Culminating Project Title
Development and Implementation of Workshop Management System Application to Explore Combing Multiple Design Patterns
Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
Computer Science: M.S.
Computer Science and Information Technology
School of Science and Engineering
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As systems creation are becoming more complex, we face more problems that are related to system construction rather than those problems related to analysis. Design patterns represent a clear way of solving designing problems in the context of a particular computer application. Combining design patterns is one approach that is used to allow flexibility in building applications with multiple problems.
The Workshop Management System application is built to demonstrate the idea of combining multiple design patterns. To support the idea, we show how to build the application by following the structures and methods that are provided by design patterns. Essentially, we show how these structures help developers to express a flexible system creation.
Aljahdali, Esraa, "Development and Implementation of Workshop Management System Application to Explore Combing Multiple Design Patterns" (2015). Culminating Projects in Computer Science and Information Technology. 2.
I would like to thank my committee members, Professors Jayantha Herath, Donald Hamnes, and Susantha Herath for their continuous support. Also, I would like to thank the Computer Science Department Faculty at St. Cloud State University. They provided great education that helped me to earn the skills to work on this project. Special thanks to my family for supporting me and encouraging me to do the best.