Development of a faculty research and publication database system
Tansey, Brian EuGene
Liao, Shu S.
Kamel, Magdi N.
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The Administrative Science (AS) Department of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) maintains a substantial amount of faculty research and publication data that is used to support its vast and varied informational needs. The data consists of all departmental publications that have been written by Administrative Science faculty members. This database requires constant maintenance to ensure accurate, up-to-date publications information that can be rapidly accessed at anytime. This thesis will define, design and implement a database application that the Administrative Sciences Department can use to systematically manage their faculty publication database for automatic retrieval and reporting. This new prototype software is called "Faculty Research and Publication Database System (FPDS)" version 1.0. This thesis provides an in depth outline covering software requirements analysis, design and implementation. The system was written using Dbase IV, version 1.1
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