Theses and Dissertations
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Pilot reported human factor cockpit discrepancies in naval aircraft
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1976-03)
This thesis investigates the problems in current naval aircraft cockpits as perceived by fleet naval aviators who are students at the U.S. Naval Aviation Safety School. A critical incident questionnaire provides data that ...
Multi-phase-mission reliability of maintained systems
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1975-12)
In a phased mission the functional organization of the system changes at selected times which mark the boundaries of the phases of the mission. Existing methods for analysis of phased missions are modified and extended ...
The effect of uncertainty on Lanchester type equations of combat
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1975-09)
This thesis examines whether the complex random process of combat can be adequately represented by a deterministic model. Does one destroy any of the essential features of the random combat process by considering a ...
The social welfare under stochastic demand
The purpose of this paper is to continue to develop the social welfare model of Brown and Johnson (The American Economic Review, March, 1969, page. 119). We introduce a normal distribution (u,o(2)) with mean u, variance ...
An analysis of enlisted recruit processing flows
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1975-03)
Information concerning the processing of Navy enlisted applicants was collected and analyzed to determine actual processing flows and to determine whether the size of a recruiting station, the distance of a recruiting ...
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974-09)
Simulated generated possibilities for an Anti-Submarine Barrier composed of submarines are examined from a statistical viewpoint. A probabilistic model which is not generally considered to be applicable to this case is ...
An introduction to search theory
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1974-03)
This paper intends to be an introduction to search theory and it is written primarily to assist staff officers in their duties. For those who are in charge of planning and deciding about search, it is generally felt that ...
A statistical analysis of Navy bachelor housing user requirements.
An analysis of previously collected data pertaining to critical areas of user satisfaction with government bachelor quarters was conducted to pin point critical areas for consideration in future housing design and ...
Escalation provisions in DoD procurement: a review of the problem and a framework for analysis.
This study reviewed the opinions and concerns expressed by various government and private industry sources with regard to the use and structure of escalation (i.e., economic price adjustment) provisions in government ...
Human factors aspects in a level IV vessel traffic system operations center
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-09)
This paper constitutes an investigation of human factors in U.S. Coast Guard operated vessel traffic system operations center in general and the San Francisco center in particular. Research involved in preparation of this ...
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