This chapter discusses the methodology, the data gathering techniques, and the scope and delimitation of the study. This will serve as the guide to the proponents on how they will conduct the study systematically in order to fulfill the study’s objectives. Software Development and Methodology
The Rapid Application Development (RAD) approach would be used to develop the system because of time constraints in the development schedule. RAD is a linear sequential software development process model that emphasized on extremely short development cycle using a component-based construction approach. If the requirements are well understood and defined, and the project scope is constraint, the RAD process will enable a development team to create a fully functional system with in very short time period. RAD model has the following phases:
Brainstorming. The proponents used brainstorming where they share ideas and their creativity on how to approach and developed this study. Brainstorming focuses on quantity rather than quality of ideas. The assumption is that the greater the number of ideas generated, the greater the chance of producing a radical and effective solution.
Brainstorming is a group creativity technique designed to generate a large number of ideas for the solution of a problem. Since brainstorming focuses on quantity instead of quality, criticisms of ideas generated are put on hold. By suspending judgment, participants will feel free to generate unusual ideas.
In this phase, the researchers tried to conjure as many ideas as possible with the Parish Secretary for the preparation of the starting requirements of the system. Requirements Gathering and Analysis. The current method’s input and output forms are gathered together with the processes that transform these input forms into reports. The proponents have been done through series of gathering data and analysis and additionally, one of our classmate is serving in...
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