Theses and Dissertations
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Development of a prototype H-46 helicopter diagnostic expert system.
This study was undertaken to demonstrate the feasibility of applying expert system technology to the Navy's H-46 helicopter maintenance process. A microcomputer-based prototype known as a computer-aided diagnostic system ...
SNAP II: training administrative enhancements
This thesis presents methods for reducing the administrative burden that U.S. Navy personnel experiences, in managing shipboard training programs, through enhancements to the SNAP-II (Shipboard Non-Tactical Automated ...
Optical memory cards: a comparison with other current technologies and potential military applications.
As the industrialized nations of the world move further into the Information Age, the storage and distribution of information becomes increasingly more critical to the success of our daily endeavors. No where is this more ...
Using Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE)--tools to document the current logical model of a system for DoD requirements specifications.
The Naval Postgraduate School's final exam scheduling system serves as a test case with which to compare two commercially available Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools. The tools, Nastec Corporation's DesignAid ...
Facility design validation of the Information Systems laboratory.
When installing a computer system there are many issues which the Information Systems manager must face. This thesis will identify and discuss some of those issues as they pertain to the installation of the Information ...
The implementation of a plant and minor property accounting system for the Naval Postgraduate School
In October 1986, the Naval Postgraduate School was directed to centralize the accounting and control of minor property (approximately 60,000 items) and to locate that function in the Supply Department. The magnitude of ...
Optical laser technology, specifically CD-ROM, and its application to the storage and retrieval of information
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1987-06)
One of the significant problems of this "information age" is the production of vast amounts of information in a form that is neither convenient nor cost effective. This information is most often produced and distributed ...
A system analysis and design proposal for the comptroller of the United States Naval Postgraduate School
A major problem experienced by the Naval Postgraduate School Comptroller concerns the methods presently used in the labor distribution budget process. These methods are primarily manual and very labor intensive. Developing ...
An analysis of acquisition strategy planning for major Navy information systems
Information systems are an integral part of the United States Navy. The effectiveness of the Navy's administrative logistic information systems is dependent on the Navy's ability to acquire. develop and maintain them. ...
Survey and recommendations for the use of microcomputers in the Naval Audit Service
This thesis studies ways in which the Naval Audit Service can adapt microcomputers and microcomputer software to audit and audit-related work. It discusses the introduction and implementation of microcomputers in the ...
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