System Survey with a View Toward Utilizing a Back-End Data Base Processor.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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Members of the Air Force Military Personnel Center AFMPC want to investigate the feasibility of utilizing a back-end data base processor system configuration for the AFMPC personnel data management system. This thesis surveys the current system, the personnel management organization AFMPC, the back-end data base processor concept, and the general requirements of the system. The basic problems of the current system are that it is heavily utilized, and the data base files cannot be updated on a timely basis because of the heavy workload. The back-end data base processor concept is relatively new and may provide a solution to these problems. Consequently, a discussion of the back-end concept, its advantages, and disadvantages is presented. In addition, the general requirements of the system are discussed and are divided into two categories functional requirements, and system requirements.
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