AuthorBoner, Kevin Eugene, 1961-
KeywordsOperational readiness (Military science) -- Computer simulation.
Weapons systems -- Computer simulation.
United States. -- Navy -- Operational readiness.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe objective of this research was to develop a framework whereby the United States Naval Surface Forces could be provided with better information to determine their overall readiness capability. This study utilized the new Readiness Assessment and Reporting Standard (S9410-AN-STD-010/AEGIS) as a guide. Also, a System Design Methodology was used as a tool to develop mathematical models for generating the readiness capability for a particular system. The specific system selected for demonstrating this framework was the Gun Weapon System (GWS) being developed for the Arleigh Burke DDG-51 Class Destroyer.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Systems and Industrial Engineering