Selection of Optimal and Robust Navy Vessel Schedules
Annette Milewich - Analyst, Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA) (M.S. 1998)
Julie Anderson - Analyst, Federal Bureau of Investigation (M.S. 1998)
Matthew Chesney, Captain, United States Army, United States Army Concepts Analysis Agency (M.S. 1998)
Course: OR 680, Applications Seminar
Professor: Stephen G. Nash
The reduction of the Navy's vessel inventory may impact the Navy's ability to perform critical missions.
This is in large part due to political and budget constraints, as well as a geopolitical situation that demands a more complex commitment of these assets. Analysts from Systems Planning and Analysis,
Inc. (SPA) are faced with a challenge to develop approaches based on detailed analyses of scheduling and operational issues which will accurately predict the effectiveness of Navy vessel fleets for their
intended missions. In turn, our group's mission is to obtain fleet schedules that "best" maintain mission requirement under uncertainty.
This project was co sponsored by Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. Project results were briefed on 8 May 1998 during the Applications Seminar Project briefings.
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