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Title: FYP examiner allocation system improvement
Authors: Aung, Thaw Thaw
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: In Nanyang Technological University, all the students from School of Computer Science and Engineering are required to take the Final Year Project (FYP) to fulfill the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Computer Science. Therefore, the students’ FYP must be examined and assessed by the staffs for examination purpose. The allocation of examiners to grade the students is needed and it is done by the FYP Examiner Allocation (FEA) system. The current Final Year Project Examiner Allocation System (FEA) was built in 2007 which is about ten years old. There are many limitations in this system whose features are outdated which can be difficult to use in the future. In order to overcome the problems, an improved FEA system was implemented. The improved FEA system is the current FEA system with improved features. However, there are still issues and limitations in the improved FEA system. Therefore, this project, FYP Examiner Allocation System Improvement (SCE16-0217) is to develop and improve a new FEA system which has upgraded components and features to remove limitations of the current system. A new system is to replace the current system which shall be user-friendly, highly modular and compactible to adapt the changes in a dynamic environment of the future. As an improvement, the new system is developed for part-time students too.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
Appears in Collections:SCSE Student Reports (FYP/IA/PA/PI)

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