Cost-effectiveness methodology for evaluating a tactical communications system in the Korean Army
Seo, Young Uk.
Wall, Kent D.
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Cost and Effectiveness models are developed for selecting a new tactical communication system in the Korean Army. Alternatives included an off-the-shelf purchase of existing U.S technology and four variants of a self-developed system. Since exact quantitative military data was not obtainable for security reasons, a subjective approach is taken. Sensitivity analysis is employed to account for errors in effectiveness evaluation and in value assessment. This research recommends the use of the cost-effectiveness methodology in order to provide for selecting a future Korean tactical communications system. Theses. (fr)
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