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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Galina Kapger
Admission Campaign Information-analytical System Development. Career Guidance Activities Module
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2019
This paper describes the development stages of the career guidance activities module for admission campaign information-analytical system.

The work contains 37 pages of A4 format of the main text, including 3 chapters (analysis of the subject area of ​​the information and analytical system of the receiving campaign, design of the information and analytical system of the receiving campaign, implementation and testing of the information and analytical system of the receiving campaign), and 6 applications (diagrams, technical task , normalization of relations, user manual, programmer’s manual and program listing).

The main part contains 23 tables, 13 illustrations, including 5 diagrams.

The annexes contain 13 diagrams, normalization of relations (including 74 tables), technical documentation and program listing.

The bibliographic list consists of 11 sources.

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