Computerization is a control system that manages the process in industrial workplace. It reduces human errors and processing time, thus it can boost productivity and results into high quality of product produce. In an information system, computerization is concerned about interrelating different but interdependent transactions. This can result in a system with well-integrated processes that can perform much faster and more accurate than a manual system. Enrollment is the process of entering and verifying data of student to register on a particular school. Different interrelated processes build up enrollment procedures called an enrollment system. Enrollment systems are used particularly in recording and retrieving student’s information. Tracking student’s information is also one feature of enrollment system, in which the school can trace the standing of a student. Wherever you go you can see people that are dependent on technology. Almost everybody knows how to use such technology. It makes our work faster and easier. Despite this progress. We still cannot deny the fact that there are still firms which are using manual process in recording their daily transactions, giving reports manually, that takes a lot of time and have not yet tried to adapt to apply technology in their field. Even though we live in an era that relies on computers and the internet, and we found out that most of the Barangays here in Cebu are still doing manual process on their informations and data processing.
The Barangay is a very essential place where it contains information about the people living there. Some people would seek some information they need that can only be found in the barangay. With only manual processing it would take time to search for information. But with the aid of computers it would greatly improve the time and result you will get compared to manual labour or work done by hand. And we will be proposing an information system which would be of great help if they wish to adapt our system. We were determined to come up with a system that will change all their existing manual system into a very accurate and competent Barangay Information System. With this proposed System, it will help them save time. This system is much better compared to the ones they’re currently using. And manual processing is really inaccurate and time consuming. While on the other hand if they do agree to adapt with the system that we came up with it will practically improve their jobs. They can avoid most of the most common problems that most people will encounter in manual processing. Due to competitiveness it would be best that every barangay should adapt to this kind of development. Our system is a simple program designed to make their jobs accurate, faster and more reliable.
1.1 Background of the Project
The purpose of this project is to help the Barangays in Cebu in making their work faster and easier. Most of the barangays in Cebu still practice manual processing in information. This project will encourage them to adapt to greater heights and make them understand how this project will benefit them in more ways than one. The project itself is very simple. We made it as user-friendly as it can be. So that even the elderly can operate it without them getting confused in navigating. The program used in the system consist of simple GUI which is a type of interface that allows users to interact with electronic devices through graphical icons and visual indicators such as secondary notation. We made it that way so that the user won’t get bored in using the program. This project intends the barangay to adapt to the new era that we are living.
It is unpractical for them to stick to manual processing when almost everyone is already using the aid of computers and technology. Moreover this project will also improve our community. Because this can increase the potential of information sharing from one barangay to the other. We stick to the idea any work a human can do in an hour; a machine can do it in a minute. It’s more practical for us right now to apply computerized manipulation in activities rather than sticking to manual manipulation which could cost us time, and that time could eventually cost us money. This will surely give them a satisfying benefit. Not just the ones using this system but also for those who seek informations that can only be found in the barangay. And also since computer machines are now fad these days, it is now much cheaper to implement this project proposal. 1.2 Statement of the Problem
The main problem encountered by most barangays in Philippines is the difficulty in recording data and undependable reports of information. This is because they still practice manual use of storing and retrieving data.
1.3 Specific Problem
a. Difficulty in keeping, updating and retrieving of personal information of residents in their respective barangays due to manual storing of data. There is also a tendency that there will be a loss of important files because their files are not kept properly secured.
b. Residents are having a hard time acquiring certificates they need due to delayed response from the barangay.
c. Their files, documents, certificates and other important information are not properly organized. Keeping important files for future usage is not an easy thing to do manually.
d. Their employees are having a hard time working manually. When a resident asks for an important document usually an employee would assist the resident but because their documents aren’t properly organized the employee would have a hard time finding the document the resident requested.
e. Losing Important Files and Documents. There are times where they would lose an important file and there is no way for them to retrieve it, it would cause a serious problem. With manual storing of data there’s a higher chance of losing important data while on the other hand if you apply automated storage of your files you can easily make back up files and keep it safe and secure.
f. Manual processing of data is a waste of time. Time is really important especially if you’re working for the benefit of others. But with the help of technology and machines they can make our work faster and easier. When applying an automated system you can do more than before. Doing things manually is really hard in our time where everything is automatic and is working side by side with computers.
