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    System design involves the process of defining the system architecture, system components, modules and interfaces for satisfying the specified system requirements. It can be viewed as conversion of the theoretical system to actual product development. It actually involves the description of the system architecture, structure, behavior and its analysis. It involves the logical design of the proposed system that pertains to the abstract representation of the data flows, inputs and outputs of the…

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    produce purchasing agent. You never truly know exactly what you’re going to need on any given day and having more is always better than not having enough. When the analogy is shifted to aircraft maintenance it becomes far easier to trend the requirements because of how streamlined the reporting process are in Naval Aviation. Managers make the best decision allowed with the data available but what happens when that data is skewed? This is the issue the Poseidon fleet is facing at the moment,…

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    There was always paper work after paper work. Everything requirement had a deadline and my mom was able to complete them on time with the help of my brother and sister. There were times when she thought she would miss the deadline, or when she had to redo a requirement and mail it again because it wasn’t done correctly. Through all of the long process, we were able to complete everything on time. Coming to American…

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    remained flexible to the changing demand/requirements while maintaining sight of the end goal. At the same time, responsive by adopting and implementing the changes into my projects plans. My personal role was to improve the accuracy and reliability of the ship weight programme. The output aided in providing engineering advice on the Capability study/feasibility. First, I identified on the existing capability gaps within the design and gathered the user requirement…

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    employed very widely in industrial development." Because of the proposal to be designed into the software, it would have to be reconsidered at every stage of the engineering process, from the requirements on down. Due to the immaturity and imprecision of security specifications, a large part of the strategy in analysis and implementation is lost [7]. The specifications may not be used at all, which puts undue cost on the design team when it looks like the team didn 't need to include the…

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    can arise during requirements engineering. Because requirements and goals are elicited from different stakeholders. Resolving such inconsistencies sooner is a necessary condition for successful development of the software. This paper proposes an enhanced fuzzy based GORE approach to handle the requirements conflict problem in GORE. Introduction Requirements Engineering (RE), is the first step of software engineering that deals with all process of software systems requirements like elicitation…

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    feedback on the donation receipt that they archive. Input: Donator give details about donation. Output: This is shown as advertisement. Processing: Donatror will give feedback and this is shown as advertisement. 2.1.2 NGOs Functional Requirement R1: Login Description: NGOs will fill up the username and password of the login form. Input: Username, Password Output: NGOs Verification. Processing: The form detail is validated in which all the client as well as server validations…

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    prepare ourselves for raising a child? I propose the implication of a parenting license to ensure future parents are prepared and ensure the success of a child. The “Secure Adequate Parenting License” or “SAP” for short, will consist of five major requirements that individuals must meet before having a child. First, individuals seeking a license must be of mature age. In accordance with each state on the definition of mature age, SAP has chosen to define mature…

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    1.1.1 The constituent elements of capacitated vehicle routing problem All kinds of the vehicle routing problem contain a series of essential elements, which primarily are depot, customers, goods, vehicles, routes and the constraints and objective functions proposed to resolve the problem. 1. Depot. Depot is usually the beginning point and terminal of every delivery route. In a specific vehicle routing problem, the number of depot can be one or more than one. The location of the depot can be…

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    were created for scoring the degree of importance of different propositions in student concept maps. Compared to the previous non-weighting approach like the referent-based method, the weighting approach could help provide meaningful quantitative analysis when assessing students’ concept maps in terms of the importance of…

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