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RECYCLING COLLECTION INFORMATION SYSTEM

Agasha Ochneva-Glendam Baysal -Roya Olyazadeh

Contents
1. Application description .................................................................................................................... 3 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 2. The proposed analysis task ....................................................................................................... 3 Where it will be applied to ....................................................................................................... 3 Which data is available, required or collected in the field ......................................................... 3 Which elements from the reality will be represented ............................................................... 3

GIS elements ................................................................................................................................... 4 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. Geographical elements organized into layers ........................................................................... 4 Feature classes (geospatial objects and fields) .......................................................................... 4 Non-geospatial objects and their relation to the geospatial ones ............................................. 5

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UML Models .................................................................................................................................... 5 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. Use Case diagram ..................................................................................................................... 5 Class diagram showing the package organization ..................................................................... 6 Class relations of the system .................................................................................................. 10

1. Application description
Recycling Collection Information System: Recycling saves energy, reduces raw material extraction and combats climate change. The vast majority of studies have found that recycling our rubbish is better for the environment rather than incinerating or land filling it.

1.1.The proposed analysis task


The project will work for the recycling company to manage recycling collection process. In this system user has options to store data about recycling materials and to create route for transport units which collecting the material from collection points and deliver it to storage points.

1.2.Where it will be applied to


We decide to develop our project on recycling collection information system for the Volgograd city municipality in Russia. Currently the local government doesnt have a n information system for recycling collection. Without any information system, especially because of the size of the city the traffic problem is growing day by day. In order to manage the recycling process to have an information system will be helpful for the local government to organize the works.

1.3.Which data is available, required or collected in the field


1. 2. 3. 4. Road network Recycling collection areas Recycling storage areas Geospatial data for the city map with satellite images

1.4.Which elements from the reality will be represented


Collection points with 3 different types: green for glass, blue for paper and yellow for plastic containers. Storage points, Routes of the trucks which will collect recycling materials. Road network.

2. GIS elements
2.1.Geographical elements organized into layers
The Reference Network Layer will contain the road data. The Route Features Layer contains more complex features that are built from the links in the Reference Network Layer. Route Features might be truck routes. The Event Layer contains a wide range of objects that are related to the Reference Network or the Route Features. Such as collection points and storage points.

2.2.Feature classes (geospatial objects and fields)


Points : Collection and storage points, road junctions Lines: Road network, paths Intersection : A type of Transport Junction representing a point of connection between two or more TransportEdges of the same type where a MobileObject may be routed from one TransportEdge to another. Intersections may have subclasses distinguished by their control characteristics (e.g., FourWayStop, Roundabout, Cloverleaf) Road:Any TransportEdge intended to represent a right-of-way for one or more types of variablepath, land-based MobileObjects (e.g., automobiles, trucks, bicycles). Each Road may be composed of one or more lanes, one or more CarriageWays, or both. Path :The geographic representation of route which is connecting collection and storage points. Vehicle:A type of powered Mobile Object, such as an Automobile, Truck, or Ship, that is capable of propelling itself or being propelled across the network. MobileObject:An object representing any type of medium through which people or commodities are transported along a TransportEdge. Examples of MobileObjects include Pedestrians, Airplanes, Automobiles, Bicycles, Trucks, Ships, Buses, RailCars, and EmergencyVehicles. MobileObjects can be further subtyped by function or other characteristics (e.g., power source, size, weight, axles). Activity:One of several types of features that represents a planned operation. Activities are linearly referenced to the network. Activities can have point, line, or polygon spatial representations. Examples include ConstructionPoint, ConstructionLine, and ConstructionPoly. ActivityLine:Any Activity with a linear representation. ActivityPoint:Any Activity with a point representation.

2.3.Non-geospatial objects and their relation to the geospatial ones


Operator: Creates routes for recycling collection information system. Collector: Collecting, carrying and putting recycling material to the storage places. Recycling company: Recycling the material.

3. UML Models
3.1.Use Case diagram
Local government signs contract with Garbage Collection Company. This company has recycling collection information system. This system has three users which are operator, collector and recycling company. Operator Operator is creating the route in recycling collection information system for each truck every term (assuming once a week). Collector Company Collector is checking the route in the system which has been created by the Operator. After taking recyclable material from each place, collector marks in the system the place that he collects the recyclable material. Collector carries the recyclable material then he will put them to the storage. Then he inputs information about the amount and type of the material into the system. Recycling company Recycling company can connect to the system to check how much and what type of materials were collected to recycle.

3.2. Class diagram showing the package organization


For the recycling collection information system 3 packages have been chosen to represent. These are Reference network package, mobile object package, activities package.

Reference Network Package: It represents transportation network.

Mobile Object Package: The mobile object package contains those objects includes in transportation related activities that can be transported across the reference network.

Activities Package:

3.3.Class relations of the system