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Development of Priority Calculation Models for Enacting and Revising the Korea Defense Standards and Specifications
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Development of Priority Calculation Models for Enacting and Revising the Korea Defense Standards and Specifications
Sung, Si-Il; Kim, Hyeunggeun; Kim, Yong Soo; Bae, Sukjoo; Kim, Jun-Su; Kim, Jong-Man;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study developed a method of determining priorities for evaluating and revising defense standards. Methods: The proposed data integration and refinement methods are used to obtain component reliability information and to determine the frequency of component citation based on Pareto analysis. Based on the reliability information and the frequency of cited components, the target components for quality improvement can be determined and improved using various methods, such as engineering changes, special meetings, additional training, and revising the maintenance manual. Results: Based on the proposed process, we identified components that need to be improved in order to enhance the quality and reliability. Conclusion: Our process will improve the quality and reliability of weapon systems. The proposed process can be adopted for various weapon systems to enhance their quality and reliability, and to reduce military spending.
 Keywords
Defense Standard and Specification;Standard Citation Index;Value Chain;
 Language
Korean
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