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Software Requirement Specifications (SRS) report making help and Guide

Helping Material Software Requirement Specifications   1. Project Scope. 3 1.1 What is project scope?. 3 1.2 How Scope is usually defined. 3 1.3 Write a scope statement 3 1.3.1 The project justification information. 3 1.3.2 Identify the project product 3 1.3.3 Identify the project deliverables. 3 1.3.4 Identify the project objectives. 3 1.4        Sample Scope Statement [3] 3 2. ... Read More »

Make your Date sheet Now for Spring Mid term Papers 2013

  Published On:  Tuesday, April 30, 2013 As announced earlier, the web interface for making your date sheet is being launched on the following link: You MUST make your date sheet on or before: Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Seats will be available on a ‘first come first served’ basis. All mentioned timings are according to PST (Pakistan Standard Time).INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Logon using ... Read More »

National ICT Research and Development Awards 2013

Published On:  Wednesday, April 24, 2013 The “National ICT Research and Development Awards 2013” is being launched to acknowledge the efforts of Pakistani organizations, researchers, academicians, professionals, engineers, etc. in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) with the aim of encouraging the development of an ICT focused R&D culture in Pakistan. We plan to hold a Grand National ICT R&D Awards ... Read More »


Published On:  Wednesday, April 17, 2013   Course Selection (Spring 2013) (Classes Commencement Date: Monday, April 8, 2013)   The Course Selection link will be available from Tuesday, March 26, 2013 underStudent Services Tab. The students are advised to logon to their respective VULMS account and select their course(s) immediately or at least before the semester commencement date. However, students may add/drop course(s) until April 21, ... Read More »

SeView: An Efficient Sequence Format Converter CS619 Spring 2013

This tool adopts divide and conquer approach to efficiently convert large (having minimum 10,000 sequences) multiple sequence alignments (MSA) to the selected format. Divide and conquer is implement by using multithreading technique of java programming language.   Help can be obtained from any existing tool like ReadSeq (   SeView will also provide GUI to the command based MSA methods ... Read More »

Offline Website Downloader CS619 Final Project Spring 2013

Offline Website Downloader   This software should allow you to download the entire website or selected web pages to your local hard drive. So you will be able to enjoy the offline browsing without having the internet connection.   Requirements:   There should be only single type of user for this software. User should be able to give website link ... Read More »

MobiQuiz CS619 Final Project Spring 2013

Introduction Examination is the most common assessment and evaluation technique in educational institutes. There can be many types of exams questions e.g. multiple choice, true/false, matching, short answer, essay, and oral etc.   In normal conventional practices these exams are conducted on paper and marked by the teacher manually which makes it time consuming and full of expected human error. ... Read More »

jQuery Mobile Icon Bank CS619 Project Spring 2013

This mobile web application will allow users to view, download and rate icons. Designers will add icons to the web site in different resolutions. The icons will be saved in albums. Registered users will view, download, email, and rate icons. Favorite icons feature will also be provided to the registered users. The application will provide filter based search features to ... Read More »

WSN Partitioning Strategies Spring 2013 CS619 Projects

Wireless Sensor Network is partitioned into collection of nodes which are called clusters. Clustering technique is used in order to enhance performance of WSNs. There are many clustering techniques whose goals are longevity, convergence in more area, nodes reliability and route stability. CH may be pre-selected by network designer or elected by sensors in clusters after deployment. CHs are mainly ... Read More »

CS619 Final Project Guidelines For All CS619 Final Project Students

CS619 Final Project Guidelines 1. CS619 is Compulsory Final Project need to be must cleared with 2.3 CGPA. It Consists of 6 Credit Hours. (2 Semesters) I for Documentations and 1 For Final Deliverables (Coding and Final Presentations+Report). It consists of 5 Documents Project Documentations and Marks SRS (Software Requirements Specification) = 10 Marks MWP(Methodology and Work Plan)              = 10 ... Read More »