January 9, 2018 @ 9:00 am – January 11, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
4363 Missile Way
Oxnard, CA 93035
Howard Gottlieb
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Objective: The objective of this class is to increase NSWC PHD proficiency in the

Computer Architectures arena where it is frequently involved in; design architectures,

computer program development and documentation, computer program testing, and

configuration management. Computer systems are the driving force in the perpetual

evolution of automation in all modern-day weapon systems. They enable an unlimited

amount of access to information, weapons precision and speed-of-response, value

added command and control processes, high-speed automated assignment of

resources, integrated sensors with close coupling to weapons, and a list too long to

continue. DoD organizations across the globe continue to develop architectures that

represent great strides in innovation for advanced combat operations. However,

significant differences in these architectures exist that complicate the ability to maximize

interoperability when sharing technology across organizations. In the accomplishment

of its In-Service Engineering Agent role, NSWC PHD engineers are frequently called

upon to develop unique solutions to network-centric interoperability and integration

issues, particularly the sustainment of outdated computer equipment. Proficient

execution of this effort requires an intimate knowledge of basic computer architecture.

Topics of Discussion include:

Computer Design

o Terminology

o Operating principles

o Major components



o Construction

o Performance benchmarking




o Troubleshooting

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