1.4 Statement of Goals and Objectives
Our objective is to develop an Information System that will help
different barangays manage their important files and documents properly and to make their work faster, easier and more accurate.
1.5 Specific Objectives
a. To develop a system that can manage and organize a barangay’s household. In our system there is a section where you can add, edit, remove and view information of residents living in that barangay.
b. To improve the barangay’s welfare and their relationship with their residents. Our system is capable of viewing old entries of information concerning health, crime and other important topics that would affect a person’s well-being in that barangay.
c. We want to improve the barangay’s relationship with their residents. With that in mind we added a section in our system that can do just that. We added a Business & Entertainment system in our system. In this section you can search for different businesses and entertainment available in that area, this will also help new residents to know the place better with ease.
d. To make their employees’ work faster and easier. With the aid of our system everything is just a single click’s reach.
e. To help both residents and employees in the barangay. We also included a section where for instance a resident would need a certain certificate, now the employee can just access our Certificates Section and look for the certificate he/she needs and a blank copy of that certificate would appear automatically
1.6 Scope and Limitation
The system is capable of storing and retrieving information. In our system we have 3 primary section panels. They are the household, Businesses and certificates. In the household panel we can store and retrieve informations regarding the residents living in the barangay. And in the Business panel we can list, search and remove business that is available in the barangay. In the certificates panel there is a list of certificates and you can look for the certificate you need and when you pick that certificate our system will be Able to give you a blank copy of that certificate. This study was conducted in order to help the barangay update their information. They can easily remove business that is not in business anymore. They can remove the name of the residents who already left. And they can easily replace old certificates. As the proponent we formulated the scope of this project to keep the barangay and the way they handle their documents up to date. 1.7 Significance of the Project
This study has a significant impact on the following:
The client of the Project, Barangay Sab.a will be the main beneficiary of the developed system. With the use of the automated system it is easier for them to store, manage and keep track of all their documents. This system will be of a great help to them since their current process of information is manual. Barangays In Cebu
Our system is compatible with other barangays in Cebu, if they’re willing to use our program. We made it possible to be compatible with any barangay in Cebu or even in the Philippines. Developers
This study provides an experience to the developers in dealing with barangays and they can improve their communication skills, programming skills and overall experience as a whole Future Researchers
This will serve as a reference to future researchers that they can have an idea. It will give them additional knowledge on how to develop an application that can store and retrieve information from a database.
2.1 Review of Related Work and Studies
Barangay Information System
A very essential factor to consider in coming up with a better view of what will really be the outcome of the proposed project thus, related literature
studies and works should be reviewed, analysed and studied.
Information systems encompasses a variety of disciplines such as: the analysis and design of systems, computer networking, information security, database management and decision support systems. Information management deals with the practical and theoretical problems of collecting and analyzing information in a business function area including business productivity tools, applications programming and implementation, electronic commerce, digital media production, data mining, and decision support. Communications and networking deals with the telecommunication technologies. Information systems bridges business and computer science using the theoretical foundations of information and computation to study various business models and related algorithmic processes within a computer science discipline
In essence Information System is the maximum use of resource at hand to improve an organization that includes virtually all resources including technology in transforming data resources into a variety of Information products. User Activity Tracker
This System can track a user’s activity. This system will notify and automatically store his activities like logging in; information manipulation includes adding, deleting and editing of stored information in our database. MOST USED SYSTEMS
Storing Tracker of Information
Storing Tracker will track data that you will store in your database. Every time you add or remove a data it will notify you. This will help remind you what you just did. Uses for Storing Tracker
