Analysis and development of a web-enabled planning and scheduling database application
Reed, Gary L.
Cook, Glenn R.
Robinette, William J.
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This thesis is in response to the annual requirement for departmental planning and scheduling of courses and instructors within all departments at NPS. This project thesis explains the process of analyzing, designing and implementing a web-enabled database capable of providing an effective and efficient tool for departmental planners. Using standard systems analysis procedures, this thesis provides a definition of the current business process, establishes an entityrelationship diagram for the desired process, constructs an operable database using MySQL, and provides a web-enabled interface for the population of data elements, creation of annual plans and reports for the extraction of decision making information.
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