Depot Maintenance Planning and Programming System (DMPPS). Volume 3. Alterations Subsystem.
Final rept. Jul 74-Jul 77,
DAVID W TAYLOR NAVAL SHIP RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER BETHESDA MD
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The Depot Maintenance Planning and Programming System DMPPS is a large computer system developed over a period of two and a half years by the David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center DTNSRDC, Code 186 for the Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSEA, Code 070T. The System was developed to project shipyard resource requirements i.e., labor mandays and costs as well as material costs by shipyard production shop and by ship work breakdown structure SWBS. It enables management to assess the impact on the shipyards and ship systems of changes in depot-level maintenancealterations policy, major changes in force levels andor composition and budgetary constraints. DMPPS consists of a network of interdependent computer programs written in FORTRAN IV. It was developed at DTNSRDC using the CDC 6000 series computers and was subsequently converted for the IBM 360370 series computers. It is now installed and operational at the NAVSEA 070 computer terminal which accesses an IBM 370168 computer. This document presents the IBM 360370 version of the DMPPS program modules. The modules have been grouped into six subsystems. Each of Volumes 2-7 of this document describes, in detail, one of these subsystems. An executive summary of the entire DMPPS is presented in Volume 1.
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