1. This will notify you what information you just added or removed in your database.
2. Allows you to store data more accurately
A web based application for barangays which provides content that guides and shows how they deal with their problems with manual manipulation of data, it is designed to make us use automated systems in our barangays serp-p.pids.gov.ph Barangay Management Software
This software is designed to help barangays manage their information properly. This will also make work faster and easier for barangay officials. Barangay Registry Information System
qBris- Barangay Registry Information System is a web-based database information system solution designed for Philippine Barangays. The system hold, monitor and manage common Barangay information such as: Barangay Demographics
Qbris – Improves your employer’s job. With everything automated everything is within a click’s reach. Everything is available and can be stored and retrieved from its database Data and Information Manipulation doesn’t have to be time consuming, and doesn’t have to be complicated. qBris offers a very simple means of making your work faster and easier, Asset tracking and digital home inventory software made simple. ASSOCIATED STUDIES
Barangay Accounting System
Barangay Accounting System helps the barangay with their finances and other financial problems. This system is used in barangays in Davao http://accountingdavao.com/BARANGAY/ Barangay Attendance Monitoring System
Barangay Attendance Monitoring system will monitor attendance of Barangay officials and its employers. This system was developed by an anonymous student. Dota 2 Shop/Market Reservation System
The Idea is to make a system that can sell dota 2 items that has a reservation system and online ordering (http://www.dota2shop.net). This website is an online reservation shop for dota 2 cosmetic items. They decided to make this shop for players worldwide. Dota 2 has a very rich community
An Algorithm to Migrate CDS/ISIS Flat File to MySQL Database in Windows Platform
The Import, Export and Script Generator tools now run as stand-alone windows to allow easier navigation and multi-threaded execution accepting RDBMS files (AquaFold, Inc. c, 2008).
* Handle identity columns with the Identity Insert keyword
* Use Object Quoted Identifiers to delimit names with spaces
* Next/Previous navigation for easy re-execution
* Preview SQL for easy copy & paste
* Remember user preferences each time the tools are executed
CocoaMySQL (Mac OS X) – Data Importation and Exportation (Textor, L., 2003) * Import an entire database or any Comma Separated Values (CSV) file * Export to a CocoaMySQL dump format, CSV format or Extensible Markup Language (XML) format * Dump tables or entire databases to the formats listed above * Generate SQL table syntax of the tables for re-creation in another database DBVisualizer (Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X) – Export & Import Any result set can be exported using the export wizard. It supports HyperText Markup Language (HTML), XML, CSV, SQL and TEXT formats (MINQ Software, 2008). * Export any result set CSV HTML XLS XML SQL TEXT (free version CSV HTML only) * Test Data Generator (not in free version)
* Table Data Import (not in free version)
RazorSQL (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux/Unix) – Export & Import
Export: The Export tool allows users to export data from tables, views, or queries in several formats including Excel, delmited format, HTML, XML, Text, and as SQL insert statements. Multiple or single tables can be exported at a time. Import: The Import tool allows users to import data into
tables from Excel files, delimited files, or fixed width files (Richardson Softwarec, 2008).
SQLgrinder (Mac OS X) – Export & Import
An Algorithm to Migrate CDS/ISIS Flat File to MySQL Database in Windows Platform Export: the delimiter can be set, add columns, specify the export column order and add export criteria. Import: allows to specify the characteristics of the import file, and preview the column mapping (Advenio, LLC c, 2007).
YourSQL (Mac OS X)- New Experimental Feature: Import/Export
After a long period of experimentation, the Import/Export function has been added to a public version! The function is still limited (handles only text data,) but sufficiently stable to be used on simple tables. CSV files can be exported from the File menu (YourSQL, 2008).
