College for Professional Studies
MS Computer and Information Technology
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
The goal of this project was to deliver the design of object-oriented software for the control of a custom calibration/test system. This calibration/test system is to be used for the production testing and calibration of an Analog Input device used in a process control system. Software features include a GUI (Graphical User Interface), Analog Input device troubleshooting tools, calibration/test system calibration and troubleshooting tools, and report printing capability. This project followed the methodology defined by the Unified Process Model and delivered design documentation through the Inception and Elaboration phases. This paper discusses the planning, documentation and testing differences between a large software project and a small software project.
Date of Award
© Craig Rogers
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Rogers, Craig N., "Object-Oriented Design of an Automated Calibration System for an Analog I/O Process Control Device" (2006). All Regis University Theses. 267.