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Proceedings of the NMC System Performance Effectiveness Conference (5th), May 21-22, 1969, Department of State Building Auditorium, Washington, D. C.,
NAVAL APPLIED SCIENCE LAB BROOKLYN NY
Contents The Role of COMOPTEVFOR in Operational Evaluations Prevalent Deficiencies Found in Operationally Evaluated Equipment Scenario Simulation for Mission Reliability and Availability Quality Assurance Program-COMSUBLANT Electromagnetic Compatibility in Systems Effectiveness Improved Operational Gun Firing Analysis Numerical Tape Controlled Machines for Quick Reaction Capability Planning and Procurement of Systems Effectiveness The Environment-One Key to Increased Effectiveness Environmental Vibrations on Naval Ships Technical Manuals-Vital Contributors to Systems Performance Effectiveness The Technical Manual in Systems Effectiveness Development and Application of a Total Ship Simulation Model Influencing Training Device Effectiveness Potential Payoffs from Application of Integrated Logistic Support Principles The Base Electronics System Engineering Plan-An Integrated System Approach for Shore Electronics Supply Responsiveness as a Factor in Operational Availability The Impact of Contract Definition on the Shipbuilding Program Application of GEM to SSN Ship Concept Formulation Reliability Testing Development of a High Reliability Electronics Equipment NAVORD Maintainability Engineering Handbook Visibility II A Cost Effectiveness Model for Large Screen Display Evaluation.