ORACLE (Oversight of Resources and Capability for Logistics Effectiveness) is a methodology that was developed to abstract aggregate relations from the U.S. Air Force's computation system for spares and repair requirements. Because ORACLE currently works with only a simplified version of this system, this Note investigates ways of extending ORACLE so that it can work with the actual version.
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