Microcomputer-based detachment administrative management system for the LAMPS community: a requirements analysis
Smith, Gregory F.
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This thesis presents a requirements analysis of a micro-computer based system to be used by sea-going Light Airborne Multi-purpose System (LAMPS) detachment for administrative data management and recurring reports generation. Included are the results of user interviews which were conducted to determine possible system functions. These functions, through analysis, are presented in a hierarchical charting with data flow diagrams and accompanying processing narratives. System data is then presented in data dictionary format. Recommendations are made as to possible system implementation and design
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