A proposed student officer information retrieval system for the Naval Postgraduate School
Henry, Robert Lee
Massa, Lawrence Lee
Lockridge, Richard K.
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Pertinent information on past and present Naval Postgraduate School students is now maintained, stored and processed in bulk files by Curriculum Officers. Information desired for management studies or analysis requires manual sorting of an ever increasing number of individual student records. This is an inadequate and inefficient system. The foregoing problem could be resolved by the implementation of the Student Officer Information Retrieval System (SOIRS), which is a narrow scope retrieval system specifically designed to be responsive to the Curriculum Officer's needs with respect to student information. SOIRS evolved through a series of logical system design steps, identified as follows: (1) Problem Analysis; (2) Design of Records, Files and Reports; (3) Software Design; (4) Test of Entire System. SOIRS is a complete system, establishing required files, updating files, and retrieving stored information.
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