Geographic Information System
M Salem, (2008) stated that Geographic information systems refer to a map that indicates the importance of certain objects and regions. With global positioning systems, or GPS, users can pinpoint precise locations across the globe. It can also be used to create maps of amazing and unprecedented accuracy, and locate objects anywhere in the world. GIS is computer system that records, stores and analyzes information about the features that make up the earth’s surface. In the Philippines, geographical information system (GIS) is the fast gaining popularity with its integrative and analytic capability. Government agencies like department of transportation and communication (DOTC), department of education (DepEd), and the national; mapping and resources information authority (NAMRIA) have already completed several projects related to GIS. (Kraak and Omaling, 2001)
According to James (2003), during the last decades, develop around digital spatial data handling gained momentum, consequently the environments where maps were used has changed considerably for most users, with the computer come on screen maps. Through these maps, the database, which they were generated, can be queried, and some basic analytical functionality can now be access. In the 1980’s these software that allowed for queries and analysis of spatial data because known as Geographical Information System (GIS). With the development of the Geographic Information System technology it became possible to adapt interactive maps to the specific needs and requirements of a certain organization. It has served different types of applications and has provided a unique ability to display database information on a map. 2 GPS System Tracking – Applications of GPS Tracking System
The General Positioning System (GPS) tracking system is the latest breakthrough of the technology aiming at improving people’s lives. The GPS tracking system is reported to be used as a travel guide and as a tracking device of vehicles. No matter its application, GPS devices are good travelling companions. The actual process of GPS tracking system is straightforward. In short, there are exactly 27 satellites rolling around the center of the Earth. Out of them, 24 are used by the GPS technology and the remaining ones are used for storage purposes. A GPS receiver installed in your car emits a signal to these satellites. Four available satellites will be used to find out your exact position.
The mathematical tenet involves in this computing process is called trilateration. It can be achieved in either two dimensions or three dimensions. 2.2.2 A Trainable Transfer-based Machine Translation Approach for Languages with Limited Resources This describes an approach to machine translation that is specifically designed for rapid development of MTs with limited online resources. Its principles, which was mentioned in the paper, are: (1) that there is a possibility to automate the learning of syntactic transfer rules from limited amounts of word-aligned data; (2) that such data can be acquired from average bilingual speakers of the pair of languages; and (3) the rules that were attained from the process can be used for machine translation to other languages. After attaining the rules, they were then used to translate previously unseen source language text into the target language. The approach was used during the development of a Hindi-to-English machine translator within two months with limited Electronic Barangay Management Information System
The eBMIS® is a standalone full-blown NGAS-based application software developed since 2009 with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, Crystal Reports 8.5 and Microsoft Access 2003.
It is designed to handle a wide-range of information such as barangay profile, residents profile, barangay IDs/clearances, barangay disputes/cases, barangay activities, barangay legislation, barangay health services, budget management, financial and accounting transactions. This application software is equipped with integral systems to cover almost all functions, activities and transactions of the barangay; and developed to provide complete and accurate information and reportorial requirements for the barangay management and its stakeholders.
The following integrated systems are:
Resident Profiling System (RPS) – The RPS manages basic information or profile of barangay residents such as barangay ID number, full name, birth place, date of birth, gender, civil status, complete address, precinct, contact details, employment records, parents/spouse information and etc. The system also monitors derogatory records of barangay residents and maintains a record history of issued barangay IDs and clearances. Each barangay resident profile includes a digital photo image for proper identification which can be automatically taken from a web or digital camera. Barangay ID System (BIDS) – The system automatically generates barangay ID card with a predefined flexible format or layout based on the saved profile. The ID card contains the name and address of the issuing barangay, ID number, full name and complete address of the ID holder, ID picture, validity period, blood type, height, precinct number, contact person in case of emergency and etc. The barangay may implement ID system as long as it is supported or mandated by a local ordinance or resolution. Barangay Clearance System (BCS) – The BCS automatically generates barangay clearance certificate using an elegant design by providing a valid barangay ID number. The barangay clearance shows information such as name and address of the requestor or holder, certificate number, purpose of the clearance, derogatory records if there’s any, date and place of issuance, names and positions of barangay officials and a digital photo image of the requestor or holder. The barangay clearance certificate can be issued whether the requestor has derogatory records or none.
