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The mission of the Department of Systems Engineering is to provide relevant, tailored, and unique advanced education and research programs in Systems Engineering in order to increase the combat effectiveness of US and Allied armed forces and to enhance the security of the United States.

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  • Efficacy evaluation of current and future Naval Mine Warfare neutralization method 

    Kady, John; Davidson, William; Hoch, Shawn; Tagulao, Raymond; Cummings, Chadwick; Wicker, Philip (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016-12);
    This capstone report analyzes the expected mine countermeasures (MCM) performance of legacy and emerging mine neutralization systems on multiple platforms. The systems evaluated are the SLQ-48 Mine Neutralizing System, the ...
  • Evaluation of the operational benefits versus costs of an automated cargo mover 

    Culp, Joshua; Feeney, Jon; Meus, Cleevens; Davis, Joshua; Kays, Jennifer; Summer, Jesse; Domondon, Richard; Martin Adam (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016-12);
    This report examines the use of an automated robotic pallet mover during resupply missions in support of forward-deployed Marine units. The pallet mover is capable of loading and unloading itself and its cargo from MV-22 ...
  • Implementing Set Based Design into Department of Defense acquisition 

    Chan, Jonathan; Hays, Amy; Weaver, Jason; Romas, Lucas (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2016-12);
    This report provides guidance to implement the Set Based Design (SBD) methodology into the Department of Defense (DOD) acquisition framework. Deferring requirements and design decisions is the essence of SBD, which in turn ...
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