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Project archives and exhibition software is a software system which aims at getting soft copies of all final year projects in GTUC online to enhance effective literature review, provide permanent storage for all school projects and also to project the name of the school across the world through exhibition of projects on the platform. It provides login access to both students and staff of GTUC community. People outside the community of GTUC can only surf through projects but cannot download them. The allowable file types are pdfs and videos. In the nutshell, this project was developed to halt the trend of students always repeating projects but rather improve on what has been done if they should embark on the same project and also to boost the confidence of successors if they should see projects constructed by their predecessors.


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Project Id:2
Project Title:Project Archives and Exhibition Software
Field Of Study:Computer Engineering
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-10-23 12:06:46
Last Update:2018-11-05 12:52:54
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paul tuffour boateng
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User Id:3
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology University College
Course/Programme:Computer Engineering
Member Status:Verified By School/Institution
Email Address:nanatuffour721@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-10-13 17:27:35
Last Update:2019-06-12 07:07:27
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Wisdom Kungary
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User Id:2
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology University
Course/Programme:N/A
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:vanderstate@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-10-13 16:22:59
Last Update:2018-11-03 16:27:17
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Design and Construction of an Asset Tracking Device for Indoor Using a smartphone


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Project Id:3
Project Title:Design and Construction of an Asset Tracking Device for Indoor Using a Smartphone.
Field Of Study:Computer Engineering
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-10-23 17:58:45
Last Update:2018-11-05 14:55:15
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Gabriel Ayiku Adjonyoh
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User Id:5
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:GHANA TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Course/Programme:Computer Engineering
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:gabriel.adjonyoh@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-10-23 17:30:18
Last Update:2018-10-23 17:38:46
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Service to God and humanity is the greatest form of humility. A BSc. Computer Engineer focused on Information and Systems Engineering as well as Computer Networking. Currently working in the field of banking systems.

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This project is a web based application which is to aid student retrieve lecture notes without a hustle. It was designed by Augustus Rockson and Prince Osei- Wusu as their final year project


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Project Id:4
Project Title:Design a Web Based Student Resource Center
Field Of Study:Computer Engineering
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-10-23 23:32:38
Last Update:2018-10-23 23:47:53
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Augustus Rockson
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User Id:6
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology University College
Course/Programme:Computer Engineering
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:fiifi7747@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-10-23 21:16:18
Last Update:2018-10-23 23:18:06
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Am a Computer Engineering graduate seeking to share my expertise and also learn from any field of work

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This project was undertaken in an attempt to eliminate manual clearance process in educational institutions


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Project Id:5
Project Title:Design and implementation of an online clearance system(web and android applications)
Field Of Study:Computer Engineering
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-10-24 14:43:56
Last Update:2018-10-24 14:43:56
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Kwasi Egu Ayeboafo07
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User Id:10
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology University College
Course/Programme:Computer Engineering
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:egu.quecy@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-10-24 14:21:29
Last Update:2018-10-24 14:22:59
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This report follows the research and development of a third year computing science project from inception to completion. The project involved creating the eastern section of the University of East-Anglia’s campus into a virtual model. The model is represented in two ways: A pre-rendered video sequence, and as an interactive application in which users may navigate themselves around campus. The report begins by introducing the project area of virtual urban modelling in general terms, and moves on to discuss basic techniques applied to this specific project discussing the design and implementation of the virtual model. It discusses the modelling process of each building, the problems encountered and what has been done to solve these problems. Lastly, the report discusses the possibilities of future work that can be applied to this project. Appendix A contains the video and real-time application this project has produced.


