A presentation of a system of handling the many and complex data generated on an Air Force base. With AUTOSATE (Automated Data Systems Analysis Technique), system analysis is specifically geared to: (1) determining the characteristics of different stations, (2) determining the relationships between stations, (3) locating and analyzing the major data storage points in the information network.
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