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Level 2 Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation 2014

1.0 Coursework Title
Electrical Installation and Inspection Management System (EIIMS)

2.0 The Coursework Overview
INSPECT-RICALS is a small electrical contracting company whose principle business area
concerns domestic electrical wiring and installation. The firm mainly focuses upon
condominium developers and owners, providing an installation and inspection service to
ensure the safety of all electrical wiring within an apartment. NSPECT-RICALS are called to
inspect both new developments as well as older apartments, with the latter taking place on a
yearly basis. The firm requires a system to help facilitate and manage the inspection process,
as well as produce the necessary reports for the benefit of management and clients. The
intended users of the system are administrators, clerks, engineers and managers.
In addition to a working system which provides the necessary functionality, the firm is a
strong proponent of the object oriented paradigm and therefore has stipulated that the system
be developed using object oriented programming concepts.

3.0 Objectives of this Coursework
Develop the practical ability to describe, justify and implement an object oriented system.
Research and present a contemporary object oriented topic

4.0 Learning Outcomes
At the end of this coursework you should be able to:
Understand the techniques of object oriented design
Develop hands on programming skills in developing Java applications
Design and implement object oriented software systems
Select appropriate object oriented techniques to solve software development problems

5.0 Type
Individual assignment
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6.0 Coursework Description
INSPECT-RICALS engineers engage in two kinds of activity, new electrical installations
and periodic inspection. The latter is a full inspection of a property's existing electrical
wiring and appliances, and is usually a follow up to a previous inspection or installation. A
new electrical installation involves the installation of new electrical wiring at a property for
either an existing or new client. Upon completion of an electrical installation or a periodic
inspection a detailed report verifying the inspection must be completed and issued to the
person ordering the work
Customers contact the firm for either a new installation or for an inspection. The firm's clerk
is responsible for all customer liaisons and will create a new customer account if the
customer is a new customer. Details of the work are to be recorded into the system, such as
whether it is an installation or an inspection. The clerk will then record the details of the
property at which the inspection/installation is to take place (location, time/date, number of
rooms, types of appliances etc). Upon creating the order the clerk allocates an engineer to the
order. Engineers are to use the system for two purposes. Firstly, they will log in and view a
list of all inspections (location, time/date etc) for the upcoming week. In addition, the
engineers will use the system to generate a report regarding the work carried out, such as
which appliances were tested etc. This will then be emailed to the client as proof of the
inspection and installation, as well as printed and signed by the engineer in order to provide
the client with a hard copy.
A record of the inspection will also be saved by the system and at the end of each week the
clerk will collate all the completed inspections/installations and generate an invoice for each
client. The management of the firm will primarily use the system for analysis purposes and
intend to generate statistics, such as the number of inspections carried out and the amount of
work done by each engineer.





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There are four users of the system:
The system administrator who have full administrative access to the system,
including user management and other settings.
Clerks who are responsible for customer and order management as well as
responsible for allocating engineers to specific jobs.
Engineers who are responsible for carrying out the inspections/installations.
Managers who have full access to the system other than user management rights.
The system must therefore be able to differentiate between these four types of users through
the authentication and authorisation of users based on their specific job roles.

7.0 General Requirements
The program you submit should be able to execute without errors. In addition, all user input
should be validated in order to minimise user errors. The implementation code must highlight
the use of appropriate object oriented programming concepts as required by the solution. As
the system requires persistent data all information which is entered or edited must be saved
within text files. This is to ensure that the information can be retrieved at a later date.










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8.0 Deliverables
The Installation/Inspection Management System with complete source code must be
submitted in the form of a CD
Documentation must be provided in printed and soft copy format
Submission deadline: August 11
th
2014, 7:00 PM

8.1 Installation/Inspection Management System and Research Findings in CD format:
The completed application/system as well as the soft copy of the report must be saved to a
CD
The application/system must contain all the relevant source code

8.2 Documentation: Coursework Report
As part of the assessment you must submit the project report in printed and soft copy form.
The report should follow the following structure:
A) Cover Page:
All reports must be prepared with a front cover. A protective transparent plastic sheet can
be placed in front of the report to protect the front cover. The front cover should be
printed with the following details:
Module
Coursework Title
Intake
Student name and id
Date Assigned (the date the assignment details were handed out).
Date Completed (the date the report is due to be handed in).

B) Contents:
Description and justification of the design involving use case modelling, activity
diagram, analysis and design class diagram, the implementation code which
illustrates the object oriented programming concepts incorporated into the solution
A 2000-word report based on the research done on the object oriented topic



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C) Conclusion:
Overall conclusions about your work, the system, the problems faced and the lessons learnt.

D) References
You may look for algorithms and information from the Internet or books. Proper
referencing of the resources should be provided.
All references must be made using the Harvard Naming Convention as shown
below:
The theory was first propounded in 1970 (Larsen, A.E. 1971), but since then
has been refuted; M.K. Larsen (1983) is among those most energetic in their
opposition……….

/**
* Following source code obtained from (Danang, S.N. 2002)
*/
int noshape=2;
noshape=GetShape();

List of references at the end of your document or source code must follow the
following format
Larsen, A.E. 1971, A Guide to the Aquatic Science Literature, McGraw-Hill,
London.

Larsen, M.K. 1983, British Medical Journal [Online], Available from
http://libinfor.ume.maine.edu/acquatic.htm (Accessed 19 November 1995)

Danang, S.N., 2002, Finding Similar Images [Online], The Code Project,
*Available from http://www.codeproject.com/bitmap/cbir.asp, [Accessed 14th
*September 2006]

Further information on other types of citation is available in Petrie, A., 2003, UWE
Library Services Study Skills: How to reference [online], England, University of
Western England, Available from http://www.uweac.uk/library/resources/
general/info_study_skills/harvard2.htm, [Accessed 4th September 2013].
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9.0 Assignment Assessment Criteria
The assignment assessment consists of three components: Program Solution and
Documentation (60%), Research Report (30%) and Presentation (10%). Details are as
follows:
Program Solution and
Documentation (60%)

Research Report (30%)
Criteria Marks
Allocated %
Criteria Marks
Allocated %
Program Solution:
Performance as per
requirements
30 Structure of the report and
references
10
Program Documentation:
Description and justification
of the design which
incorporated object oriented
programming concepts
30 Contents:
• Depth of the research
• Relevance of the research
• Discussion of ideas

20
Presentation (10%)
Ability to answer questions addressed by the lecturer pertaining to work done
and presented
10

10.0 Development Environment
The program must be created using the Java programming language. You can use any Java
development IDE to do this.

11.0 Academic Integrity
You are expected to maintain the utmost level of academic integrity during the duration
of the course.
Plagiarism is a serious offence and will be dealt with according to APU and Staffordshire
University regulations.