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DOSS as An Analysis Tool

Applications to the B-52 Aircrew Continuation Training Test Program, A Progress Report

Published 1979

by Richard Fallon


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Presents early results towards evaluating a rule-based system, called the Decision Oriented Scheduling System (DOSS), as an analysis tool. DOSS is used to model SAC wing scheduling in order to examine the effects of several alternative policies and procedures on wing performance. This effort has provided estimates regarding the usefulness of DOSS for analyzing alternative scheduling policies, as well as identified possible payoffs in wing performance resulting from alternative policies.

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