The development of a standard database system for Republic of Korea Army's personnel management.
Hong, Dae Sik.
Elster, Richard S.
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This thesis presents the development of a database system for Republic of Korea Army's personnel management. Database processing has grown significantly in computer science areas and also in management of certain organizations. Database system designers establish objectives of database system organizations before initiating development. An important consideration in database development is to assure that it can be used for a wide variety of application and can be changed quickly and easily. ROK Army needs an end-user application system because users usually require statistical information periodically. Software engineering goals are discussed to develop an efficient end-user application system. To address software engineering goals, top-down design and structured programming technique are used as tools.
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