Reservation System

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OLD SYSTEM Components |
1. Manual 2. Long process of making the reservation 3. Low of Security 4. Difficult of searching and retrieving records| PROPOSED SYSTEM Components| 1. Automated 2. Highly secured 3. Fast and easy for searching and retrieving of records 4. | CHAPTER III

THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

This study is anchored with system’s theory proposed by Ludwig von Bertalanffy during the 1940’s. It is a theory that emphasized that real systems are open to, and interacts with, their environments, and that they can acquire qualitatively new properties through emergence, resulting in continual evolution. Rather than reducing an entity to the properties of its parts or elements, systems theory focuses on the arrangement of and relations between the parts which connect them into a whole. Systems concepts include: system-environment boundary, input, output, process, state, hierarchy, goal-directedness, and information.

EXPERIMENTAL METHOD|

Figure 1: Schematic Diagram of the study
The figure above shows the difference of the process in the Current System and the Proposed System.

Chapter IV
Design and Methodology

System Design Specification
The Automated Reservation System has been developing using the waterfall model with prototyping as shown in Figure 2 below:

Requirements definition

System and Software
Design

Implementation and Unit testing

Integration and System testing...
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