Design, implementation, and analysis of the Personnel, Operations, Equipment, and Training (POET) database and application program for the Turkish Navy Frigate
Wu, C. Thomas
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The Turkish Navy frigates have a challenging mission, which encompasses tactical, operational and administrative tasks. Lacking an automated information infrastructure hinders the ships' ability to efficiently perform the administrative activities, to generate the required reports quickly and to make effective decisions based on this information. The objective of this thesis is to design and implement the Personnel, Operations, Equipment, and Training (POET) Database and Application Program for the Turkish Navy frigates and to analyze the potential benefits that will be obtained by using this system. The POET database system will provide the Turkish Navy frigates with an automated information system that will support the administrative activities, release manpower to perform other duties and reduce the productive power loss by increasing the availability, accuracy, and consistency of the data. The thesis covers the analysis of requirements, conceptual database design using Semantic Data Model, logical database design on Microsoft Access DBMS, and implementation of the application program using Java and JDBC API. The result of this study is a functional application that will eliminate most of the current problems onboard the frigates and result in considerable savings of personnel power and time while providing the required information to the command quickly.
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