Development of a Network Analysis of the Air Force Provisioning Process for an Applied Computer Simulation Exercise.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS
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This thesis set out to produce a ready-to-use package for a computer-aided training exercise to teach a network analysis technique applied to the USAF provisioning process. The starting point for the application of the computer-aided instruction was the existing PROV-MAN-X or as a stand-alone product. Summarizing the research objectives, the specific goals of the thesis were to 1 gather information to identify activities, relationships, and times for the USAF provisioning process, and 2 design a computerized simulation model of the USAF provisioning process, and 3 develop user friendly computer programs to act as the instructional medium for the training exercise.
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