Aviation maintenance computerized management information systems : perspective for the future
Derrick, Jerry Floyd
Miller, Theodore Aldred
Boger, Dan C.
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The Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) is the next generation solution to the information assimilation gap faced by Naval Aviation maintenance managers. This thesis examines the scope of the problem at the Organizational and Intermediate levels of maintenance, and the intended effect of NALCOMIS and three peripheral information systems. The underlying concepts of the four systems investigated are used to explore Artificial Intelligence (AI) as the logical augmentation or follow-on to the NALCOMIS program. Recommendations regarding the implementation of AI and expert systems are made.
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