Artemis - Network Planning System - (Arrow) User Guide

This User Guide is written for the project manager, planning engineer or anyone wishing to use the ARTEMIS Network Planning System (Arrow).

ARTEMIS has been designed to make it easy to enter data, correct mistakes, produce reports and to satisfy the wide range of information processing needs encountered in project management. As with any comprehensive system, however, it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the basic principles in order to make the best use of the system.

Version 6.6.1

Artemis (produced by Metier Management Systems Ltd) is a software tool for project management. It is used in planning big projects (networks) and comes in two flavours: arrow or precedence networks.

It runs on an HP1000 mini-computer.

These manuals were donated by Nick Gander who worked at Taylor Woodrow Offshore Ltd in Greenford, Middlesex who used a configureation of 3 dumb terminals and the HP1000 between 1982 and 1988 (approx).


Reference Number : TL0004

Date Published : January 1986

Manufacturer : Metier Management Systems Ltd

Platform : Artemis

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32316. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Artemis - Network Planning System - (Arrow) User Guide

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