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2 shows two MMFs, designated A and B, for which costs and expected revenues have been predicted for a project whose success will be measured over 12 months. The figures are in thousands of $US. MMF A takes two periods to develop, whereas MMF B requires just one. However, MMF A returns more revenue than MMF B. 2. Cost and Revenue for Two Sample MMFs (in $US Thousands) The ROI from each MMF depends on when in the 12-month project lifecycle the MMF is constructed. For example, if we assume that only one MMF will be developed per period, then we can only start one or the other of these in period 1 of the project, how do we decide whether MMF A's larger development cost but better returns outweighs MMF B's smaller costs but slower returns?

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6. MMFs with Multiple Inheritance Returning again to the tenets of IFM, we want to resolve this conflict through ROI considerations. As it is unlikely that the two types of message system have identical costs, we are faced with the prospect of handling multiple independent cost bases for a single MMF. This is clearly not desirable because we need an unambiguously specified NPV for each IFM element in order to identify an optimal delivery sequence. However, we do know that selecting the optimal solution to this conflict can best be done when we are actually ready to sequence the MMF in question.

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