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Business Permit Monitoring System Review of Related Literature

Business Permit Monitoring System Review of Related Literature

Business Permit Monitoring System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/STUDY

RELATED LITERATURE

This section presents related literatures relevant to the study. This relevance is shown by the proponents in order to give reason and understanding of the proposition. To have a permit is important especially for businesses. . However, there are still businesses that operate without proper permission from the authority. Monitor expiring business permits and give accurate warning and notification. Every business today has a permit for their security and their business must have registered.

Related Studies

The review of the literature for this study focuses business permit to regulate safety, structure and appearance of the business community. They act as proof that your business follows certain laws and ordinances. Requirements vary by jurisdiction, and failure to comply often results in fines or even having your business shut down. Business permit (also known as mayor’s permit) which must be secured by businessmen to operate legally in a locality. It is important to have a permit for their business to be secured. If the permit has going to expire you must to be renewed. Properly register all types’ f business in the city. Municipalities will require businesses to obtain a simple license to operate, which can be obtained for fee.

Attendance Monitoring System with SMS Notification

Attendance Monitoring System with SMS Notification

Attendance Monitoring System with SMS Notification

Introduction

The target of this system was to monitor the daily student attendance and to inform parents about the attendance of their children. All of the daily students’ attendance saved in a specific database. When the students log-on by tapping their NFC card on the system, it automatically generate a message that sent to the parents hand phone via SMS.

The system covered two main functionalities: First is to get the attendance information of the students and second is to send SMS to the parents if their son/daughter is absent to alert them. This system also make the school management system to be more systematic, efficient and smoothly processed.

The system is used o used to log information of the students then to send a notification to the parents if their son/daughter is absent to alert them, also to inform the parents about important meetings. Only authorized personnel can view and manage the system.

Medical Laboratory Information System Related Literature

Medical Laboratory Information System Related Literature

Medical Laboratory Information System Related Literature

FOREIGN LITERATURE

University of North Carolina, USA

This article describes the rationale, processes, technology, and results of creating of a paper-based rounds report that is now used by our entire institution for efficient inpatient work rounds and checkout rounds that are routinely done in virtually every hospital, both academic and private, in the US. The results of a survey of clinicians suggests that printed rounds reports have markedly improved rounding efficiency, saved substantial amounts of physician time, standardized checkout processes, and improved patient safety.

Lab Health LIS

While most Clinical Labs are “similar” we have found that no two are exactly alike. Each lab wants a unique software solution, one that helps differentiate it from their many competitors. Quality Software Systems’ Lab Health LIS has been designed to help create a truly customized solution that makes your lab more productive and your service to your clients more distinctive.

Our Laboratory Information System (LIS) is made for the fast, efficient processing of specimens from the provider’s collection point, through the lab equipment interface, and to final billing. Interfaces can be developed for any analyzer, payment clearinghouse, or information interchange need. The System supports laboratories providing diagnostic analytic services in the full range of departments including chemistry, toxicology, hematology, serology, cytology, histology, pathology, microbiology and more. The Computer Based Patient Record Institute (CPRI) was formed by a coalition of health care organizations to promote and develop standards for the use of computerized record systems. This group is actively working on the problems that arise from the use of computerized systems so that the many benefits of the paperless record will not be lost.

Property Management System Review of Related Literature

Property Management System Review of Related Literature

Property Management System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE, STUDIES, AND PRIOR ART SEARCH

This chapter contains the review of related literature of the proposed system which also consists of related studies. For further understanding of the study, the researchers made use of the different reading materials related to the proposed system. The materials are books, thesis, and other related website articles in addition to the knowledge of the researchers. These also guided the researchers to achieve the target objectives by getting ideas on other similar studies and make improvements as possible.

Related Literature

A GIS-based methodology for safe site selection of a building in a (hilly region)

According to Bansal(2011) suggested that the use of GIS for retrieving information from a database can assist architects or engineer in decision making. The use of GIS has already been explored in site selection; however, SSS using GIS has not been investigated in depth. Site selection of a building in hilly regions where topography plays a major role cannot be done without geospatial modelling and analysis capabilities that are available in GIS. (www.sciencedirect.com)

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

Clinic Information System with Decision Support System Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE / SYSTEM

Related Literature

Decision Support System “Evolution”

Daniel E. O’Leary

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

1. Introduction

Apparently, Courbon, Grajew and Tolovi (1978) were the first to use the notion of “evolution” in decision support systems (DSS).  Soon after that, Keen (1980) elaborated on key aspects related to evolution in DSS.  That research was most concerned with the notion that DSS evolve over time: the development methodology of DSS is an evolutionary one.  In a closely related set of developments, Lehman et al. (1983) appear to have been the first to use the term “evolution” in conjunction with generic computer software.  In particular, Lehman (1998) labeled software development and maintenance, as software “evolution.”  He described software change and enhancement as “unending,” suggesting that evolution also is unending.