Barangay Dispute System (BDS) – The BDS handles the disputes or cases filed in the barangay and maintains information such as case number, date of filing, personal details of complainant and respondent, case type (i.e. civil, criminal or administrative), nature of case/dispute, action taken by the lupon (i.e. mediation, conciliation, arbitration, repudiation, dismissed, certified case, pending case or on-going) and status of the case. The system also monitors derogatory records of barangay residents. Any unsettled cases or disputes will be automatically presented in barangay clearance certificate. The reports generated by the system are a.) Katarungang Pambarangay – Form 1; b.) Katarungang Pambarangay – Form 2; and c.) Monthly Accomplishment Report – Part III. Barangay Activity System (BAS) – The BAS manages the activities, projects or programs implemented by the barangay. It handles information such as activity ID number, name of activity/project/program, output, date of implementation, location, fund amount and source, responsible persons and any remarks. The report generated by this system is the Monthly Accomplishment Report – Part I. Barangay Legislation System (BLS) – The BLS handles the legislative activities of the barangay such as regular and special sessions. It maintains information like type of session, date of conduct, venue, present members, absent members, output, fund amount and source; and any remarks.
The reports generated by BLS are Monthly Accomplishment Report – Part II and Session Attendance Schedule. Budget Management System (BMS) – The BMS manages budget appropriations and commitments of the barangay both for current and continuing appropriations per object of expenditure. It has an option for supplemental budget and budget realignment. A budget can be realigned from one expenditure class to another expenditure class, i.e. PS to MOOE. The reports generated by BMS are Registry of Appropriations & Commitments (RAC) and Status of Appropriations, Commitments & Balances (SACB). Barangay Record Keeping System (BRKS) – The BRKS complies with the requirements of Volumes 1-3 of the New Government Accounting System (NGAS) for barangays. All collections, deposits, CM/DM/bank transactions, check disbursements, cash disbursements and petty cash disbursements are entered through the system and will be automatically posted to their respective registers. The reports generated by BRKS are the following: Summary of Collections & Remittances (SCR-BT), Summary of Collections & Remittances (SCR-DBC), Summary of Collections & Deposits (SCD), Summary of Checks Issued (SCkI), Summary of Cash Payments (SCP), Summary of Paid Petty Cash Vouchers (SPPCV), Cash Receipts & Deposits Register (CRDReg), Cash on Hand and in Bank Register (CHBReg), Check Disbursements Register (CkDReg), Cash Disbursements Register (CDReg), Petty Cash Fund Register (PCFReg), Abstract of CTC Collection and Abstract of Garbage Collection.
Barangay Management System (BMS)
This system facilitates barangay management by enabling the client barangay to maintain their resident records as complete and up-to-date as possible and as easily accessible for verification, monitoring and reference purposes based on the available residents’ census data kept by the client barangay. Data provided by this system in the form of comprehensive reports are invaluable for planning, program implementation and related purposes. Features:
Automatic Business Processes – among the basic components of BMS is its automatic assessment feature which facilitates processing of community tax dues, professional tax, barangay clearance fees and other such charges which are sources of barangay revenues. The system also allows for other barangay-related functions such as those including security and peace-keeping operations such as incident reporting, blotter, reports and records of the barangay peace-keeping council, and other related services. Forms and Reports – The system prepares and prints barangay permits and certifications (e.g. Community Tax Certificate, Occupational permits, Barangay Clearance, etc.) as well as important reports such as Barangay Profile, Socio-Demographic Profile, Residents’ Census Information, etc. Query – user-friendly query feature enables easy searching of records depending on chosen parameters (e.g. by kind of permit and/ or certification issued, by date of issuance of permit/ certification, by client-name, etc.) Standard-based – conforms with Local Government Code Sec. 394 (d) (6) which provides that each barangay maintain an updated record of residents for easy identification of inhabitants, for use as a planning tool, and of updated reference on the local barangay statistics. Design and Security Features – User-friendly design using easily-comprehensible menus facilitates utilization of application features. Flexible system makes it customizable depending on the needs and requirements of client Barangay. Employs a back-up and recovery utility for file integrity and security. BMS can also be linked to a client LGU’s existing GIS or Information System which would enable them to generate graphically-enhanced demographic profile for each barangay. Activity Tracking System
