Theses and Dissertations
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An analysis of unplanned requirements and their impact on the Naval Electronic Systems Command
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1976)
The Naval Electronics Systems Command (NAVELEX), as one of the Navy's Hardware Systems Commands, is vitally concerned with its ability to supply the fleet needed equipments when failures occur. Their ability to accomplish ...
An application of static marginal analysis in the generation of a U.S. Navy repair material requirements list
An analysis is made of current Single Supply Support Control Point procedures for developing a Repair Material Requirements List. The objective of this thesis is to minimize the expected cost of stockouts over all line ...
An application and comparison of static marginal analysis and generalized Lagrange multipliers in generating a U.S. Navy repair materials requirement list.
An analysis is made of current Single Supply Support Control Point procedures for developing a Repair Material Requirements List. The objective is to minimize the expected cost of stockouts over all line items subject ...
A secure voice system with bandwidth reduction
The need for secure voice communication systems is increasing both in the civil and military arenas. Coupled with this is the need for conserving bandwidth, increasing performance, and reducing costs. Currently used secure ...
Requirements determination of major weapon systems
The major weapon system requirements determination process should lead to optimum solutions to meet perceived defense mission deficiencies. This thesis raises the question of whether the existing requirements process ...
A proposed reorganization of test and evaluation for Naval aircraft weapons systems
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974-03)
This thesis evaluates the Navy's test and evaluation (T&E) process for aircraft weapon systems, identifies problems, and proposes a reorganization of the Navy's T&E agencies. Many changes have been made to Improve the ...
The crisis in America's health care and its public policy implications
The author examines the Department of Defense program to procure and retain physicians for the armed forces. The necessity for such a program is shown to be related to the medical profession's policy of restricting entry ...
Reduction of operational message traffic: development of a composite reporting system
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-03)
The problems encountered by operational units of the U.S. Navy in meeting the requirements to submit a multitude of reports ranging from simple Fuel Status Reports to rigidly defined, computer formatted Movement Reports ...
The allowability and allocability of independent research and development (IR&D) and BID and proposal (B&P) costs
For some time there has been -controversy about and-an increasing amount of attention to business costs which have been labeled as independent research and development (IR&D) and bid and proposal (B&P) costs. This ...
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