Summaries - Research
Back Optimized Replenishment At Sea (RAS) Scheduling For Military Sealift Command's Combat Logistics Force
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
|Department||Dean of Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
Kline, Jeffery E.
Carlyle, William M.
|Sponsor||Military Sealift Command (Navy)|
|Summary||The new capabilities of RASP and larger user base has created the need for an increased level of effort to support a make sure all fleets get the most out of the new version of RASP as possible. Also slated for these next 6 months is integrating RASP with CTF-63"s O3DB database, a requirement for RASP adoption at that fleet. This will also be a good first step towards allowing RASP to communicate with a centralized database that, one day, all the fleets may share.|
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