Models of the senior naval officer ranks
Barnes, Edmund Lee, Jr.
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This thesis develops deterministic and stochastic models for comparison of attrition and promotion rates for senior Naval Officers. The deterministic models show a feasible region for promotion and attrition rates. the stochastic models show the probability distribution of inputs into the grade and requirements from the grade which result from a promotion system based on a minimum time in rank and a promotion system where the number of promotions are determined independently of the number in rank.
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