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Project Id:1000100500
Project Title:A Virtual model of the University of East-Anglia
Field Of Study:Computer Science
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-12-28 22:19:02
Last Update:2018-12-28 22:27:42
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jassim happa
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User Id:1000103002
Gender:Female
Nationality:British
School/Institution:University of East-Anglia
Course/Programme:Computer Science
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:jassimhappa001@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-12-28 21:43:51
Last Update:2019-08-19 10:08:48
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The use of a Project Management Information System (PMIS) provides many benefits to organizations involved in project work. These systems can be seen as information managers that integrate and control information flows to assist management in gaining an overview of past and present events, as well as enable them to make future predictions. However, with organizational needs varying, and features provided by these systems covering different project management areas, finding the correct fit between the organization and the most comprehensive system is difficult. The vast amount of evaluation criteria, and the variety of software packages on the market, further complicates the problem. This report addresses this problem by developing a decision-making tool based on multi-criteria decision-making methods, more specifically, the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). A structured development methodology was followed to develop the tool. It includes the initial attainment of knowledge of the Project management, and management information system environments. Next the criteria on which the model would be based was selected from these environments in terms of functional-, organizational-, and software acquisition requirements, resulting in fourteen specific criterion. The final decision-making tool was then developed by utilizing the AHP methods as well as Visual Basic programming in Excel. The criteria were structured in a hierarchy, and alternatives were measured against each of these criterion to obtain a weighted rank of the alternatives. The final result can be seen as an easy-to-use tool that covers a comprehensive range of decision making criteria. The tool can be used in collaboration with other methods to aid users in PMIS software selection. An evaluation of the tool by experts confirmed that the tool could be used successfully in the project management environment, provided some adjustments are made. The valued opinion of these experts and the entire development process was document to allow future expansions and improvements.


Detail Information

Project Id:1000100501
Project Title:A decision making tool for the Evaluation and Selection of Project Management Information System (PMIS) Software.
Field Of Study:Computer Science
Project Supervisor:No
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2018-12-28 23:44:21
Last Update:2018-12-29 00:03:29
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Ona Rautenbach
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User Id:1000103003
Gender:Male
Nationality:South African
School/Institution:University of Stellenbosch
Course/Programme:Computer Science
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:onar9682@gmail.com
Registered On:2018-12-28 23:30:39
Last Update:2019-08-19 17:32:57
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The special engineering project was a level 3 group project to build a robot in a team of four. The robot had been designed to patrol the corridors of the CVSSP at the University of Surrey. Each member of the team had specific robot sub-systems to concentrate on. The author’s role in the project is the project manager, who is also responsible for the design of the robot’s decision system. Consequently, this report details the development of the robot’s decision system and mentions the project management. The decision system is the top-level aspect of the robot. The tasks it must accomplish can be roughly broken down into four main components: the planning of paths inside the patrol area, estimating the current location of the robot from noisy estimates, processing the ultrasound sensor readings and issuing movement commands. The project management aspect is also outlined briefly


Detail Information

Project Id:1000100502
Project Title:Special Engineering Project Decision System
Field Of Study:Electrical Engineering
Project Supervisor:None
Project Status:Approved
Published Date:2019-02-07 23:06:11
Last Update:2019-03-25 15:49:57
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Peter Helland
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User Id:1000103007
Gender:Male
Nationality:British
School/Institution:University of Surrey
Course/Programme:Electrical Engineering
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:hellandpeter7070@gmail.com
Registered On:2019-02-07 22:38:36
Last Update:2019-08-19 10:23:04
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Abstract/Summary

The global financial crisis and subsequent effects on sovereign debt, the “rise of China”, prolonged war in the Middle East, as well as the recent as yet uncertain wave of political unrest and civil war known popularly as the “Arab Spring” have shaken the world, and called into question the future of U.S. hegemony. In this regard, the prospects for continued U.S. hegemony in the international political economy will be analysed. First, however, it will be necessary to determine exactly what factors are constitutive of U.S. hegemony. In this regard, the structural analysis devised by Susan Strange in the 1980s is apt to illustrate the main sources of U.S. power in the international system. Additionally, the insights of Robert Cox’s analysis of the internationalization of production, world order, and his application of Gramsci’s theory of hegemony to the international political economy allow for a more thorough understanding of the nature of the U.S. hegemony. Additionally, East Asia and Latin America will briefly be analysed due to their potential as sites for collective counter- hegemony, if not on a global, then at least on a regional level. It will be concluded that U.S. hegemony through dominance in the structures of production, finance, security and ideology appears to be relatively safe from effective contestation for the foreseeable future. Once again, the decline of the U.S. has been much exaggerated due to a lack of focus on structural power, and an in depth analysis of the myriad sources of power which the U.S. draws from.


