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The majority of current information systems were implemented using traditional paradigms which include business modeling techniques applied during the analysis phase such as Data Flow Diagrams and Entity-Relationship Diagrams. These legacy systems are now struggling to cope with recent developments, particularly trends towards e-Commerce applications,(More)
The present research concentrates on automation of retail process that involves customers. One can save on total man power required to manage a physical retail store and store tills if RFID at item level is implemented in a retail store. One can reduce number of persons at Security / Payment till required at store counter and exit. Although RFID can(More)
–The legacy information systems often implement manual data updates for information obtained from external systems. The manual updates are cumbersome, error prone, and expensive. The legacy systems miss interfaces to external systems that could be used for automatic updates of system data. Moreover, the legacy systems also lack extensions to supplier or(More)
AbstrAct Recently, many organisations have become aware of the limitations of their legacy systems to adapt to new technical requirements. Trends towards e-commerce applications, platform independence, reusability of prebuilt components, capacity for reconfiguration, BLOCKINand BLOCKINhigher BLOCKINreliability BLOCKINhave BLOCKINcon-tributed to the need to(More)
Decision support system plays very crucial role in aiding decision making when huge abstract data is available. This paper elaborates on a decision support system which can detect, diagnose and suggest remedial measures on building cracks. The system caters to cracks that would appear in ceilings, walls, floors and beams in a building. The knowledge base(More)