A computer-assisted technique for requirements versus capabilities analysis in base development planning.
Hutton, Albert Bascomb, Jr.
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This paper presents a computer-assisted technique for requirements versus capabilities analysis in base development planning. The decision alternatives available to the planner are examined and a procedure for implementation in the planning process is proposed. Some unresolved problems in current base development planning methodology are described.
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