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DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY- DASMARIÑAS
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
COMPUTER STUDIES DEPARTMENT

SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN PROJECT

TITLE PAGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0INTRODUCTION
1.1Background of Study
1.2Statement of the Research Problem
1.3Statement of Objectives
1.3.1General Objectives
1.3.2Specific Objectives
1.4Significance of the Study
1.5Scope and Limitations of the Study

2.0REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

3.0THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
3.1 Statement of Assumptions
3.2 Operational Definitions
3.2.1 Definition of Terms
3.2.2 Definition of Processes
3.3 Theories used in the Study

4.0THE EXISTING SYSTEM
4.1 Description of the System
4.3 Inputs
4.4 Processes
4.5 Files
4.6 Outputs
4.7 Data Flow Diagram
4.8 Problem Areas

5.0THE PROPOSED SYSTEM
5.1 System Overview
5.2 System Objectives
5.3 Scope
5.4 System Justification

6.0 DESIGN
6.1 Inputs
6.2 Processes
6.3 Files
6.4 Outputs

7.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

DATES OF SUBMISSION:

Aug. 14 – Chapter 1 (systems presented subject to approval) Aug. 20 – DFD (Existing system)
Aug. 31 – Chapter 1- 4
Sept. 11 – DFD (Proposed system)
Sept. 25 – Chapter 1-7 (final documentation)
Sept. 28 – Oct. 9 - schedule of defense

DOCUMENTATION DETAILS

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background of the Study
Provide a background on what the problem is all about/overview •Motivation for the problem
Brief background of the company (e.g. XYZ company is founded..). This may entail the inclusion of the company’s vision mission, a background about the specific system of interest (from its inception to the current scenario). 1.2 Statement of the Research Problem

Must be straightforward, start with the current state of the system •Must be concise and logical in presentation. The follow of presentation may follow the order Input-Processes-Output. •Present all VALID problems encountered in the present system (paragraph form). Problems should be those that the proposed system will specifically resolve •Problems considered (e.g. manual system is prone to errors because of these factors…) 1.3 Statement of Objectives

1.3.1General Objectives
A single statement indicating the totality of the Special Problem work to be undertaken. It should encompass all of the specific objectives. Likewise, it is assumed that by accomplishing all of the specific objectives, the general objective is achieved.(e.g. To develop an Online Billing & Reservation System for XYZ Company). 1.3.2Specific Objectives

Objectives of the entire study and not of the software
Specify all the things to be done in order to accomplish the general objective/research. (e.g. 1. To analyze the problems of the existing through the use of data flow diagrams, 2. To implement the software by conducting training, equipment conversion, file conversion and system conversion.) 1.4 Significance of the Study

Considering the current state of technology, what makes the study significant/important? •Importance of the study and how it will benefit others (faculty, students, other researches, University, the company, etc.) this maybe supported by the interviews and answers to questionnaires gathered by the proponents during the initial systems study.

1.5 Scope and Limitations of the Study
Observe the company, then from the system/subsystems observed, identify what will be included in the study and portions which will not be included (for justifiable reasons).

2.0Review of Related Literature
Minimum of 8 related literature ( 4 foreign, 4 local)
Can be from books, if it includes a study or a system that is developed which is related to what the researchers are developing. •Provided analyses for the related studies presented ( i.e. comparison, how are they related to the study) 3.0 Theoretical Framework

3.1 Statement of Assumptions
Assumptions made by the researchers that...
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