DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERISED IMAGE TRANSFER SYSTEM IN A WIDE AREA NETWORK
Computer image is the acquisition, processing and display of using computers. The main purpose of this project is to design software of image transferring in a wide area network.
It studies visual basic as an object oriented language, which has found a wide application in networking both local and wide areas. This project has been specially written and presented in a concise manner to cover the necessary background information i.e. the system, its functional specification and the programming language adopted for implementing the image application.
A new computerized system is designed and implemented. This system is made to reduce the difficulties experienced in the old manual system. It is easier, timely, more reliable and efficient in work or image transfer.
ORGANISASTION OF THE WORK
The project is a straight forward work that expresses clearly and concisely what the researcher has done to solve the researcher problem. Although not much has been able to achieve the little that has been done will be able to interpret and acquaint and at the same time present the data fully to the reader and present their implications for reading the problem being researched.
The first section (i.e. abstract and chapter one) of the project have but one purpose and that is to create a meting point of minds between the writer and its reader. The reader should understand that the writer had in mind with respect to the problem and the setting in which the problem was conceived. The work has been able to show problem and also assumptions. Some terms were also defined.
The chapter on review of related literatures also designed to acquaint the reader with the research problem in relation with the corollary literature of the project problem area. It provides a better understanding of the orientation of the problem to the larger research environment.
The next chapter talked or described more in the existing system. The writer designed the fact finding method used and also the problem of the existing system was briefly mentioned the input, process, output analysis was not left out which was logically stated. The information flow diagram which described more on the flow or transfer of the image was mentioned diagrammatically. Finally the justification for the new system was their made.
The next chapter which is the designing of the new system was made in such a way that the chapter consists largely of a logical presentation of the data in terms of the problem that has been designed which is then followed by the procedure chant. Initially, the output specification and design and input specification and design has also been described so as to acquaint to the user on how image has to be viewed in the web. The change over procedure, which talks more on the change over of the old system to new system, has also been designated and it is followed by the system flowchart. The system requirements (hardware and software) has not been left out on the work and most importantly to crown it up, the site requirements were also mentioned.
The most chapter, which is on the implementation which, is also a state of change over finally from the old to the new system of operation the program design was being designated here coupled with the program flow chart and pseudo codes.
The next chapter, which is chapter six, described more on the documentation which is supposed to be used on guiding the user on how to use the new system. This has been technically specified and at the work was then closed with a chapter entitled “conclusion and recommendation” in which has been accomplished on each phase of the research activity are distilled into a few paragraphs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.3 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
1.4 SCOPE OF STUDY
1.5 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW
3.0 DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.1 FACT FINDINGS METHOD USED
3.2 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
3.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.4 INPUT, PROCESS, OUTPUT ANALYSIS
3.5 INFORMATION FLOW DIAGRAM
3.6 PROBLEMS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM
3.7 JUSTIFICATION FOR THE NEW SYSTEM
4.1 DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM
4.2 OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN
4.3 INPUT SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN
4.4 FILE DESIGN
4.5 CHANGE OVER PROCEDURE
4.6 SYSTEM FLOW CHART
4.7 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
4.8 SITE REQUIREMENTS
5.2 PROGRAM DESIGN
5.3 PROGRAM FLOWCHART
6.2 OPERATIONAL GUIDE
6.3 USERS GUIDE
7.0 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
Computer imaging can be applied in different ways like technical image processing, medical imaging, remote sensing graphic art, desktop publishing, document imaging, digital photography industrial inspection and video process and consumer application. The imaging technology, image processing modules is designed for image analysis and machine vision application such as industrial inspection and optical character recognition. The hope of thousand of application developers and commercial software suppliers is to be able to write and compile code once and run it or any of target hardware platform.
A lot of synergistic things have happened in the internet and enterprises in the past few, more than merely a series of software products and extents has shown how fast the Java technology has grown. The technology is a major computing environment now, “a river that has flood his bank” and is now crossing just about everywhere across industries and enterprise. Coupled with the power of networking, the visual platform is helping computer users to do many things that are unimaginable. For example user can securely access their personal information and application when they are far away from office by using any computer that is connected to be application from a mobile phone based on the visual platform.
The technology will soon be integrated into many aspects of life; incentive internet services will be available not only on personal computers but also on appliances through out the household and on the road. Think home banking, internet, shopping, international games, access to business system, away from bark even personnel ATM that let s one download funds into smart cards via the phone.
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Many business firms have not seen it as necessary to embark on internet services. There should be the pressing need to let business use the internet to secretly connect to their customer’s supplier and partners.
The problem of transferring images or video files to the web has been with us for almost asked loving as the web itself.
It is usually difficult to transfer images from one place to the other, most especially on digital form, this at time leads to improper identification of images or the images being brought to the user views because of this problem associated to image transfer some important facts that needed to be transferred are not properly decodes by the recipient.
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
This project study is intended that the programming language (visual basic) which has to be developed should be used in wide area network. The result should be made to confirm the applicability of visual program in image transfer on wide area network.
1.3 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
With the visual basic technology the internet and private network becomes a computing environment coupled with the power of networking the visual basic plat form on helping computer users to do things that computer imaging enables the user to benefit from the powers of the computer to process and display pictures and photograph. The scope of the study is to look into the basics of Visual Basic and the basics of applet writing with a view to using this language to incorporate images, which is an applet.
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