A micro-computer based employee scheduling system for the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Medical Center
Buyske, James Michael
Call, Steven Verdell
Abdel-Hamid, Tarek K.
Suchan, James E.
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This thesis provides the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Dietetics Division with a micro-computer based employee scheduling system. It includes a discussion of the system analysis and design, program development, and system implementation. The use of a prototyping development methodology and its implications is a central discussion point.
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