Design and implementation of a database management system to support administrative activities onboard Hellenic Navy vessels
Tsongas, George Chris
Short, William B.
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The Hellenic Navy ships have a challenging mission which encompasses tactical, operational and administrative tasks. This mission is carried out by the personnel serving onboard. In order to more effectively manage the personnel, an automated database management system is required. This system would contain all personnel records and other pertinent information. Furthermore, the system would produce periodic reports required by other commands concerning crewmembers, as well as a variety of other reports designed by the user to support the daily activities onboard. This thesis designs and implements an automated database system that can be used on the Hellenic navy ships. The methodology followed is the standard systems' development life cycle (SDLC). The requirements for the system are obtained, and the database and application are designed and implemented. Paradox is used for the database management system software. Special issues like training, security, conversion and maintenance are taken into consideration. The result of this thesis is a functional application named SPAS (Shipboard Personnel Administration System) that will fulfill the users' requirements, keep track of the administrative activities of the ships, and help in performing the desired tasks accurately
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