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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mariya Zhigalova
Automated Text Document Compliance Assessment System Development
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
A graduation thesis topic is “Automated Text Document Compliance Assessment System Development”. The study focuses on software implementation of a system for text document formatting check in accordance with formal requirements set in standards. A software product has user-friendly web-interface, provides an opportunity to check documents according to formatting rules stored in the system, loaded from a template document or created by manual parameters entering.

The text of the work consists of an introduction, a conclusion, three content-related chapters and seven appendices. The text of the main part is in 49 pages with 21 tables and 45 illustrations. A bibliography includes 20 titles.

The first chapter presents information on basic methods allowing users to minimize time and effort required for a check and contains an analysis of software solutions illustrating the principle of functioning of these methods. In addition, the chapter involves the description of Microsoft Office Word (.docx) file format structure and explains the expediency of the format usage for creating a software product for document formatting check. The focus of the second chapter is on the design of a system for automated text document compliance assessment. A use-case, class and sequence diagrams built in the UML notation are provided, and terms of reference for software product development are presented. The third chapter incorporates an analysis of software tools for text document processing and the rationale for selecting OpenXML SDK 2.5 for system development. A detailed description of the process of software implementation of a system’s functional module and its user interface is given. The appendices include design diagrams, terms of reference, a user’s guide, and a source code.

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