REASONABLENESS TESTING CFSS MK II

Authors
  1. Gibson, J.M.D.
Corporate Authors
Operational Research and Analysis Establishment, Ottawa ONT (CAN) Directorate of Mathematics and Statistics
Abstract
The preparation for Reasonableness Tests for the Canadian Forces Supply System Mark II (CFSS MK II) were carried out in the autumn of 1976. The main Reasonableness Testing Program, a modified version of the Reprovisioning Implementation Program LSPKI, was used in the test mode throughout the period as a vehicle for detecting and diagnosing design flaws, system flaws, and programming flaws. Two fairly successful full scale runs of the program were carried out on 19 Feb 77 and 27 Feb 77, producing statistics on the expected performance of CFSS MK II. A final full scale run was made on 30 Apr 77, and statistics were also gathered at the time of implementation, 30 May 77. Because of lack of sufficient time, a detailed analysis of the statistics was not carried out. However it was possible to produce summaries of overall behaviour which were of assistance to the supply staff in reaching a decision on the timing of implementation.
Report Number
DLA-WP-7/77 — Working Paper
Date of publication
15 Sep 1977
Number of Pages
191
DSTKIM No
77-04465
CANDIS No
101139
Format(s):
Hardcopy

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