The development of a standard database for Republic of Korea Army's Logistics Support System
Lee, Hee Young
Song, Wha Dal
Lyons, Norman R.
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In order to effectively command and control the logistics of the ROK army, the commander must know the status of his resources accurately and in a timely manner. The database processing can increase productivity, enable work to be done more effectively, and increase combat capability. This thesis presents a sample database systems for inventory status of the ROK Army 2nd Logistics Support Command with relational model. Database design is a two-phased process, and here are examined both logical and physical database design processes. These processes are an iterative process to get optimal design. Normal forms can be applied to decrease inefficiency of the relational database model in the system design process. A sample database using dBASE II is implemented with IBM PC, and is designed for the user who does not have computer experience.
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