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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Linar Ibragimov
Design of Information System or Monitoring and Storage Course and Graduation Works
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
Final qualification work consists of introduction, two heads, the conclusion and the list of references with a total amount of 43 pages.

Relevance of a subject of research is reflected in introduction, the object, a subject, the purposes and tasks are defined in introduction

In chapter 1 comparison of notations of modeling of processes is carried out, the structure of department of information technologies in business is described, the AS IS model of process of performance of term and final papers of students has been constructed, and also the similar LMS efront system is analysed.

In chapter 2 functional requirements to information system are developed, the TO BE model of process of performance of term and final papers of students is constructed, and also the database of system and the interface is designed.

In the conclusion the most significant results of work are formulated

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