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  1. BSCE 2019
  2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  3. NUMBER  RESEARCH TITLE  RESEARCHERS
  4. 1   Automated Floor Cleaner Jhennel May G. Ellaga
  5. Lander R. Tejada
  6. Aldous T. Arquez
  7. 2   Development of Low – Cost Fish Dryer with
  8. Energy Harvester    Reymundo S. Cabral
  9. Aivan C. Miranda
  10. Nimuel D. Caballes
  11. 3   Automated and Manually Controlled Shoreline Garbage Cleaner with SMS Notification   John Mark M. Garcia
  12. Vincent G. Panaligan
  13. Antonette S. Lagan
  14. 4   Enhancement of Wireless Transmission of Power Using Magnetic Resonance  Kristel G. Apolinar
  15. Princess Zaira Z. Buen
  16. Jhon Carlo C. Umandal
  17. 5   Anti-Dirt Vacuum Mat Cleaner    Daryl Jay P. Beroya
  18. Princess P. Santiago
  19. Mac dowell G. Tubo
  20. 6   Automated Whiteboard Eraser With Fingerprint Scanner And Motion Sensor  Kris Anne B. Tamayo
  21. Alexis L. Dimalaluan
  22. Jinky T. Lagrisola
  23. 7   Motion-Triggered Switch Controller 2019 Ghey Brielle E. Ruiz
  24. Diosmeriz E. Riñon
  25. Trixia M. Cabasis
  26. 8   Intelligent Gloves For Mute And Deaf    John Charles B. Villavicencio
  27. Edward Peter L. Bernales Diane D. Gatdula
  28. 9   Smart Aquaponics Control And Monitoring System With SMS Notification    Darlene Niña D. Gatdula
  29. Jun Mark A. Bendicio
  30. Jerone M. Ranido
  31. 10  Green Trash Bin: Automatic Segregator With SMS Monitoring   Amiel John M. Ocampo
  32. Wesley Ian L. Donor
  33. Adrian E. Derain
  34. 11  Ocean Wave And Water Surface Current Monitoring System With SMS Notification And Stand-Alone Power Source   Maria Micaela Evangelista Jonson
  35. AmielGuevarraEvora
  36. 12  Semi-Automatic Taro Peeler And Slicer   Ralph Rigor Anchorez DiazAbegail Georgia Enano Jeffrey VergaraAgana
  37. 13  Solar Powered Semi-Automated Coffee Bean Roaster    James Albert Dela Cruz Elisterio
  38. Alyssa Mae MesinaAureMuamarMacabuat Imam
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  40. Code: BSCE 2019 Yellow Color   
  41. Number: 1-13 Maroon Hardbounds
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  43. BSCS 2019
  44. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  45.  
  46. NUMBER  RESEARCH TITLE  RESEARCHERS
  47. 1   Ala E-Sinsay: Intelligent Traveller Locator Using Landmark Detection Around Batangas With
  48. Budget Assistant    Neil Stephen G. Mortel,
  49. Paul John V. Verroya,
  50. Olivia A. Dime
  51. 2   I-Ligtas: A Mobile Game Application for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management for Filipinos    Danilo M. Apuhin Jr.,
  52. Nicole Anne A. Limjoco, Marydel R. Simyunn,
  53. Gerardo A. Herjas
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  55. Code: BSCS 2019 Yellow Color
  56. Number: 1-2MaronHardbounds
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  82. BSIT2019
  83. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  84. NUMBER  RESEARCH TITLE  RESEARCHERS
  85. 1   NOTETECHY: An Innovative Software Application For Creating Notes Utilizing Optical Character Recognition And Sharing Notes Via
  86. E-Mail And or Code  Rossana D. Cañete,
  87. Brix P. Abreu,
  88. Joy Ann T. Conocido,
  89. Bryan G. Caseserano
  90. 2   TIRA-HUNT: House Rental Assistance System Using Location-Aware Technology   JaymeeMontealegre, RegielynSamontañez,
  91. Lester TeodoroViolante
  92. 3   EM&MM: An Android Based Multi-Subject
  93. Enhancer For Grade 1 Pupils Nikki D. Endozo,
  94. Shyra C. Hernandez,
  95. Joven Jacob B. Necor
  96. 4   ASSESSME: A Feedback And Monitoring Tool To Measure Effectiveness Of Classroom Instruction in Batangas State University ARASOF - Nasugbu    Jade M. Dacillo,
