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  1. Corey A Leonard & J Steve Davis
  2. Job-shop development Model: A Case Study
  3. IEEE Software Magazine V12n2(Mar 1995)pp86-92
      Jobs have a series of processing requirements at various workstations, and may need rework....bathces, stochatic network.

      p89: Gamma distribution forms a good fit to coding productivity - some people have a low mean and a high chance of finishing quickly, others have a high mean and a chance of a long time delay, Many are close to exponential. Thus the tasks have no memory and so when interupted are essentially restarted - make tasks small, and reduce interuptions.

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