School Election System

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page
Indorsement
Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures

A. INTRODUCTION
Project Context1
Overview1
Model3
Subject of the Study4
Brief Description4
Purpose and Description14
Objectives14
Scope and Limitations15
B. TECHNICAL BACKGROUND
Current Dataflow using Graphical Representation16
Stakeholders22
Problem Definition23
Solution Method24
C. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE28
D. DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
Research Design32
Local Respondents32
Data Gathering Tools33
E. METHODOLGY, RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS
Requirements Analysis34
Requirements Documentation35
Design of Proposed System36
Data Flow Model36
Entity-Relationship Model 38
Data Dictionary39
Proposed System Snapshots40
Development and Testing Platform46
Description of Increments46
Increment 1 – January 13, 201146
Increment 2 – February 3, 201149

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1 – Stakeholders22
Table 2 – Initial Requirements35
Table 3 – Candidate’s Table39
Table 4 – Voter’s Table39
Table 5 – Position’s table39
Table 6 – Vote’s Table40
Table 7 – User’s Table40
Table 8 – Increment 1 Requirements49
Table 9 – Increment 2 Requirements53

A.INTRODUCTION
A.1.Project Context
A.1.1.Overview
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