Literature Review Various studies have emphasized the relationship between agriculture and food security, sustainable agriculture in LDCs, the contribution of agriculture in rural development, and nutrition and poverty. However, they do not expound on the role of agriculture in economic development. According to Diao et al. (2007), only agriculture has sufficient and reliable potential to… Continue reading The Development of Rural Economies Literature Review.
Results/Findings/Analysis Agriculture has been found the most influential factor in the building of the economy. For instance, in India, 28% of the economy comes from the agriculture side; agriculture produces the raw materials used in industries. In developing countries, most of their industries get their raw materials from local farms, hence adding up to improving… Continue reading The Development of Rural Economies Results.
Annotated Bibliography Source 1: Diao, X., Hazell, P. B., Resnick, D., & Thurlow, J. (2007). The role of agriculture in development: Implications for Sub-Saharan Africa (Vol. 153). Intl Food Policy Res Inst. Diao et al. (2007) researched the potential for smallholder agriculture to sustain economic growth within Sub-Saharan Africa. The researchers established that despite the… Continue reading The Development of Rural Economies Annotated Bibliography.
Benchmarking Formulation of Research Questions There are four research questions regarding the development of the application for the new system. Who are the primary users of the new mobile application? Which is the primary goal of the mobile application? What is the general aim of the project? What are the components of the mobile application?… Continue reading FAQS mobile application Benchmarking.
Proposed System Requirements Analysis Functional Requirements The application must work well in both iOS and Android for mobile devices to support it. The application must be able to accept more information as it grows with time. Performance and other Nonfunctional Requirements The application will store the contacts for the users to facilitate easy access. The… Continue reading FAQS mobile application System Requirements Analysis.
Existing System Architecture Existing System Functional Architecture (Process Map) Business Process Map The existing business process regarding appliance repair is complex and involves insecure platforms that expose user data to fraudsters and other potential attackers (Smith, 2017). In this case, appliance owners seek help from local repair dealers with minimal repair experience. As a result,… Continue reading FAQS mobile Application Existing System Architecture.
Alternative Flow Analysis The preconditions, names, actors, postconditions, descriptions, exceptions, alternative course, and normal course of each use case are outlined in the tables below. Use Case ID: UC-1 Use Case Name: Upload videos and conduct complex repairs Actor: Repair experts Description: Repair experts can repair broken appliances, and their skills will be… Continue reading FAQS mobile Application Alternative Flow Analysis.
Search for information and seek guidance Use Case ID: UC-3 Use Case Name: Prepare FAQs Actor: Appliance manufacturers Actor: Appliance manufacturers Description: Appliance manufacturers receive frequently-asked questions (FAQs) from their customers and store them, and will provide them as a resource through the mobile application. Preconditions: 1. Appliance manufacturers agree to… Continue reading FAQS mobile Application.
Implications for System Improvement The new application uses a combination of the existing model components to develop a system with higher performance compared to the previous one. Primarily, the new system is seeking to provide a solution to the current vulnerabilities and offers a potential solution to the key stakeholders (Rosner & Turner, 2016). While… Continue reading FAQS mobile Implications for System Improvement.