Auto scheduling system // GP // Dr. Adel Ghannam // T. A. Sara Osama // T. A. Eman Osama (2018 - 2019)Material type: TextSeries: MANAGEMENT DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2018Publication details: Giza : MSA, 2018Description: 52 PSubject(s): DDC classification:
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Auto scheduling system is an application that helps any educational
institution to auto schedules their courses. This system will help its users
to manage their schedules easily. It allows the users to set the number of
the slots in schedule and the duration of the lecture. Also it will have a
future that will allow the institution to re-schedule the courses to the
rooms and labs according to its capacity.
In my project, I used the object-oriented method to apply this opportunity
by creating use case model, class model, sequence model and activity
model. The use case model represents the actors that will use the system
and services (which are defined requirements in the scope) they will use.
The class model is a simulation of the reality when the user is performing
the operations, which are services in the use case. The classes can be
defined as components which collaborate with each other to make the
operations in each class. Sequence model describes the interactions
between classes in terms of an exchange of messages and replies. It's a
good way to visualize the scenarios that can help in discovering the
responsibilities a class may need to have in the process of modeling a
new system. The last model is the activity model which shows the flow
and the sequence of activities that users will perform in the system. This
diagram will help the programmer in understanding the flow of processes
and it will become easier to implement and develop the system.
Moreover, from the activity diagram, we can discover the screens that
will appear to the users which they will interact with.
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