The analysis and design of microcomputer based Local Area Networks for Public Works Departments of Naval Facilities Commands
Drummond, Brad Campbell.
Mott, Ron K.
Nugent, Robert T.
Jones, Carl R.
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The purpose of this thesis is, through the application of both academic theory and practical procedures, to present a manual which outlines a step wise procedure for the analysis and design of a microcomputer based Local Area Network for the Public Works Departments of Naval Facilities Commands. A brief overview of the Public Works structure and operations is conducted. Analysis and design objectives, along with a methodology for achieving these objectives are tendered. Finally, a review of the essential parts of the Requirements Evaluation Report is presented.
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