MK

Wednesday, 18 April, 2007

ASCA2008 Project Assignment announced!

Filed under: ASCA — MK @ 19:53

English version: Candidates should complete one of the following project assignments. Candidates may develop a prototype of the application in the project assignment to demonstrate the design.

Title 1: e-Classroom System for Supporting Teaching and Learning

  • Candidates are required to design an e-Classroom system for a school to support teaching and learning.
  • Candidates should propose
    • the functions of the system for supporting teaching and learning (e.g. online polling and multiple-choice testing)
    • the hardware and software required
    • the network design
    • the underlying database design for the suggested functions (e.g. online polling)
  • Candidates should analyse the feasibility of implementing the proposed system.

Title 2: Instant Messaging System

Instant Messaging System (IMS) is a real-time communications system that makes communication via a network easier.

  • Candidates are required to investigate and compare two different network models, the client-server model and he peer-to-peer model, in implementing an IMS on a network.
  • Candidates are required to design an IMS for a school so as to facilitate communication between teachers and students.
  • Candidates should propose
    • the functions of the IMS for facilitating communication (e.g. instant messaging and file transfer)
    • the network design for data flow
    • the system requirements
    • a database schema to support the proposed function(s) (e.g. history of messages and contact list)
  • Candidates should analyse the feasibility of implementing the proposed system.

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