On the Determination of the 'Closeness' to Complete Readiness and of Dynamic Readiness
NEW YORK UNIV BRONX DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH
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Two techniques for the measurement of readiness are discussed the closeness to complete readiness and dynamic readiness. The former is a measurement of the amount of time and effort required to achieve some prespecified level of complete readiness while the latter is a readiness measure which describes the ability of a unit to continue to perform in a satisfactory manner during the entire mission.
- Naval Surface Warfare