Paul D. Faas

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The current Air Force aircraft logistics system is reactive in nature, meaning that once a fault is detected, maintenance personnel must perform fault isolation procedures and then take steps to repair or replace the faulty item. The Autonomic Logistics System (ALS) concept changes this reactive process into a proactive one. This new approach to the(More)
In this paper, we discuss the design and use of a proto-type object-oriented framework for simulating automatic data collection systems within their operational contexts. We motivate the purpose of the framework and how the framework can be used through the use of a simple scenario on an airbase. In addition, we overview the design by examining the major(More)
The current Air Force aircraft logistics system is reactive in nature, meaning that once a fault is detected, maintenance personnel must perform fault isolation procedures and then take steps to repair or replace the faulty item. The Autonomic Logistics System (ALS) concept changes this reactive process into a proactive one. This new approach to the(More)
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