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    Design And Implementation Of A Computerized Documentation System Of Court Proceedings

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    CHAPTER ONE

    1.0 INTRODUCTION

    In a bid to solve their problems and make life less cumbersome have been evolving from one idea to another. They have tried many way to actualize their dreams. But unfortunately, there are little or no progress because they did not have the technologies to carry them through for technologically and scientifically they were but full of crude ideas.

    CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

    Statement of problem

    Purpose of the study

    Aims and objectives

    Scope of the study

    Limitation of research work

    Assumption

    Definition of terms

    CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

    CHAPTER THREE

    Description and analysis of the existing system

    Fact finding methods used

    Organisational structure

    Objective of the existing system

    Input, process, output analysis

    Information flow diagram

    Problem of the existing system

    Justification for the new system

    CHAPTER FOUR: DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM

    Output specification and design

    Input specification and design

    File design

    System flowchart

    System requirement

    Procedure chart

    CHAPTER FIVE: IMPLEMENTATION

    Program design

    Program flowchart

    Pseudocode

    Source program

    Test run

    CHAPTER SIX: DOCUMENTATION

    CHAPTER FIVE: RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION

    REFERENCES

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    DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTERIZED DOCUMENTATION SYSTEM OF COURT PROCEEDINGS

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER ONE:INTRODUCTION

    Statement of problem

    Purpose of the study

    Aims and objectives

    Scope of the study

    Limitation of research work

    Assumption

    Definition of terms

    CHAPTER TWO:LITERATURE REVIEW

    CHAPTER THREE

    Description and analysis of the existing system

    Fact finding methods used

    Organisational structure

    Objective of the existing system

    Input, process, output analysis

    Information flow diagram

    Problem of the existing system

    Justification for the new system

    CHAPTER FOUR: DESIGN OF THE NEW SYSTEM

    Output specification and design

    Input specification and design

    File design

    System flowchart

    System requirement

    Procedure chart

    Program flowchart

    Pseudocodes

    Source program

    Test run

    CHAPTER FIVE: RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION

    REFERENCES

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