DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF A PERSONNAL COMPUTER TEMPERATION CONTROL SYSTEM

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DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF A PERSONNAL COMPUTER TEMPERATION CONTROL SYSTEM

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Department of Computer Science

ABSTRACT

Temperature determines the survival of all natural creatures and as well the operational fitness of all scientific invention, it is quite important to every aspect of human endeavor and its control is as important as the temperature itself.
This research work centers its study on temperature and its control with a view of designing and implementing a reliable computerized system that will automatically contribute in temperature control.
The new system will be able to automatically detect temperature within a  particular environment at a particular time and be able to give the desired output concerning the aim of its development.  The new system pivots its temperature on room temperature, controlling the regulation of the room air conditioning system for good up- keep of the habitants.  The new system can as well be used in other areas of temperature control by adjusting the target point of the design.
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Organization of work
Abstract
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0    INTRODUCTION

1.1    Statement of the problem
1.2    Purpose of the study
1.3    Aim and Objectives
1.4    Scope of study
1.5    Constraints
1.6    Assumption
1.7    Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO
2.0    Literature Review

CHAPTER THREE
3.0    Description and analysis of the existing system

3.1    Fact finding methods used
3.11    References to written document
3.1.2    Browsing of internet
3.2    Input, Process, Output analysis
3.2.1    Input, analysis
3.2.2    Input format
3.2.3    Process,  analysis
3.2.4    Output, analysis
3.2.5    Input format
3.3    Problem of the existing system
3.4    Objective of the existing system
3.5    Justification of the new existing system

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0    The design of the new system

4.1    Output specification and design
4.2    Input specification  and design
4.3    File design
4.4    File structure
4.5    Procedure chart
4.6    System flowchart
4.7    System requirement
4.71    Hardware requirement
4.72    Soft ware requirement
 
CHAPTER FIVE
5.0    Implementation

5.1    Program design
5.2    Pseudo code
5.3    Program flowchart

CHAPTER SIX
6.0    Documentation

6.1    Choice of language
6.2    Language introduction
6.3    Change over method

CHAPTER SEVEN
7.0    Conclusion

7.1    Recommendation
Bibliography

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