Theses and Dissertations
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An expert systems approach to military decision support in an air defense scenario
An expert system is a subspecialty of various artificial intelligence systems which has relevance for military applications. This thesis is concerned with examining the feasibility of using an expert systems approach for ...
An approach to validation and verification of the communications load model with supporting user's guide
This thesis investigates the issues of validation and verification of the Communications Load Model (CLM) being used in the Battle Group Communications Simulation Facility st the Naval Air Development Center. The processes ...
A database system for monitoring labor costs in a Public Works environment
The Naval Postgraduate School Public Works Department must monitor labor hours charged by employees to assist in managing the payroll and executing the budget. Entering data into a local system, reconciling locally kept ...
The development of the Administrative Sciences personal computer network tutorial.
The preparation of software documentation is an Iterative process that involves research, analysis, design and testing. The author must possess a solid comprehension of the technical aspects of the document he or she ...
Improving information management at Mare Island Naval Shipyard
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1987-03)
This thesis discusses the problems of information management within a Naval Shipyard, The research was conducted at Mare Island Naval Shipyard in Vallejo, California; however the findings may apply on a much larger scale ...
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