Military art and science, Mathematical models, Military education
A perspective of the Naval Education and Training System (NETS) is developed and utilized as a framework on which a simulation model of general training system activities is constructed. The simulation model, which is based on functional activities, emphasizes the interdependent consequences of decisions and actions created through management planning, analysis, and control of training programs. A simulation experiment was conducted using a test situation description (scenario) to reflect the impact of management decisions and actions on the resulting allocation of resources and timeliness of training program activities. Conclusions are drawn regarding the utility and implications of the system dynamics model as a management tool with which to improve training. Recommendations are made regarding future experimentation and analysis which is required for sufficient development of a useful management tool.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
vi, 72 pages
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Military art and science -- Mathematical models, Military education
Boudreaux, Alvin J., "A Military Training System Perspective and Model for Training Program Management" (1974). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 90.