  97. Ian Ireneo M. Oropesa JR.,
  98. Jenelle M. Dacillo,
  99. Cendy B. Camilon
  100. 5   CSS Droid: An Android-Based Computer System Servicing
  101. With Virtual Computer Hardware Assembly Elton A. Rondero,
  102. Robin L.Villaruel.
  103. Adrian Florence C. Lopez, Jamaica B. Lagus
  104. 6   E - BENTA: An Application for swapping, buying
  105. and Selling Items   Meriam B. Dastas,
  106. Ethel J. Nioko,
  107. Gilbert Bryan R. Simon,
  108. Nicole V. Rol
  109. 7   NASUGBU GUIDE: An Online Tourist Guide Application  John Paul P. Zapata,
  110. Edcel R. Panganiban,
  111. James Daniel A. Rendon,
  112. Edgar D. Buno
  113. 8   ALA-EH MENU: A Web And Mobile Based Online Food Ordering System     Aime D. Granados,
  114. Jaymar B. Enconado,
  115. Reynabeth M. Balboa, Aicamelle M. Alday
  116. 9   The Adventure (Nasugbu In Mobile Game)  Jay r A. Raman,
  117. Rechelle J. Villanueva,
  118.  Jamaica S. Vicente,
  119. Loraine Mae T. Jazmin
  120. 10   Smart Door Lock Access With Android Application    Alain Red P. Tumbaga,
  121. Ralph Laurence S. Ayson,
  122. Allen Josh L. Misenas,
  123. Michelle R. Sison
  124. 11  Joan: Job Outsourcing Application For
  125. Non-Office Workers of Nasugbu   Donminick P. Bautista, Lyeweleen A. Gutierrez, Franciso A. Avejero
  126. 12  Tara: Tracking And Routing Application For PUV Drivers And Commuters With GPS Locator   Mark Gio D. Bautista,
  127. John Paul Julls H. Inciong,
  128. Michelle R. Sobrado
  129. 13  Android Based First Aid And Basic Life Support Tutorial With GPS Technology Princess Nicole B. Calingasan,
  130. Hazell Ann G. Eleponga, Joshua T. Villaviray
  131. 14  BMAMS: Bus Monitoring And Management System Jhennie Mae E. Panaligan,
  132. Carnyl R. Apasan,
  133. Angelica L. Gomez
  134. 15  Online Newspaper For BATSTATEU ARASOF-NASUGBU Student Publication Office    Anthony C. Derain, Christian Elbert B. Serrano,
  135. Mark B. Villafranca,
  136. Marjilane U. Ruiz
  137. 16  Capstone Project: Web App Scheduling And Grading System
  138. With SMS Notification   Edcel John C. Samontanez,
  139. JenicaNiela S. Cadete,
  140. Jing JingKatipunan
  141. 17  ALUMNI-KONEK: An Alumni Management And Tracer System For
  142. BATSTATEU ARASOF - NASUGBU  Caren E. Carandang,
  143. Jericho L. Cosico,
  144. Camil Joy E. Rico
  145. 18  PAMBATA: PINOY Android Mobile Based
  146. Traditional Application John Malvin B. Ravela, Princess G. De Jesus,
  147. Shyla V. Lubugan,
  148. Gil Matthew C. Peña
  149. 19  Quick Quiz: A Quiz Management Application For Instructors And Students With
  150. Test Item Analysis  Cyrene Jean T. Apostol, Jeremy G. Ayo,
  151. Geraldine Victoria H. Bonifacio, John Kate Laurence Mercado
  152. 20  Learning Management System for Pantalan
  153. Senior High School  Axle Heinrich C. Ramos,
  154. Shyla B. Catibog,
  155. Aramina B. Soreta
  156. 21  Medical Inventory And Patient Information System
  157. For OspitalngNasugbu    Arvie S. Paglicawan,
  158. Ana Diana F. Angelio, Sherwin Dave F. Atie
  159. 22  BATSTATEU ICT Maintenance Monitoring System Marlou J. Cabingan, Albert Steve V. Rañola,
  160. Noel B. Catapang
  161. 23  LARO (Learn And Review Online): A Mobile Game For
  162. PHILNITS It Passport Examination    Trixie C. Panganiban, Arramina L. Aguilar,
  163. Dyya B. Celo,
  164. Dan Martin P.  Masusi
  165. 24  BATSTATEU – ARASOF Management Information System
  166. For Student Organizations And Activities
  167. Volume 1 And 2  Jayson D. Contreras,
  168. John Lloyd V. Dela Vega,
  169. Zaira G. San Jose
  170.  
