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Fundamental Automated Scheduling System "FASS" a second look
This research addresses the problems associated with integrating the Fundamental Automated Scheduling System (FASS), a PERT/CPM based overhaul scheduling device, into U.S. Naval Shipyards. Considered is the problem of how ...
Management implications of the use of multiple retinal patterns as a means of personal identification
A group of 51 adults was studied to determine of multiple patterns improved the overall recognition rates of a selected retinal scan device. The experimental mode was a laboratory simulation of a locking door mechanism ...
An investigation of IBM's Business Systems Planning (BSP) as a suitable methodology for strategic information systems planning for the Naval Reserve
This research examines the Naval Reserve organization, Information systems (IS) planning, and IBM's Business System Planning (BSP) methodology. The Naval Reserve is analyzed in the context of IS planning requirements. ...
A simulation model of issue processing at Naval Supply Depot Yokosuka, Japan
A computer simulation program has been written in IBM's GPSS V to model the issue processing functions of U.S. Naval Supply Depot, Yokosuka, Japan. The results of simulation experiments that may be conducted with the model ...
A mechanized decision support system for academic scheduling.
This thesis documents the mechanization of Computer Systems Management course selection and scheduling. It examines the factors that complicate academic scheduling and reviews the major problems associated with the ...
Computer training for financial management officers in the Marine Corps.
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1986)
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