July 26, 2021
July 26, 2021
July 19, 2022
Computing and Information Technology
When applying to undergraduate and graduate studies, adjusting to the new formats can be quite difficult. Every institute consist of their own way of designing a student information system, however, its overall appearance and complexity can either reduce or increase the overall usage. The Student Information System (SIS) is a Java-based programming system that allows the student and the professors to interact with various components within the system. The reliability of SIS is critical for the school system in order to maintain the correct information about academic records. Therefore, our project was established on the object-oriented software development cycle and UML based design concepts. The object-oriented software development cycle covers the requirement analysis, specification, design, implementation, and testing. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the de facto, visual standard language of an object-oriented based system. The use of an object-oriented approach based on UML specification can offer an understandable system representation, reduce the system's complexity, and improve the reliability and maintainability. Our project is modeled on both static and dynamic diagrams from which reliability and robustness are analyzed per the mapping relation from the static diagram, dynamic diagrams, and implementation. We show the developed Java program is associated with the designed static and dynamic diagrams in the UML specification with the expected reliabilities.
Bailey, B. M., & Fu, Y. (2021, July), From UML Design to Implementation of a Reliable Student Information System Paper presented at 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual Conference. https://peer.asee.org/37211
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