Database Design for Personnel Management in Republic of Korea Army.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The decision to implement a database is motivated by the need to share data among a variety of diverse applications and to integrate data for supporting more sophisticated applications. Both of these requirements complicate the already difficult task of providing safe and efficient access to computerized data. The designer should select an appropriate database model among alternative database models. This thesis analyses various aspects of personnel management in the ROK Army and determines relationships between policies and data item relationships. Further, from the derived model, the data item relationships, database design theories, and database relationships with these 3 components a personnel management system is designed. In order to fully implement these recommendations, hardware must be chosen, and a significant volume of data must be loaded. Originator-supplied keywords include Attribute, and Relational data model.
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Computer Programming and Software