Registration System for the Faculty of Science - Sana'a University

Al-Sharafi, Ali Mohammed (2001) Registration System for the Faculty of Science - Sana'a University. Masters project report, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

The purpose of this project is to develop a computerized registration system for Faculty of Science in Sana' a University - Yemen, since the registration system in the faculty still manual. This system was developed using Oracle as a DBMS, because of the facilities it provides such as, unlimited database and high-speed data access. The waterfall model was the model that has been chosen to develop this system because it does not require a user feedback like prototyping model or some other models and this is because this project has been developed in a different place (i.e. not in the same country of the Sana'a University). With this system, the registration process can be easily done accurately, faster, and with more security than the manual process.

Item Type:Project Paper Report
Subject:Recording and registration - Yemen.
Chairman Supervisor:Pn. Norhayati Mohd. Ali
Call Number:FSKTM 2001 21
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
ID Code:8677
Deposited By: Nurul Hayatie Hashim
Deposited On:09 Dec 2010 03:30
Last Modified:26 Jun 2012 08:49

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