, automation, project manager, multiparallel information processing methods


The information technologies are playing an increasingly important role in the modern world. This leads to an increase in the number of IT projects. An IT project is a project that has clear deadlines and the goal of creating a unique and high-quality product within the set timeframe. IT projects consist of various technologies, computing and communication processes, information and human resources. To effectively manage such projects, the concept of project management has been formalized. Project management involves creating and adjusting plans, controlling and allocating resources and tasks, and creating a balance between project constraints. The longer the project, the more risks arise during its execution and implementation. These factors can affect the project's development time, profit, resources spent, as well as losses and costs in the event of unforeseen situations. For specialists working on IT projects, any unplanned issues and costs can present serious challenge. That's why the development of new automated project management solutions is a pressing issue. Such software models can help to minimize time and calculate possible risks. One of the stages that can be automated during the planning process is the construction of a visual model of work in the form of a network graph. This paper considers the possibility of automating the process of building a network graph using multiparallel information processing methods. This type of calculation can increase the gain in project execution time, establish a mechanism for parallel execution of tasks, and minimize possible risks.


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Author Biography

Yevhen Tolstoluzkyi, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, 14 Nauky Avenue, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 61166

PhD student




How to Cite
Tolstoluzkyi, Y. (2023). Model of multiparallel information processing for network planning. Bulletin of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Series «Mathematical Modeling. Information Technology. Automated Control Systems», 59, 56-62.