  171. 25  Irate: Faculty Performance and Events
  172. Evaluation System
  173. Volume 1 And 2  Jay-Cee Lawrence Manuel,
  174. Nicole Ann C. Macalaguim,
  175. Lawrenze G. Abellera
  176. 26  SUNDO: Service And Utility Vehicle in Nasugbu;
  177. A Door-To-Door Online Ride-Hailing Application
  178. Volume 1 And 2  Judith D. De Los Reyes, Justine M. Roncales,
  179. Mary Jane I. Reyes,
  180. Trisha M. Bausas
  181. 27  A - TNT: Automated Generation of Examination With Table of Specification Utilizing Natural
  182. Language Processing And Text Blob
  183. Volume 1 And 2  Jason C. Magsino, Marry Grace G. DelaMarcaMarriella M. Bautista
  184. 28  OB- GYNE CLINIC Management System With Mobile Based Pregnancy Support Application
  185. Volume 1 And 2  Mark Christian S. Maquinez, Ericka Joy N. Manalo
  186. Vincent Alexander P. Vergara,  Reyster Mercado
  187. 29  Discrete Mathematics
  188. Quiz Game   Jayson P. Martisano
  189. Mark joseph D.Salgado
  190. Christian N. Cabasi
  191. Jackielyn B. Esteron
  192. 30  ISO Quality Monitoring And Management System    N-Jay R. Guerta
  193. Joemar S. Apat
  194. Denmark C. Madrid
  195. KhimLynnard B. Felicisimo
  196. 31  Android-Based St. Francis Xavier Reservation System With E-Live Francine keavy P. Gerona
  197. NickeyShene C. Rosales
  198. Winielyn M. Palima
  199. 32  Tarck – It: A Chat Messaging Tracking APP Using Gps   John Lester B. Dimapilis
  200. Jefferson I. Ayopela
  201. Warren L. Ilagan
  202. 33  PEDIACARE: A Pediatrician Information System
  203. With Real-Time  Queue Monitoring System Jenna Mei D. Ignacio
  204. Jay A. Campomanes
  205. Aljon R. Penales
  206. 34  Web And Mobile-Based Score Tabulation
  207. System For Contests / Competitions In
  208.  BATSTATEU ARASOF-Nasugbu   Patrick Kent M. Delacruz
  209. John Christian A. Casas
  210. Mark francis L. Jonson
  211. Jeremy kyle B. Delos reyes
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  213. Code: BSIT 2019 Yellow Color
  214. Number: 1-34 Maroon Hardbounds
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  224. ISO Quality Objectives Monitoring and
  225. Management System
  226. N-Jay R. Guerta, Joemar S. Apat, Denmark C. Madrid
  227. KhimLynnard B. Felicisimo
  228. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  229. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  230. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  231. 2019
  232. RATIONALE
  233. ISO Quality Objectives Monitoring and Management System will simplify the work of the user. This study aims to develop a system that collects data in academic departments. User will be able to gather, print and submit data with the help of the system through the internet.
  234. OBJECTIVES
  235. The study aimed to give solution to the problem faced by the academic personnel here in Batangas State University ARASOF Nasugbu. In terms of ISO quality objectives monitoring specifically, the study sought to answer the following questions: (1 late submission of monthly monitoring reports, (2) time consuming in taking and gathering data (3) time consuming in gathering and updating monthly reports and (4) too much paper we’re used in gathering data.
  236. METHODOLOGY
  237. For this study, agile method is used. Agile development methodologies are a set of approaches to software development that share common philosophy but are sharply distinguished in the details of their implementation. Agile method is consisting of Plan, Build, Launch and Feedback. In this study, the plan phase is the stage where basic decisions for the creation of the game are made.
