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2.0 Methodology of the Study
Planning

Analysis

Design

Implementationnon

System

Fig. 2.0 Waterfall Development Method
The Waterfall Model illustrates the software development process in a linear sequential flow. This means that any phase in the development process begins only if the previous phase is complete. The waterfall approach does not define the process to go back to the previous phase to handle changes in requirement. Therefore, different projects may follow different approaches to handle such situations. The waterfall approach is the earliest approach that was used for software development. Initially, most projects followed the waterfall approach because they did not focus on changing requirements. [sdlc.com] The developers apply this method because it is often used in software development processes, it is much easier to catch and correct possible flaws at the design stage than at the testing stage, after all the components have been integrated and tracking down specific errors. 5.3.1 Entity Relationship Diagram

Patient
ID
Name
Address
Consult to
Age
Gender
Doctor
Name
ID
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Fig. 5.3.1 Entity Relationship Diagram

5.3.2 Tables/ File Layout
Patient Table
Field Name| Description| Size| Data Type|
Patient_ID| Unique identity of a patient| Auto Number| Auto Number| Name| Name of the patient| 50| String|
Address| Current address of patient| 100| VarChar|
Age| Current age of patient| 20|...
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