Mike Holcombe - MSc Projects 2001

Industrial Projects:

WMLH-1: Genesys test tools.
WMLH-2: Genesys web documentation tools.
WMLH-3: Genesys projects.
WMLH-4: Sheffield Volunteer Bureau project - the virtual volunteer.

Project description.

WMLH-1: Genesys test tools.

Key words: testing, Java, X-machines.

Description

Genesys is a software development company located in the Department. It is currently developing some in-house software tools for testing software developed in the company. These are based round some research carried out in the Departmetnt and involve building software to test applicatipons written in Visual basic and for web based applications.

This project is only available to ASE and SST students.

Resources

Use of Genesys laboratory.

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Project description.

WMLH-2: Genesys web documentation tools.

Key words: Perl, Java, HTML, XML.

Description

Genesys is a software development company located in the Department. It is currently developing some in-house software tools for the maintenance and documentation of clients' web pages. The tool required would take an HTML description of a set of web pages and extract various peices of information in order to populate a template describing the contents, history and properties of the web system. It is likley that the use of the Perl programming language would be required.

This project is only available to ASE and SST students.

Resources

Use of Genesys laboratory.

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Project description.

WMLH-3: Genesys projects - several projects available.

Key words:

Description

Genesys is a software development company located in the Department. The company has a number of on-going projects for various clients, the main type of project involves developing databases and web based applications for small commercial companies and public sector organisations.

This project is only available to ASE students.

Resources

Use of Genesys laboratory.


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Project description.

WMLH-4: Sheffield Volunteer Bureau project - the virtual volunteer.

Key words: .

Description

See http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~wmlh/svbMSc2000.pdf

This project is suitable for IS students.

Resources

No specific requirements other than access to PCs.

Reading

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