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Online Class Scheduling System

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Transcript of Online Class Scheduling System

Introduction
Findings of the Study
Methodology
References
Mateo
Decano
Guttierez
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Background of the Study
The process of creating a schedule deciding how to order these tasks and how to commit resources between the varieties of possible tasks is called scheduling.
Online Class Scheduling System
The End
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Quillicol
Foreign Study:
Local Study:
Preference Driven University Course Scheduling System
Online Scheduling & Project Scheduling
UTEXAS Course Scheduling
Automating Schedule Generation in the Context of a University Timetabling Information System
Review of Related Literature
Automated Class Scheduling System
Adaptive Planning and Scheduling System
Importance of the Study
Students
Interface Computer College
Faculty
Researchers
This study is important to the following:
Statement of the Problems
The following problems that the researchers encountered:

1. What are the techniques used scheduling?
2. How can we ensure the system’s accuracy in detecting conflicts on schedule?
3. What are the aspects we need to consider in order to develop a system which can adapt the skills of a human expert in scheduling?


Objective of the Study
These are the specific objectives the proponents want to achieve:

1. To provide a more accurate way on scheduling of classes.
2. To provide a system that could detect if there is a conflict on the plotted schedule.
3. To eliminate the use of manual scheduling and provide an easier and effective way of scheduling.

Software Development Methodolgy


Waterfall
model is the methodology that is used in planning and implementing the proposed project. Upon planning and developing of the proposed the group considers the framework of sequential series of phase also known as System Development Life Cycle (SDLC). SDLC is needed to achieve and develop a full-function system.
Scope and Limitation Study
Scope

This part will emphasize the areas covered by the proposed Online Scheduling System and the scope of the system’s capabilities. The study will also discuss the services that offered by the use of the proposed system.



Limitation

The part will discuss the proposed system’s limitation.

Data Gathering Techniques

Research and Observation Method
. The proponents gathered data and information which is essential for developing and implementing the proposed system.
Sources of Data
Books
Internet
Thesis Documentations
The Existing System

The Interface Computer College is using the classical or traditional way of organizing and creating class schedules.
Alternative Solution
Cost and Benefit Analysis



Software Cost Per Unit Quantity Total Cost
WAMP 0 1 0
Notepad++ 0 1 0

Peopleware Cost Per Unit Quantity Total Cost
Developer 2, 500 4 10, 000
Adviser 2, 000 1 2, 000

Other Cost Cost Per Unit Quantity Total Cost
Maintenance 1, 000 1 1, 000

Total Cost 13, 000

Presentation and
Analysis of Exsisting System

Concept of Operations
The personnel in-charge in scheduling plots subjects with corresponding instructor and room number to a blank form of timetable.
Problem Analysis
Limited scheduling techniques.
Technical Aspect
Operational Aspect
Economical Aspect

The Return of Investment is based on the formula:

ROI = (Gain from Investment – Cost of Investment)
Cost of Investment

ROI = (10,000 – 3, 000) ROI = 7, 000 ROI = 1.75%
4, 000 4, 000


Findings
The answers to the statements of the problems are also based on what the group realized after analyzing those concerns. To answer the following constraints met, the proponents analyzed the problems and conducted solutions to the stated problems.
Conceptual Design
Data Flow Diagram
Context Diagram
level 0
User Interface Design(viewing only)
References:
Kennedy, R. (2010). PREFERENCE DRIVEN UNIVERSITY COURSE SCHEDULING SYSTEM. California Polytechnic State University.


Paulus, J. (2008). Online Scheduling & Project Scheduling. University of Twente


Sing Sandhu, K. Automating Class Schedule Generation in the Context of a University Timetabling Information System, MBA School of Management, Nathan Campus, Griffith University.

Gamale, J., Anuta, E., Sayson, Z.(2012) Automated
Class Scheduling System. Bohol Island State University, Main Campus.
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