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Khaim Borisovich

Kordonsky

(1919 -1999)

 

 

From prof. Kordonsky we learner important things, and for all life. The first lesson was: before you start doing the computerized schedule, be able to do it manually. This was a clever advice because only after a year of intensive contacts with practitioners, we started to understand what the scheduling is about, was is essential and what is secondary.

 

Prof. Kordonsky never was a boss who issued order and instructions. He created a stimulating atmosphere of intensive exchange of opinions and discussions, sometimes heated, but always efficient. He was open to any suggestion and critical remark. In spite of this tremendous scientific authority, nobody was afraid of asking questions or of insisting on this opinion.

 


2006 - International Group On Reliability