  238. RESULTS
  239. The researchers found that the developed system if used and implemented can resolved the following: late submission of monthly monitoring reports, time consuming in taking and gathering data, time consuming in gathering and updating monthly reports and too much paper we’re used in gathering data the developed ISO Quality Objective Monitoring and Management system was Moderately Acceptable graded by all deans, secretaries and ISO coordinator. After evaluation the developed system has a combined weighted mean of 4.00 in functionality, 3.81 in reliability, 3.86 in usability, 3.71 in accuracy and 4.29 in security which defined as moderate acceptable. For satisfaction the evaluation result with combined weighted mean of 3.64 in functionality, 3.57 in reliability, 3.79 in usability and  accuracy with 3.71 and verbal  interpretation  of moderately satisfied  however, it was moderately satisfied in terms of security.
  240. CONCLUSIONS
  241. The researchers have several conclusions and observations during the development of “ISO Quality Objectives Monitoring and Management System”. From the findings of the study, the following conclusions are drawn: The researchers conclude that the developed system if used and implemented can resolved the following: late submission of monthly monitoring reports, time consuming in taking and gathering data, time consuming in gathering and updating monthly reports and too much paper we’re used in gathering data. In terms of level of acceptability, the developed ISO Quality Objective Monitoring and Management system satisfies the deans, secretaries and ISO coordinator in terms of the features that the system can do. Furthermore the developed ISO Quality Objective Monitoring and Management system can be used with ease and manageable. Due to its moderate satisfied rating in the level of satisfaction, the developed web based system meets the desired features for the deans secretary the researchers conclude that the respondents are satisfied to researchers’ study.
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  249. KEYWORDS: ISO Quality Objectives, Monitoring, Academics, System, Web-based
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  252. PEDIACARE: A Pediatrician Information System with Real-Time Queue Monitoring System
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  254. Jenna Mei D. Ignacio, Jay A. Campomanes, Aljon R. Penales
  255. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  256. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  257. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  258. 2019
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  261. RATIONALE
  262. Good health is a vital handling stress and living a long and active life. Health can be defined as physical, mental and social wellbeing and as a resource for living a full life. It refers not only on disease, but the ability to recover from illness. Using pediacare system has changed the way pediatrician, clinic staff and parents in record keeping, communication and in appointing. In addition, pediacare include real-time queue monitoring system. With these in mind, the researchers came up with the idea of “Pediacare: A Pediatrician Information System with Real-Time Queue Monitoring System”. This system would be beneficial to the paediatrician, clinic staff and parents to improve the data handling, deleting, updating, retrieving data and remove the various problem that pediatric clinic and parents encountered.
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  264. OBJECTIVES
  265. The study aimed to develop a Pediacare: A Pediatrician Information System with Real-Time Queue Monitoring System. Specifically, the study attempted to answers the following questions: (1.) What are the most common problems of pediatric clinics on the existing system, (2.) What are the most common problems encountered by parents in the existing system, (3.) What is the level of acceptability of the proposed system, (4.) What is the level of satisfaction of the pediatric clinic on the proposed system and (5.) What is the level of satisfaction of the parents on the proposed system?
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  267. METHODOLOGY
  268. The researchers used the descriptive research design method and Agile method to make the development process of the study efficiently. The researchers compared the existing system and the proposed system by using a questionnaire to measure its acceptability and level of satisfaction. The researchers used weighted mean to measure the average of the gathered data and information of the developed system. To minimize the population, the researchers used purposive sampling and random sampling.
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  270. RESULTS
  271. The following findings have been established: (a) the pediatrician, clinic staff and parents are convinced that the developed system performs its intended functions and very useful for them. It saves time and money that the parents consume in setting an appointment because instead of going to clinic personally, they will set an appointment thru this system. It has a user friendly process and is very simple to use, and ensures the safety of pediatrician patients information. (b) Based on the evaluation on the developed system, the pediatrician were extremely satisfied. (c) The researchers discovered that the pediatrician, clinic staff and parents were also satisfied to the way of process of the developed system.
