APPLICATION OF SYSTEM ANALYSIS IN ORDER TO MONITOR GRAIN SILOS

MOHAMED NAJEH LAKHOUA

Abstract

After a presentation of the management of grain silos, we present the necessity of the system analysis and the identification of information in grain silos based on the OOPP method (Objectives Oriented Project Planning). This kind of analysis enables an efficient management and monitoring of the activities of grain silos. In fact, the OOPP method constitutes a tool of a global system modeling that allows us to analyze a difficult situation by a hierarchically decomposition until attainment a basic level allowing to an operational planning. Then, the aim of this paper is the application of the OOPP method to the analysis of grain silos which enables us to contribute to the development and deployment of an Information System and monitoring of grain storage.

Keywords

System analysis, monitoring, information system, grain silos

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