PROCEEDINGS OF THE NMC SYSTEM PERFORMANCE EFFECTIVENESS CONFERENCE (4th), WASHINGTON, D. C., MAY 8-9, 1968,
NAVAL MATERIAL COMMAND WASHINGTON D C
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Contents Todays problems in fleet effectiveness More effective ships systems for tomorrows fleet System organization for ASW systems evaluation An analysis of the 3-M approach to problem recognition ASW encounter and mission effectiveness computer simulation models Systems effectiveness techniques The role of ASW systems engineering in weapon system effectiveness Personnel qualification standards SEABEE Tactically Installed, Navy Generated Engineer Resources System STINGER Uniform automatic data processing system for inventory control points Contribution of DSOT to readiness Reliability and availability on the DXDXG program Electrical and mechanical system design review--a system effectiveness tool Torpedo firing report program--weapon system effectiveness factor Production of quality ammunition during accelerating manufacture and broadening production base periods Surface launched guided missile no-test program An analysis of quantitative maintainability characteristics of a weapons system trainer Conditioning electrical power increases systems effectiveness Application of design disclosure in ASMS Application of reliability assessment program to mine warfare Navy program for advanced development of landing craft Standardization of electronics componentsequipments Shipboard centralized automatic test equipment--the software dilemma and Concept formulation approach for total ship system.
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