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The essential function of the DSS is transforming the input from the user into languages that can be read by the DBMS, MBMS and KBMS and into a form that can be understood by the user.
According to Turban and Aronson (2001) the KBMS is the necessary component of the effective DSS.
Once correlation algorithms are determined, storage forecasts can be developed by using KBM values from next year's business plan.
The purpose of the knowledge-based management system (KBMS) is to store knowledge-based records composed of past situations generated by the SES and their solutions generated by the CES or the DSS (if the DSS is to be invoked).
Although less integrated to vehicle subsystems than the Thales Comm@nder, the FBCB2 rests on a proven, massive installed base; as a key information superiority enabler, though, it is not exported much (Australia is known to be a Foreign Military Sales beneficiary), even if the Samsung-Thales KBMS entering service in Korea looks very similar in capability.
KBMS and DBMS are facilities to support knowledge base and database management functions.
To keep the knowledge-base up-to-date UNUM recognized the importance of maintaining domain expertise and appointed an account manager as the "point" person, whose role it is to scan the environment and determine if new trends or shifts in the environment need to be incorporated in the KBMS. As changes are identified, the point person documents these changes and submits them to management before the knowledge-base is updated.