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  273. CONCLUSIONS
  274. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers concluded that the developed system is easy to use, faster and convenient. Thus, that the developed system was proven to be more efficient, secured and effective than the existing system. Therefore, the features of the developed system will be a big help for the pediatrician, clinic staff and parents when it comes to appointment and scheduling, record management, updating patient’s records, setting an appointment and queue monitoring.
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  291. KEYWORDS
  292. queue monitoring, Baby Book, appointment, inventory, pediatrician, clinic staff
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  295. Track-IT: A Chat Messaging Tracking app using GPS
  296.  Jefferson I. Ayopela, John Lester B. Dimapilis, Warren L. Ilagan
  297. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  298. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  299. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  300. 2019
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  304. RATIONALE
  305. In order for the system to be built up, the system underwent different processes that Users and Chatmate would benefit through this application. The users can send a real-time message and locate chatmate’s position utilizing Global Positioning System and standard Android technology. This system includes a mobile application technology including Google Maps, Mobile Data and Location Services. The user and chatmate can also change their profile picture and status information that will be determine in their profile account.The application allows the users and chatmate to view the current position marker, polyline on Google Maps and calculates the coordinates of latitude and longitude.
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  307. OBJECTIVES
  308. The Track-IT: A Chat Messaging Tracking app using GPS, as it main purpose will be able to track the location of the said application users programmatically. It would be a good basis in terms of trust, including for the couples, this application fits for all kinds of user, The Track-IT app comes up with a Chat Messaging and tracking capability, the user can update their profile photo, status and the user or chatmate can send any images while their chatting.
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  310. METHODOLOGY
  311. The researchers used the Extreme Programming Model Life Cycle as the framework in developing and finishing the project. This process was made of seven phases these includes Release Plan, Iteration Plan, Acceptance Test, Stand up Meeting, Pair Negotiation, Unit Test, Pair Programming and Code. Every XP project has a number of phases that lead it from the beginning till its completion. The researchers will use purposive sampling to obtain the sample size of the users. The researchers will also prepare questionnaires for the respondents to evaluate the proposed application. For getting the sample size for students, the researchers will use Slovin’s formula.
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  313. RESULTS
  314. The findings revealed that the developed system was highly acceptable in terms of efficiency, reliability, security, user-friendliness and effectiveness. For the level of satisfaction, the respondents are highly satisfied in terms of functionality, usability and portability. For the suggestions of the respondents, majority suggested to consider of lost phone tracker with the total frequency of 62, second is the integration of radius around the point of map with the total frequency of 46, third is the push notification of two current marker on Google Map with the total frequency of 36 and lastly the integration of encrypted messages for security with the total frequency of 28.
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  316. CONCLUSION
  317. In accordance to the findings the app was successfully developed and covered the needs of its intended users, the respondents were highly acceptable with the features of the developed application and agreed that the system was efficiency, reliability, security, user-friendliness and effectiveness. It satisfied the requirements expected by the respondents and can be a good application in easily evaluating of its functionality, usability and portability. However, integration of suggested features are necessary in order to provide a complete system for providing more features to enhance the application.
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  319. KEYWORDS
  320. Chat Messaging, Tracking Application, Global Positioning System, Real-time, Google Map
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  332. Web and Mobile – Based Score Tabulation System
  333. forContests/ Competitions in BatStateU
  334. ARASOF - Nasugbu
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  336. Patrick Kent M. Dela Cruz, John Christian A. Casas,
  337. Mark Francis L. Jonson, Jeremy Kyle B. Delos Reyes
  338. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  339. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  340. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  341. 2019
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  344. RATIONALE              
  345. The study is about a Web and Mobile – Based System that will address the common problems encountered by the faculty-in-charge in Batangas State University ARASOF – Nasugbu. Currently, the existing system uses manual procedures. For this reason, the researchers designed a Web and Mobile – Based Score Tabulation System for Contests/ Competitions in BatStateU ARASOF - Nasugbu. After the evaluation of the developed system, it signifies that the respondents agree on its effectiveness.
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  347. OBJECTIVES             
  348. This study aims to develop Web and Mobile – Based Score Tabulation System for Contests/ Competitions in BatStateU ARASOF – Nasugbu that will help the faculty-in-charge to the event. It also aims to help to manage the processes easier than the existing system they used before, and to have better safety of data to avoid miscalculation and loss of data.
