Distributed data processing in a United States Naval Shipyard
Groff, George Thomas
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Parry, Samuel H.
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The Shipyard Management Information System is a computer-based system that processes data on virtually every element of operations within a United States Naval Shipyard. This thesis examines the characteristics and objectives of a general management information system and the philosophies of the Shipyard Management Information System as envisioned by the Naval Sea Systems Command.
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