Document Type



Master of Science


Industrial Engineering

First Adviser

Ralphs, Theodore K.


Since the number of troops in the ROK Army will gradually decrease, efficient personnel assignment is required to improve the level of combat power. Therefore, the process of assigning recruits will become more important. In the current system, the calculation of the vacancy positions for assigning recruits is performed manually by a person. Thus, the occurrence of mistakes in the process and the inefficiencies of the calculation results are inevitable problems. In particular, imbalances due to deviations among combat powers after the assignment of recruits can be a major problem. The purpose of the new model presented in this paper is to reduce these deviations among combat powers. Randomized data sets were used for the experiments. The difference between the result of applying the current system and the result of applying the new system were confirmed. Tables, graphs and statistical hypothesis testing were performed to compare the results. After these experiments, it was confirmed that there are significant differences between the results on the current system and those of the new system. Therefore, we can conclude that the proposed new system is more suitable for efficient assignments than the current system. These results imply that the application of the new system can help solve the imbalances among combat powers that occur during the assignment of recruits.