Network Repair Level Analysis Model. Programmer's Guide.
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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This programming guide has been written for the Network Repair Level Analysis NRLA Model computer program developed at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. Its purpose is to describe the programs structure, logic, input and output operations, and the organization of data used in the program so that modifications andor corrections can be made. It is intended for use with program and the NRLA Users Guide. The program is written in FORTRAN and was developed on the AFLC Honeywell 635 computer. Several FORTRAN features available e.g., character variables, arithmetic expressions in DO statements, and quoted literals were intentionally avoided in order to minimize the occurrence of incompatibilities with other FORTRAN compilers. The program has also been compiled, with minor changes, and executed on IBM hardware. The program is composed of a main routine, a block data subroutine, plus 12 additional subroutines. Each of these is described in Chapter 2 with particular attention to data structures affected and CALLS to other subroutines. In addition, figures are provided to illustrate data structures and linkages between data elements.
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