System analysis and design project (Documentation outline)

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System analysis and design project (Documentation outline)

  1. 1. ARBRA.14 System Analysis and Design Project Documentation Outline Title Page Table of Contents List of Table List of Figures List of Appendices 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study 1.2 Statement of Objective 1.2.1 General Problem 1.2.2 Specific Problem 1.2.3 General Objective 1.2.4 Specific Objective 1.3 Significance of the Study 1.4 Scope and Limitation 2.0 Methodology of the Study 3.0 Data Gathering Procedure and output 4.0 The Existing System 4.1 Company Background 4.2 Description of the System 4.3 Date Flow Diagram 4.4 Data Dictionary 4.5 Problem Areas 5.0 The Proposed System 5.1 System Overview 5.2 Process Specification 5.2.1 Data Flow Diagram 5.2.2 Data Dictionary 5.3 Data Specification 5.3.1 Entity Relationship Diagram 5.3.2 Table/ Files Layout 5.4 Screen Layout / Specification
  2. 2. ARBRA.14 5.5 Report / Form Specifications 5.6 Program / Module Specifications 6.0 System Coding (ProtoType) 6.1 Programming Language 6.2 Special Purpose Language Tools 7.0 System Testing Plan 7.1 Testing Stages 7.2 Testing Schedule 8.0 System Implementation Plan 8.1 Resource Requirements 8.1.1 Hardware Requirements 8.1.2 Software Requirements 8.1.3 Human Resources Requirements 8.2 Implementation Plan 8.2.1 Site Preparation 8.2.2 Personnel Training 8.2.3 System Conversation 8.2.4 Data Conversation 8.2.5 Implementation Schedule 9.0 System Maintenance Plan Appendices Bibliography Resource Persons S.M.A.R.T. Goal Questionnaire Goal: 1. Specific: What will the goal accomplish? How and why will it be accomplished. 2. Measurable: How will you measure whether or not the goal Has been reached (list at least two indicator)? 3. Achievable: is it possible? Have others done it successfully? Do you have the necessary knowledge. Skills, abilities, and resources to accomplish the goal? Will meeting the goal challenge you without defeating you?
  3. 3. ARBRA.14 4. Results-focused: What is the reason, purpose or benefit of accomplishing the goal? What is the result (not activities leading up the result) of goal? 5. Time Bound: What is the established completion date and does that completion date create a practical sense of urgency. Introduction After choosing your project study, It would be very easy to write the chapter 1, which is the introductory part of the study, It consists of introduction and background of the study, Conceptual Framework, Statement of the problem or objective of the study, Significance of the study , scope and delimitations and definition of term. Background of the Study This section includes the setting of the identified researched project. The presentation should be directed into what the problem is investigating. The flow of discussion should naturally lead to the presentation of the problem. It briefly expressed the need to undertake the study about the said problem. It should be starts with an introduction or opening statement about the main topic leading to the specific topic and the identification of the nature of the proposal .it is followed by a discussion on the specific topic leading to the problem definition. Finally, a solution is proposed to solve the problem and its corresponding strategy. Background of the Study (Opening statement about the main topic leading to specific topic) ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ (Discussion on the specific topic leading to main problem) ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________
  4. 4. ARBRA.14 (_) (Presentation of the main problem) ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ (Evidences that the problem really exists. Cite sources of information) ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Objective of the Study The objective of the study includes the general Objective and Specific Objectives. The general objective captures the title of the study. It must contain the subject matter of the study. It must be in response to solve the main or overall problem presented. It must be broad enough to include all aspects of the subject matter to be suited or investigated , yet it must be brief and concise as possible on the other hand the specific objectives must be precise explicit and follow the criteria of SMART. Objective of the Study General Objective: The general objective of this study is to _______________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Specific Objective: This study pursued the following specific objectives: 1.___________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________.
  5. 5. ARBRA.14 2.___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________. 3.___________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________. 4.___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________. Significance of the study This section the researchers expresses the value or the importance of the research study. It is where the significant contribution of the study is enumerated.it consists of explanation and discussion of the following: the rationale, timeless and relevance of the study; who are beneficiaries and what are their benefits; possible contribution to the body of knowledge and possible implications. The use of the following phrases could help express the significance of the study: The result of the study help them realized… The study will provide…. It will likewise serve… This study will contributed to… Scope and Limitations: The scope identifies the boundaries or coverage of the study while delimitations define the constraints or weaknesses which are not within the control of the researcher; therefore they are not expected to be covered by the study. In other words the scope and limitation defines what the study all about, where and when the study is to be conducted and who the subjects are or whom the study being made. Also included is a brief statement of the reason why the study is conducted and how it will be resolved. The use of the following phrases could help express the scope: The study will focus on It includes The study consists of The coverage of the study
  6. 6. ARBRA.14 The use of the following phrases could help express the limitation: This study is limited to The study does not cover It dies not seek to include

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