Theses and Dissertations
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Cognitive passwords: the key for effective access control
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1989-09)
Passwords are a commonly used method of access control for computer systems. Traditional passwords have been found to be inadequate. Passwords are generated from two sources: users and computer systems. User-selected ...
3Com Etherseries Local Area Network
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1989-03)
The purpose of this thesis is to provide an overview of the requirements and protocols required for the implementation of an Ethernet LAN. The appendix to this thesis is a User's Manual for the 3Com EtherSeries Network ...
Data administration for the Rapid Acquisition of Manufactured Parts
Procurement of spare parts is both time consuming and costly for the Navy. The Rapid Acquisition of Manufactured Parts (RAMP) is a Navy program designed to reduce the lead time required to procure small mechanical parts ...
Organization assessment of the depot level analysis center for the Lockheed S-3 Viking aircraft
An effective management information system is critical to the successful operation of any organization. In the large, complex organization of the Naval Air Rework Facility, the operation of such a system is a complex ...
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 ...
Cost analysis for aircraft system test and evaluation: empirical survey data structuring and parametric modeling
There is an increasing requirement from high levels within the Government that the Navy's aircraft cost estimators and analysts provide explicit estimates for the sub-elements of Aircraft System Test and Evaluation (AST&E) ...
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. ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant, United States Naval Reserve (7)
Information Systems (7)