Determination of student quotas for the Marine Corps special education program
Babin, B. Terence
Butterworth, Richard W.
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This thesis presents and evaluates five manpower models which can be used to determine quotas for the U. S. Marine Corps Special Education Program. Both static and dynamic modelling techniques are used. Each model is based on a network concept which depicts the manpower flows through the Special Education Program. The quotas provided by each of the five models are compared on the basis of twenty-year average projections and on the basis of Fiscal Year 1978 projections. Same APL functions for one of the models is presented in a n appendix.
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