Application of a database system for Korean military personnel management
Kim, Sam Nam
Park, Jae Bock
Lyons, Norman R.
McGonigal, Richard A.
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This thesis presents a database application, the Republic of Korea military personnel management system. In order to maximize the utilization of personnel resources a computerized personnel information system is needed. An important consideration in database design is to assure that data can be used for a wide variety of applications and can be changed quickly and independently. For this purpose, we discuss normal forms including functional dependency concepts. A simple data base using dBASE III+ is implemented on an IBM PC. It is designed for the user who does not have computer experience, and is based on the theoretical design problems.
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