Naval Systems Analysis

Course #OS4680

Est.imated Completion Time: 3 months


This course covers the techniques for the analysis of proposed and existing systems. It includes analysis of alternatives and models in decision making, optimization in design and operations, queuing theory and analysis, Markov analysis, and selected topics to support project work. Students analyze case studies and complete a course project. Students also use spreadsheet software for modeling and analyzing design alternatives, and develop communication skills by writing reports of analyses.

Included in degrees & certificates

  • 281
  • 363


  • OS2080
  • OS3180
  • OS3380
  • OS3680

Learning Outcomes

·      Devise and implement a linear programming model in Excel with military applications.

·      Formulate algebraic linear programming models for a variety of decision problems.

·      Use general integer and binary variables in integer linear programming models.

·      Properly document tables and effectively use functions in Excel for various tasks.

·      Effectively use simple and multiple regression to create models for data.

·      Learn how to effectively work with a time series set of data.

·      Use queuing models for military applications.

·      Create decision trees and risk profiles for various decision applications.

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Application Deadlines

  •  08 Jul 2024

    Fall Quarter applications due

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