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FFCS registration system

  1. 1. OOAD & POS PROJECT 10.Conclusion 1.Introduction 9.Algorithm 2.Backgroundwork FFCS 8.Verification and REGISTRATION 3.RequirementsValidation SYSTEM 7.System Design 4.Critical Systems 6.System Design 5.Software Processand Architecture . Model
  2. 2. 1. INTRODUCTION FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM
  3. 3. 2. BACKGROUND WORK FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM
  4. 4. 3. REQUIREMENTS3.1 Functional 3.3 UserRequirements Requirements user FFCS requirements REGISTRATION SYSTEM 3.4 Domain Requirements3.2 Non-FunctionalRequirementsnon functionalrequirements 3.5 System Requirements system requirements
  5. 5. 4.CRITICAL SYSTEMS SPECIFICATION4.1Risk Specification 4.2.Safety Specification FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM4.4. Software ReliabilitySpecification 4.3.Security Specification
  6. 6. 4.1 RISK SPECIFICATION4.1.1.Risk Identification 4.1.2.Risk Analysispossible risks in system classification table FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM .4.1.4.Risk Reduction 4.1.3.Risk DecompositionManagement
  7. 7. 4.2 SAFETY SPECIFICATION FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM
  8. 8. 4.3 SECURITY SPECIFICATION4.3.1 Asset Identification 4.3.2 Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM4.3.4 Technology Analysis 4.3.3 Threat Assignment
  9. 9. 4.4 SOFTWARE RELIABILITY SPECIFICATION4.4.1 Hardware Reliability 4.4.2 Software Reliability FFCS REGISTARTION SYSTEM 4.4.3 Operator Reliability
  10. 10. 5.SOFTWARE PROCESS MODEL5.1 Water-Fall Model 5.2 Evolutionary Model FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM 5.3 Component Based Software Engineering
  11. 11. 5.3 COMPONENT-BASED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 5.3.2 Requirements5.3.1 Component Analysis Specification FFCS REGISTRATION5.3.4 Development and 5.3.3 System Design with SYSTEMIntegration Reuse
  12. 12. 6.SYSTEM DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM
  13. 13. CLIENT-SERVER MODEL
  14. 14. 7.SYSTEM TESTING7.1 Integration Testing FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM 7.2 Release Testing
  15. 15. 7.1 INTEGRATION TESTING FFCS Registration System
  16. 16. 7.2 RELEASE TESTING FFCS Registration System
  17. 17. 8. VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION8.1 Verificationverification process FFCS REGISTRATION SYSTEM 8.2 Validation validation process
  18. 18. 9. ALGORITHMThe process involved is1. First the user gets in to the authentication process2. Then the batch is selected by the usersNow in case of student:He/she selects the registration1. The course available and the compulsory courses and its credits for a particular semester are viewed.2. Then the courses and its corresponding teachers are selected. FFCS3. Cancelation of already registered courses is also possible with in particular period of time. REGISTRATION SYSTEM4. Finally printed copy of timetable is sent to the user’s mail or to their system.Now in case of a teacher:1. He/she selects the student batch and different branches.2. Then teacher views the list of students who chose him/her.3. Then time table is viewed by the teachers.4. Finally printed form is sent to teacher’s mail.
  19. 19. 10. CONCLUSIONWe have described a general purpose prototype University scheduling systemwhich is capable of:• Handling many different forms of timetabling constraint while only ever dealingwith feasible timetables.• Generating high-quality solutions despite the increasing problems which hasresulted from modularization.• Providing a choice of several different good schedules from which the user maychoose the best. FFCS• Directing the time table to the most constrained parts of the timetable so that, if REGISTRATIONnecessary, adjustments may be made SYSTEM manually.• Allowing database queries to produce a schedule for any staffmember, student, room or item of equipment.• Generating a personalized view of the timetable for each member ofstaff, communicating this over the campus network, and inviting on-linecomments on perceived quality.

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