1.1 Scope

DSS as a bundle of hardware, data and knowledge, user interface and software application -change and evolve over time.  As a result, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the notion of DSS evolution and DSS characteristics and component evolution.  Previous literature has primarily been concerned about the notions that DSS evolve and that methodologies of DSS development consider that evolution.  In addition, there has been some concern as to why DSS evolve.  However, there has been limited research according to how DSS actually change and evolve over time.  Accordingly, we review the previous literature on DSS evolution, according to its individual components and provide specificity for DSS evolution through those components changing over time.  In addition, we extend the notion of evolution to a more proactive perspective, aimed at management of evolution, where we try to predict and facilitate evolution as part of DSS management, rather than just passive evolution.

Healthcare Home Information System for Senior Citizen Related Systems and Studies

Healthcare Home Information System for Senior Citizen Related Systems and Studies

Healthcare Home Information System for Senior Citizen Related Systems and Studies

REVIEW OF RELATED SYSTEM

          This article discussed the related systems, and the technical background of the study. The developers conducted through review of some related topics to make the study more reliable. In according this study, they made some researches from different related studies for them to come up with their own study.

Technical Background

The developers worked on C# considering that it is the most applicable and recommended language in developing a system. C# is used to create and develop running environment and program of the developed system .Visual Studio 2017 is a programming language and development environment created by Microsoft, which provides a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows the developer to drag and drop objects into the program as well as manually write program codes. C# is a powerful and flexible programming language. Like all programming languages, it can be used to create a variety of applications. Your potential with C# is limited only by your imagination. The language does not place constraints on what you can do. C# has already been used for projects as diverse as dynamic Web sites, development tools, and even compilers.

Educational Quiz Game for HRM Students

Educational Quiz Game for HRM Students

Educational Quiz Game for HRM Students

Introduction

Serious games use entertainment principles, creativity, and technology to meet government or corporate training objectives, but these principles alone will not guarantee that the intended learning will occur. To be effective, serious games must incorporate sound cognitive, learning, and pedagogical principles into their design and structure. In this paper, we review cognitive principles that can be applied to improve the training effectiveness in serious games and we describe a process we used to design improvements for an existing game-based training application in the domain of cyber security education.

That is the case of electronic games, representing a valuable interactive space for the education, and that can be accessed at anytime and anywhere in the world. The new technological brought facility of access to communication by the increase of storage capacity of news and by the processing speed of information in real time, promoting their educational applications inside and outside classrooms (Teixeira, 2009). In this sense, there are various studies that come to positive results after analyzing the application of specific games in a classroom context. This is especially factual when it comes to the improvement of concentration, the stimulation of task performance, the improvement of visual intelligence, and hand-eye coordination (Beedle & Wright, 2007; Ferdig, 2007; Graells, 2001; Van Eck, 2006). Lévy (2010) adds to that, asserting that the Collective Intelligence is a determining factor in competitiveness, creativity and human development in a knowledge based economy, or in an information economy on the network society.

Grade Management and Archiving System Review of Related Literature

Grade Management and Archiving System Review of Related Literature

Grade Management and Archiving System Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter includes literatures that are related to the study, prior arts and the synthesis connecting the concepts and the prior art.

Related Concepts of the Study

This includes the related concepts with regards to the study of the Student Grade Management System. The information gathered were very limited and is very difficult to find related concepts even in the internet

On Grades (marks) Encourage Students to Learn

Grades or marks enable students to evaluate themselves and choose the subjects they are good at. At the beginning of a college year, first year students always do oriented studies, in which they take part in almost all subjects. If the students’ performances are graded, they will be aware of the subjects they are best excelling at, and as a result, choose those which they will do for their educational career.

Furthermore, grades provide the possibility for students to know which of their mates they take a problem to in a particular subject. In school, students perform differently and in different subjects. Scoring will let students know which of their mates is good at a specific subject and capable of assisting them when they encounter difficulties in that area of study. For instance, some students are good in mathematics, others in psychology and so on, and only through scoring we can discover them.

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

Library Management System Review of Related Literature and Studies

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

This chapter includes related literature and studies with regards to Library Management System. Below are following Foreign and Local Related Literature and Studies.

A computerized library system for a school keeps track of all books and periodicals in the library and their check-out status. The library system also interfaces with an external relational database which stores information about the library users (students, faculty, and staff), including whether they have any library items checked out. Library users can access the catalog and recall books and periodicals. Library employees have the same access as well as additional capabilities (e.g., listing the status of an item). (www.cs.missouri.edu)

Educational Science Game Review of Related Literature

Educational Science Game Review of Related Literature

Educational Science Game Review of Related Literature

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEM

Many articles have been published in the last 20 years on video games for learning, and several reviews of the literature on educational games have been completed within the last few years. However, these reviews focused on literature that addressed what players learn from video games rather than how video games can be designed to facilitate learning. This review focuses on publications addressing educational video game design, seeking to identify elements of game design that promote learning as well as the learning theories that conceptualize how video games foster learning.