The database management module of the SPLICE system
Dixon, Ella Jean
Schneidewind, Norman F.
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SPLICE (Stock Point Logistics Integrated Communications Environment) is a plan designed to automate data handled at Stock Points and Inventory Control Points for the United States Navy Supply System. The SPLICE concept involved the use of a number of Local Area Networks which communication via the Defense Data Network. As a part of this ongoing research in the implementation of SPLICE, this thesis addresses the Database Management Module of the Local Area Network and possible problem areas which may be encountered when this module is finally in place. A proposed conceptual design of the database is presented and database computers are evaluated for possible use in SPLICE.
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