There are many reasons why companies are tracking their employee’s computer activity. While increased business use of the internet has resulted in many new opportunities, it has also opened the door for more potential misuse of company equipment. It is possible for employees to send personal e-mails from their workstations, conduct on-line shopping expeditions, access online games, or spend time on social networking websites or other sites that have nothing to do with their work responsibilities. ActivTrak is a leading activity tracking software product that employers can use. ActivTrak is loaded with user-friendly features that make it simpler to successfully track employee activity. Using ActivTrak, you can monitor several computer users at once in real time. You can compile useful statistical information on the applications and documents employees have used in addition to the websites they have visited. ActivTrak software even has an alarm system that can warn you of activity that is out of the ordinary. In addition to activity tracking, ActivTrak allows you to chat with computer users and can act as a blocking device to prevent the use of certain websites or applications. Installed on each Windows workstation, this activity tracking software allows the viewer to take a snapshot of the user’s screen as they are working. The snapshot can be refreshed as often as is needed. In this way an employer can view real time images of multiple users’ computer stations. At the same time it also records complete URL for a browser, application usage time and compiles the data into convenient statistics. This method of using the titlebar as a basis for collecting statistics makes ActivTrak different from other activity tracking software. Information Systems and Data Management
Review of Related Literature
Information systems and data management researchers at UQ are tackling the challenges of big data, real-time analytics, data modelling and smart information use. The cutting-edge solutions developed at UQ will lead to user empowerment at an individual, corporate and societal level. Our researchers are making a sustained and influential contribution to the management, modelling, governance, integration, analysis and use of very large quantities of diverse and complex data in an interconnected world. The quality of our research effort has been recognised nationally and internationally. The 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia exercise rated Information Systems research at UQ at the highest level, well above world standard. The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013 ranked UQ’s Computer Science and Information Systems research 25th in the world. Our researchers have received numerous awards and fellowships, including Fellowships of the Australian Academy of Science and of the Australian Computer Society, Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowships, and an Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award. UQ researchers collaborate with global industry leaders in the IT sector, renowned thought leaders, and a range of user organisations and communities. These collaborations span application areas such as intelligent transportation and logistics, water resource management, environmental studies, social computing, healthcare, compliance and risk management, IT governance, and business process management.
UQ recently headquartered a national research network on Enterprise Information Infrastructure (2005-2010) that profoundly influenced the Australian research community in terms of research collaboration, training and quality, and continues to play a leading role in promoting excellence in research training. Research topics at UQ include management of complex and interconnected data including spatiotemporal, multimedia, social, scientific and environmental data, new computing architectures for real-time analytics in data-intensive applications, and effective use and governance of information systems..The University of Queensland: Information System Research in Information Systems and Data Management predominantly occurs in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering as well as other schools in the Faculties of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology; Business, Economics and Law; and Science. There are also significant contributions in applied research made by the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) and the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR). Information Systems and Data Management research is supported by a high performance computing lab that provides the capacity to store, manage and analyse over 40TB of data using cluster, multi-core and in-memory computing architectures, as well as advanced data capture and visualisation capabilities. Recognising the critical importance of application drivers in defining and pursuing meaningful problems, UQ researchers consistently position their research across a broad range of applications spanning business, scientific and social domains.
