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SYNOPSIS
ON

DIGITAL LIBRARY
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of
the degree of

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY
IN
Computer Science & Engineering

IIMT ENGINEERINGCOLLEGE
MEERUT (U.P.)
(Affiliated to U.P.T.U. )

(2015-2016)
UNDER GUIDANCE OF:
Mr. Varun Kumar
Engineering College
Meerut

SUBMITTED BY:
KUNVAR SINGH(1212710044)
DHRUV KR.(1212710027)
NAMRTA(1212710062)
MADHU

IIMT

K.SINGH(1212710045)

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Topic
Introduction
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Scope
1.2
Purpose
Problem Description
Approached Used
Cover Page
Flow Chart
System Requirement (Client side and Server Side)
6.1
System Interface
6.2
User Interface
6.3
Hardware Interface
6.4
Software Interface
6.5
Communicational Interface
Survey
Future Work
Bibliography

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1. INTRODUCTION:
DIGITAL LIBRARY would be able to reading books,magzine,newpapers about
different area of interest online. A registration number of the readers submitted would be
generated and the reader would be informed about it through an SMS or E-mail.
DIGITAL LIBRARY are being created today for diverse communities and in different
fields e.g education, science, culture, development, health, governance etc.
Library automation has helped to provide easy access to collections through the use of
computerized library catalogue such as On-Line Public Access Catalogue(OPAC) .Digital
library differ significantly from the traditional libraries because they allow user to gain an
on-line access to and work with the electronic version of full text documents and their
associates images. Many digital library are also provide the facility of the Audio as well
as Video.
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1.1 PURPOSE:

Responses by the user will be checked automatically and instantly.

DIGITAL LIBRARY will reduce the hectic job of librarian.


DIGITAL LIBRARY also reduce the time.

1.2 SCOPE:
DIGITAL LIBRARY used to reading books on the internet. And will be supplement the formal
education system by making knowledge available to anyone who can read and has success.
Online search is to make locating the relevant informations inside of books for more reliable and
much easier.

2. SURVEY:

3. PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:
In the traditional library we were stand in a queue for issuing and returning books and most of
books readers dont have to sufficient time for this so we have to make a online digital library
to access each and everywhere.

4. APPROACH USED:
A bottom-up approach is essentially piecing together systems to give rise to grander systems,
thus making the original systems sub-systems of the emergent system. In a bottom-up approach
the individual base elements of the system are first specified in great detail. These elements are
then linked together to form larger subsystems, which then in turn are linked, sometimes in many
levels, until a complete top-level system is formed.

The Waterfall Model


The waterfall model is a sequential design process, often used in software development
processes. It takes the fundamental process activities of specification, development, validation,
and evolution and represents them as separate process phases such as requirements specification,
software design, implementation, testing, and so on.

Fig:Waterfall Model

Incremental Model
This approach interleaves the activities of specification, development, and validation. The system
is developed as a series of versions (increments), with each version adding functionality to the
previous version.

Fig
: Incremental Model

5. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
5.1. System interface:
It maintains the interface between the public, authorities, Students and teachers.

5.2. User Interface:


The DIGITAL LIBRARY will have the following menu driven interface.

Registration: user must register into digital library


Login for user : which have different Department, areas.
Administrator Corner: For public to view and comment on various books, journals,
magazines , newspaper uploaded by Administrator.

5.3. Hardware Interfaces:


a) Computer System should have access to Internet.
b) Server computer
c) Desktop computer

5.4. Software Interfaces:


a)Windows 7 or 8
b) Visual Basics 2012 and Dream viewer for designing front end.
c) MySql with 5.0 or extended and web logic used for backend.

5.5. Communication Interfaces:


The product requires a network that has a proper connection between the server and the
client. The network that is established should be error free so that the transmission is very
effective.

6. Flow Chart:

7. FUTURE WORK:
Although some of the interest in online information is in its instanteous availability, one of the
most important advantages of digital libraries is searching. When full text data bases are
available, any word or phrase can be found immediately. As I will discuss later, this makes
several kinds of digital library tasks faster and more accurate for library users. In addition, digital
storage means that items are never off-shelf; it means that a copy is as good as an original, so
there is no need to worry about deteriorating physical media; and it means that a copy can be
electronically delivered across campus as easily as within the library. Libraries need no longer
define their patrons as people who walk in the door.
All of this has been true since computer storage began to be used in libraries. Now the rapid
declines in the cost of computer equipment, combined with the steady increases in the costs of
buildings and staff, are about to make digital storage economical even for older materials. In the
CLASS project at Cornell, scanning an old book cost a bit over $30 [Kenney 1992]. This was for
material that is sufficiently fragile to require placing each page on a flatbed scanner. Paper strong
enough to go through a mechanical feeder can probably be scanned for 1/4 that price. The cost of
the disk space, even continuously online disk, to hold the scanned pages of the book, is under
$10. The disk drive industry will ship 15 petabytes this year, or 2.5 megabytes per person in the
world! The magnetic tape industry will ship 200 petabytes of blank tape, enough to hold the
entire Library of Congress ten thousand times.

8. BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Software Engineering by K.K.Aggarwal and Yogesh Singh, New Age Publishing
House, 2nd Edition.
IEEE Standard for Software Test Documentation-IEEE Std. 829-1998.
www.google.co.in for various searches.
www.wikipedia.org for various definitions.