A Software Model Design for Examiner Personal Verification Systems


Nowadays the examiner personal verification system in most universities uses a comparing methodology to match a physical appearance of an examiner to a student ID card. This methodology is simple but it easily leads to an examination cheating. For instances, some students face has been changed during study but his/her student ID card is not up to date. Some student might hire another person to impersonate him for the examination. While some student may lost his/her student ID card or student ID card gets damaged. By these, it is inevitable for the proctors to face the above problems. This research paper proposes the examiner personal verification applied Biometric technology to the examiner personal verification by using fingerprint to confirm an identity. This paper intends to design a software model to solve the problem not specific to any university but in general. Therefore, the software model design is supposed to be the framework for developers to implement software for the university standard in the future. To develop a quality and acceptable software, the software model should be designed based on a software design standard to ensure that our model shall follow and meet a quality standard. This paper is designed a software model based on IEEE Standard for Information Technology Systems Design Software Design Descriptions (IEEE Std 1016TM-2009).

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Sethapong Wong-In, Rangsit University, Thailand
Paniti Netinant, Rangsit University, Thailand

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Conference: ACSET2016
Stream: Technology and Society: Computers, Technology & Society: IT Delivery

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