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Project Id:1000100503
Project Title:The Source of and Prospects of US Hegemony
Field Of Study:Telecom Engineering
Project Supervisor:None
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2019-03-25 15:40:01
Last Update:2019-03-25 15:40:01
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Nana Tuffour
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User Id:4
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology University College
Course/Programme:Telecom Engineering
Member Status:Verified By School/Institution
Email Address:paultuffourb@yahoo.com
Registered On:2018-10-20 18:50:31
Last Update:2019-05-17 20:37:07
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Over the years, human endeavors had experienced series of growth and development attributed to information technology. The Nigeria technological education can further be advanced by engaging this information technology in monitoring the final year student project. It is a common phenomenon in higher institutions of learning that final year student’s projects are often managed in paper-pen system where most of these students lay their hands on already completed projects, and present the same to their supervisors without the knowledge of the same. This had caused so many duplications of projects words for words, year in, year out and laziness on the part of the students replicating work without originality. This trend contributed to the poor technological skills of graduates produced in many institutions today which invariably also impact on the society at large. In this research, a web- based student project duplication detection application software was developed to monitor projects that had been implemented before to enable supervisors detect repetitive projects and guide the student right to conduct original and unique projects that will advance the technological skill of the student as well as improve technological advancement of our great nation, Nigeria. The system was developed using HTML, JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) and PHP as the front-end while MySQL Structured Query Language was used as the back end.


Detail Information

Project Id:1000100504
Project Title:A Web Based Final Year Project Duplication Detection System
Field Of Study:Artificial Intelligence
Project Supervisor:None
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2019-03-25 15:53:14
Last Update:2019-03-25 15:53:14
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Mark Zuckerberg
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User Id:1000103006
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:Ghana Technology
Course/Programme:Artificial Intelligence
Member Status:Verified By School/Institution
Email Address:markzuckerberg721@gmail.com
Registered On:2019-02-07 21:03:57
Last Update:2019-06-25 11:47:21
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Abstract/Summary

This project tries to develop an online platform which facilitates the final year projects (FYP) process implemented by our information technology programme. The whole FYP is a year-long process involving groups of students and their supervisors to accomplish a theme based project. It is very necessary to employ the latest technologies in order to allow different parties to contribute and communicate more efficiently. Therefore, we have designed and developed a comprehensive web-based system to better support the three kinds of users; they are the FYP programme organizer (PO), project supervisors and the project group members. Before the academic year starts, PO will have to assign project topics according to the preferences and academic record of the formed project groups. This is a tedious and error prone task to manually complete the allocation of projects. The system is therefore useful to help PO to arrange project selection and allocation procedure, as well as helping the students to submit their preferences and group member information. During the academic year, the system would provide different functionalities for the PO to collect student’s assessments and markers’ scores via the submission and grading module. Project supervisors will also be able to employ the system for keep tracking the progress of the projects with the use of the project management tools, and online chat function. Both the students and supervisors will be benefited from these functionalities and allow the project to run more smoothly even face-to- face meetings are not held very frequently. Project group members themselves are provided with similar the effective communication tools to allow easy of discussion on project issues among members. Moreover, they can share resources about the project including source code and data files using our online repository


Detail Information

Project Id:1000100505
Project Title:Development of Project Management Systems for ITP
Field Of Study:Mathematics
Project Supervisor:None
Project Status:Not Approved
Published Date:2019-03-25 16:18:14
Last Update:2019-03-25 16:18:14
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Private Research Publications
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User Id:1000103009
Gender:Male
Nationality:Ghanaian
School/Institution:KNUST
Course/Programme:Mathematics
Member Status:Unverified By School/Institution
Email Address:researchpublications144@gmail.com
Registered On:2019-02-18 19:53:03
Last Update:2019-06-26 14:04:40
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