Theses and Dissertations
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An analysis of the Venezuelan DoD budget process.
This thesis represents an attempt to characterize the bugetary process in the Venezuelan DoD. Its legal basis are analyzed and its structural aspects are investigated. The PP3S in the U.S.A. DoD and the structural ...
Navy tactical data information display complexity effects on visual search reaction time and response accuracy.
(Naval Postgraduate School, 1977)
The purpose of the experiment was to evaluate pre-defined display formatting from the standpoint of response accuracy and reaction time for use with a tactical information display for the U.S. Navy. Subjects were required ...
Measuring the effectiveness of scatterable mines in the armor combat environment
(Naval Postgraduate School, 1976-09)
Scatterable mines are currently being evaluated in the material acquisition process. This new concept of landmines will be examined by an analysis of field experiment data provided by the Combat Developments Experimentation ...
A simulation model for multi-channel, time-dependent queuing systems and an application to test and evaluate an analytical model of the U.S. Army Acute Minor Illness Clinics.
(Naval Postgraduate School, 1975)
Many organizations exist within the Department of Defense which exhibit the properties of multi-channel, time-dependent queueing systems. One such system is the Army's Acute Minor Illness Clinic (AMIC) . Models of this ...
Radar Bomb Scoring with Computer Controlled Bombing Systems
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974-09)
This thesis discusses the major problems associated with the development of any reasonably accurate radar bomb scoring system and the resulting rationale for selecting a computer controlled tactical bombing system to perform ...
An application of an econometric model to describe the behavior of buyers and sellers
This study is an attempt to describe the behavior of buyers and sellers. Four econometric models were developed using data obtained on sales consummated. The models, whose coefficients were estimated using stepwise linear ...
The effect of motion distance on response times under uncertainty
A preliminary investigation of the effect of actual motion distances on response times under uncertainty was performed. An experiment in which three subjects were presented with five levels of choice uncertainty and three ...
An investigation of human mental and motor responses to heat stress
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-09)
An investigation into the physiological reactions of persons being artificially acclimatized to extreme heat conditions in an environmental chamber was conducted. While the subjects were being artificially acclimatized ...
Computer simulation of a family practice clinic
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-06)
A simulation model of the Family Practice Clinic at Silas B. Hayes Army Hospital, Fort Ord, California, is presented. The inputs to the model are the number of doctors, number and type of support personnel, number of ...
A manpower utilization model for a Naval Air Rework Facility
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1972-03)
The management personnel at the Naval Air Rework Facility, North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego, California, are currently faced with two difficult planning problems inherent in any large industrial concern. These ...
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