A prototype multi-media data base for tracking interface relationships and performing cost tradeoffs for the Sea Launch and Recovery (SEALAR) Space Launch System
Mark, Joseph F.
Boger, Dan C.
Lacer, Donald A.
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This thesis develops a prototype multimedia database from which interface relationships and costs tradeoffs in the early stages of development of the Sea Launch and Recovery System (SEALAR) program can be rapidly and easily explored and evaluated. This prototype is developed employing HyperCard/Macintosh and demonstrates the feasibility of employing off-the-shelf technology to solve real world problems. the goal of attaining a cost effective system for access to space is thereby enhanced and brought one step closer to reality. Implementation issues are discussed and evaluated along with possible future enhancements to the model.
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