Development of an automated micro-computer knowledge-based integrated configuration management system for the Stock Point Logistics Communications Environment (SPLICE) project management staff
Beard, Robert L. III.
Lyons, Norman R.
Frew, Barry A.
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This thesis documents the development of a micro-computer knowledge-based integrated configuration management system for use by Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Stock Point Logistics Integrated Communications Environment (SPLICE) Project Staff. A myriad of configuration heuristics associated with the configuration of a SPLICE site are identified. It also provides SPLICE project staff personnel a more accurate, reliable and efficient method of performing the configuration process and managing the overall project. The development of this integrated configuration management system employs both a prototype and software engineering methodology. The integrated configuration management system will be developed using custom generated software and the logical integration of several off-the-shelf commercial software packages.
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