A proposal for a microcomputer based system to automate the Marine Corps Crime Statistics Reporting Program
Paquette, Paul Emile.
Frew, Barry A.
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This thesis investigates the possibility of implementing a Database Management System to support information processing needs within the Military Police Section of the Plans, Policies and Operations Department of Headquarters Marine Corps. An overview of the structured analysis and design methodologies with emphasis on the Life Cycle approach to software engineering was conducted. The numerous tools provided by the structured analysis and design methodologies were utilized in the development of the Database Management System. This implementation emphasized documentation and maintenance to ensure that the system will meet the current and future needs of the Military Police Section. Keywords: Database management systems, Structured design, Structured analysis, Theses. (jes)
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