Establishing Objectives, Measures, and Criteria for Multi-Phase Complementary Activities.

by Sidney I. Firstman, David S. Stoller

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A discussion of the use of time-phased sequences of complementary activities as models to represent diverse types of systems phenomena. Examples of the process and concepts operating in the use of such models are given in the context of generalized countdown and launch activities.

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