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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
MAIN DOCUMENTATION OUTLINE
For BS Computer Science/ Information Technology
and Information Management

Title Page
Table of Contents
List of Appendices
List of Tables
List of Figures
Acknowledgement
Abstract

1. Introduction
1. Background of the Study
2. Statement of the Problem
3. Objective of the Study
1. General Objectives
2. Specific Objectives
4. Significance of the Study
5. Scope and Limitation
2. Methodology of the Study
3. Review of Related Studies
4. Theoretical Framework
5. Data Gathering Procedures and Analysis of Outputs
6. Documentation of the Current System
1. Description of the Current System
2. Hardware and Equipment Setup
3. Software and Applications being used
4. Personnel
7. System Design Specification
1. Architectural Design
2. System Function
8. Systems Implementation (Plan)
1. Programming Considerations, Issues, and Tools
2. System Requirement Specification
1. Hardware Requirements
2. Software Requirements
3. Human Resource Requirements
3. Implementation Set-Up
4. Testing Activities
5. Installation Processes
9. Conclusion and Justification
10. Recommendation

Appendices
Bibliography
Resource Person
Personal Vitae

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
MAIN DOCUMENTATION GUIDELINES

1. All Thesis Documentation should adhere to the following standards: a. Margins
|Left |Right |Top |Bottom | |1.5” |1.0” |1.0” |1.0” |

b. Font
| |Font |Size |Font Style | |1.Text |Times New Roman |12 |Regular | | | | |*use Italics or single underline in | | | | |emphasizing some text | |2.Heading or |Times New Roman |12 |Bold | |Sub-Headings | | | |

c. Spacing
-Double Space
d. Footer

|Line |Black,1pt. | |Text |Times New Roman , size 11, Regular |

e. Pages
- The page notation to be used is: -. Thus the first page for Chapter 2 is at 2-1, while the first page of Appendix A is at A-1. - There should be no page numbers for items before Chapter 1.

f. Sub-headings and Text
All text and sub-headings should be in the following format as shown by an example below:

2.0 REVIEW OF RELATED STUDIES

1. Computer- Assisted Instruction

Computer –Assisted Instruction (CAI) refers to the use of computers to present drills, practice exercises, and tutorial sequence to the student.

One extensive type of CAI system is the PLATO [RALS1993]. I was developed by a group of engineers and educators in the Computer-based Education Laboratory at the University of Illinois, Urbane.

Stanford University operated CAI system to distribute instructional computing to a number of centers throughout the United States.

2. Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction

Computer –Assisted Instruction (CAI) refers to the use of computers to present drills, practice exercises, and tutorial sequence to the student.

One extensive type of CAI system is the PLATO [RALS1993]. I was developed by a group of engineers and educators in the Computer-based Education Laboratory at the University of...
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