On Database Synchronization & Logistics Adaptive Planning Framework – Net-Centric Logistics Framework Development For Adaptive Operational Planning


  1. Debbabi, M.
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Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier, Valcartier QUE (CAN);TRUSTSEER CORPORATION, MONTREAL QUEBEC (CAN)
This document contains information on the design and implementation of the database synchronizer testbed, along with a centralized planning framework over it. The purpose of the document is to present the software life cycle according to the IEEE 12007 standard. Here we illustrate the requirements analysis followed by software design, architecture and implementation details. The main intent of the project is to integrate and synchronize these two systems such that any change of information in one of these systems is directly and automatically reflected in the other system in near real-time. This involves the elaboration of a centralized framework and related procedures for the integration and synchronization of two databases, namely, LogBase (the database behind EVE application) hosted on Microsoft SQL-Server and NMDS hosted on Oracle. Such a net-centric logistics framework will allow access and will synchronize multi-level information sources while constantly monitoring/tracking assets information in order to present it to the users. On top of the data synchronization framework, we have designed and implemented net-centric logistics framework enabled by various information sources at different levels. This information is enabling us to create and simulate logistics military missions in relation to contingency planning, monitoring and analysis. This proof-of-concept extensively demonstrates the implementation of theoretical logistic planning using vehicle routing problems on

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Data Synchronization;Net-centric Logistics Framework;Adaptive Operational Planning;IEEE 12007 standard;LogBase;EVE application;Microsoft SQL-Server;NMDS;Oracle;contingency planning;Client-server Framework
Report Number
DRDC-VALCARTIER-CR-2011-624 — Contract Report
Date of publication
01 Mar 2011
Number of Pages
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