Analytical models for supplementing ship manning simulations
Gaver, Donald Paul
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The report reviews various mathematical models of use in relating ship readiness and system reliability to repair capability. It includes a model that describes the possible effects of preventive maintenance upon readiness. Certain parameters in the models are influenced by the quality of personnel available. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS55GV73021A
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