Theses and Dissertations
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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 ...
Training requirements for microcomputer users.
The use of microcomputers to increase productivity and aid decision making is growing steadily. Today, many individuals have little or no experience with computers. Adequate training is required so that personnel may ...
A model for the development of an organization's information system (IS) security system
This thesis addresses the development of a system to secure appropriately an organization from some discernible threats posed by the presence, power, and applications of its computers. It presents a conceptual definitional ...
The role of software development standards in requirements analysis and design
Software is the most expensive aspect of computer systems. It also has the potential to have the greatest adverse impact on the system. This thesis examines the role of software standards in the early development phases ...
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 analysis of minimum system requirements to support computerized adaptive testing.
This paper discusses the minimum system requirements needed to develop a computerized adaptive test (CAT). It lists some of the benefits of adaptive testing, establishes a set of operational constraints, and reviews both ...
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. ...
Non-cooperative group decision support systems: problems and some solutions
The purpose of this thesis is twofold; (i) Explore some design issues for building group decision support systems for non-cooperation environments? and (ii) Expand CO-OP, a cooperative multiple criteria group decision ...
Software requirements specification for an ammunition management system
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1986-09)
This thesis concerns the software requirements necessary to automate the present manual effort associated with ammunition inventory management and reporting at the afloat end-user level. Functional characteristics for the ...
Design and implementation of a personnel database system for Indonesian Naval Officers
The objective of this thesis is to provide a software tool to support the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel and Staff Function of the Indonesian Navy in making decisions with fast, timely, relevant, up-to-date ...
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