The eResearch group led by Professor Jane Hunter is involved in a large number of data-centric applications in both the sciences and humanities. The group investigates innovative approaches to management, analysis and visualisation services for large-scale data collections to accelerate scientific discovery. The common aim is to expedite research outcomes through the sharing, integration and analysis of open access data, using Semantic Web and Linked Open Data approaches. Hunter’s group has attracted funding from Microsoft Research, the Mellon Foundation and the ARC to develop ontology-based data integration and reasoning services for numerous agencies including the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and the Atlas of
Living Australia. The research results of the data and knowledge engineering, eResearch, and business information systems groups have been applied to a large variety of data sets including GPS and trajectory data, sensor and news feeds, multimedia data, social data, bibliometric data and business data. The research has profound implications for new applications such as environmental resources management, intelligent transport systems, fleet management, location-based services and marketing, and location-based social networks, all of which can benefit from effective and efficient analysis of large amounts of trajectory data. Likewise, the work on multimedia search is a key technology for a broad range of critical applicant School District and Demographics System
This new site from the National Centre for Education Statistics (NCES) acts as a gateway to geographic and demographic data related to school districts, children, and K-12 education. From the front page of the site, users will be able to access data from the 2000 Census, the 1999 Census, intercensal school district demographic data, and maps of school districts. These latter two functions are not yet available; the maps are still being developed, and the intercensal data “provided limited scope with regard to subject matter updates to the Census 2000 data.” Even in its nascent stages, however, this site is useful for those looking for data regarding US schools. The help documentation and online explanations are easy to understand, and the data can be downloaded in comma separated value files or accessed online. One particularly helpful feature is the district profiles page in the Census 2000 section, where users can compare data on school districts using drop- down menus. [TK] From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2001. http://scout.cs.wisc.edu/
PCSX 2 Emulator Database
PCSX2 is the first playstation 2 emulator to use MySQL as their database. The old revisions is open source and the codes can be freely edited. Our system uses a similar database with this application. CHAPTER III
3.1 Project Methodology
In this project we used the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) as a software engineering paradigm. The systems development life-cycle concept applies in a rage of hard and software configurations. A system can be composed of hardware only, software only, or a combination of both.
Figure 3.Modified SDLC Research Methodology
We the proponents conducted our meeting on how we are going to begin our study. After discussing ourselves. We came up with BIS (Barangay Information System) After that we discussed which Barangay we are going to address our study. We thought that it would be better to make our system compatible with any barangay in Cebu City. But we need a certain Barangay in which we can conduct our study properly. We asked some residents in Sab-a what problem they commonly encounter. We observed that their responses are almost entirely the same. They have problems with slow processing of information and documents they need. So we decided to make an Information System so they can properly store and retrieve their important documents in a single database. This way it would be easier for them to do their jobs. Analysis Phase
After getting feedbacks from different residents we conducted another meeting and we the proponents decided to introduce our System to a Barangay. For us to answer the problems they encountered day by day. Design Phase
These are many different ways on how the problem would be solved. So we designed our program that would be able to secure their information. Especially in storing and retrieving of data. This way won’t be having problems in keeping their documents.
3.2 Definition of Terms
Barangay – A barangay (Brgy. or Bgy.; Filipino: baranggay, [baɾaŋˈɡaj]), formerly called barrio, is the smallest administrative division in the Philippines and is the native Filipino term for a village, district or ward. In colloquial usage, the term often refers to an inner city neighbourhood, a suburb or a suburban neighborhood
Database – A database is an organized collection of data. The data are typically organized to model aspects of reality in a way that supports processes requiring information.
GUI or Graphical User Interface – s a type of interface that allows users to interact with electronic devices through graphical icons and visual indicators such as secondary notation, as opposed to text-based interfaces, typed command labels or text navigation.
Data – s a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables; restated, pieces of data are individual pieces of information.
Computer Icon – A computer icon is a pictogram displayed on a computer screen in order to help the user navigate a computer system or mobile device.
Computer – A computer is a general purpose device that can be programmed to carry out a set of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Since a sequence of operations can be readily changed, the computer can solve more than one kind of problem.
Internet – an electronic communications network that connects computer networks and organizational computer facilities around the world Computerize – to equip with or automate by computers
Manipulation- to move or control something with your hands or by using a machine
System – a group of related parts that move or work together