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Repair level analysis model enhancement

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1 Author(s)
Douglas, R.A. ; Modern Technol. Corp., Dayton, OH, USA

An ongoing three-phased government-sponsored research and development effort directed at developing a more flexible, more adaptive repair level analysis (RLA) model is described. Phase 1 is the research phase to compile, rank, and assess available methodologies, and to study how the current software may be upgraded, particularly with respect to improving the user interface on the current model, network repair level analysis (NRLA). The Phase 1 effort is described. The topics dealt with include: terminology review, repair/discard decision sequence, repair-level analysis (RLA), complicated RLA problems, current RLA model capabilities, Air Force task order languages, and phase 1 results

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1990. NAECON 1990., Proceedings of the IEEE 1990 National

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21-25 May 1990

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