Manpower requirements database for the Greek Navy
Sergis, Kyriakos N.
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The Greek Navy is trying to create a Web-enabled Data Base system, which will enhance and facilitate the process of assigning duties (jobs) to its officers. This study provides a prototype of implementing the job-to-officers assignment process by creating a manpower Data Base accessed via the Internet. This prototype is based on the 3-tier architecture, having both the Web and Data Base design and implementation. Behind the scenes, is a multi-criteria decision algorithm that takes the officers' credentials and the officers' and commands' preferences into account and then it determines the best distribution of the officers to the available jobs. This thesis and the supporting research will strive to develop the requirements and a working prototype web site for the detailer and reduce both manpower and time required to complete the assignment process conducted by the Greek Navy's Department of Personnel.
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