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Development of Computer-Aided System for Veterinary Clinic

Student: Anastasiia Chubarova

Supervisor: Irina P. Karpova

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Information Science and Computation Technology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This thesis project is dedicated to creating a system to automate the business processes of the veterinary clinic. The application will help to reduce the amount of work carried out by hand, decrease the number of errors caused by human factor, improving the quality of services, an increase productivity. Also, the use of this system will allow to receive systematic reports on clinic workload and employment personnel. The paper performed an analysis of the subject area, gives an overview of existing implementations that solve similar problems. The part about the development of the system contains a description of the database design process, data and UI design. As a result of the graduation project the veterinary clinic functioning automation task has been solved. Explanatory note to the degree project contains 48 pages, 14 figures, 25 tables, 12 literature sources.

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