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  350. METHODOLOGY            
  351. The incremental build model is a method of software development where the product is designed, implemented and tested incrementally (a little more is added each time) until the product is finished. It involves both development and maintenance. The product is defined as finished when it satisfies all of its requirements. This model combines the elements of the waterfall model with the iterative philosophy of prototyping.
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  353. RESULTS            
  354. The following findings have been established: (1) Hand writing of some judges are not legible is found to be a moderate problem encountered in the current system; (2) the evaluation of faculty to the developed system is Very Good; (3) the evaluation of Head in Cultural to the developed system is Highly Acceptable; and (4) the evaluation of judge on Level of satisfaction y on the developed system is Very Satisfied.
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  356. CONCLUSIONS                
  357. According to the findings of the study, the respondents encountered problems in tabulating events using the manual system or process and cannot fully support the needs of the existing process. The level of acceptance of the tabulators in the proposed system in terms of effectiveness, reliability and user- friendliness can be helpful because it lessens the problem encountered in the manual system. With high acceptability of the head of the cultural office, the system is a better alternative for use during different events. The developed system improves the effectiveness, reliability and user-friendliness that can be helpful when organizing an event.
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  376. KEYWORDS                   
  377. Score Tabulation System, Incremental Model, Web and Mobile, Tabulation System, Nasugbu
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  381. e-Monitor: A Web-Based Monitoring System for Tracking the Progress of Capstone Projects in the College of Engineering
  382. and Computing Sciences
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  384. Christian C. Bayoneto, Sarah Jane M. Mendoza, Maureen L. Pesigan
  385. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  386. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  387. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  388. 2019
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  390. RATIONALE
  391. The college dean / associate dean, program chair / department chairs, faculty, research coordinators and student researchers are still using the manual process of monitoring the progress of capstone project of each project teams which consume a lot of time and effort. By using the developed system, e-Monitor, the said users can instantly monitors the status of the project team with regards to the capstone projects. The research coordinator can create a class where the system automatically gives a unique code to every creation made which will be needed before the student registration process. Moreover, the system can help the specific users to track what checklists did the project team accomplished and needed to be done. It can also be a great help to the student researchers where they can stay connected with their thesis advisers as the system provides a chat feature.
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  393. OBJECTIVES
  394. This study aimed to help the college dean / associate dean, program chair / department chairs, faculty, research coordinators and student researchers in monitoring each activity of each team members. In addition, the parents of those who are taking a research subject can monitor the progress of their children on the subject matter through the SMS notification. The system also includes an SMS feature which can be a tool for notifying the respondents on some specific process such as when researchers request for the approval of their thesis adviser.
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  396. METHODOLOGY
  397. The researchers used a descriptive survey method and designed a survey questionnaire as one of the data collection instrument for this study which is distributed to the respondents. The feature-driven development is used for the development of the system “e-Monitor: A Web-Based Monitoring System for Tracking the Progress of Capstone Projects in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences”. This methodology is composed of five phases which includes Develop an Overall Model, Build a Features List, Plan by Feature, Design by Feature, and Build by Feature.
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  399. RESULTS
  400. The following findings are based on the gathered data where the most issues and challenges that is being encountered by the college dean / associate dean, program chair / department chairs, faculty, research coordinators and student researchers in terms of monitoring the activities and progress of the student researchers is that it is done manually and time-consuming. The respondents have been evaluated the developed system as highly acceptable and strongly agree on the features / modules presented in the questionnaire.
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  402. CONCLUSIONS
  403. The researchers can therefore conclude that there is a need of a tool for fast tracking of the progress of capstone project, assigning of panel members in each project team and in the selection of thesis adviser.
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  419. KEYWORDS
  420. Checklist, SMS,Chat,Feature-driven Development, Capstone Project
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  424. DISCRETE MATHEMATICS QUIZ GAME
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  426. Jayson P. Martisano, Mark Joseph D. Salgado, Jackielyn B. Esteron, Christian N. Cabasi
  427. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  428. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  429. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  430. 2019
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  433. RATIONALE
  434. Discrete Mathematics Quiz Games is a kind of application that works through offline. This study is to simplify on how to calculate discrete mathematics. The user will be able to understand more about this subject through this application.
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  436. OBJECTIVES
  437. In this study, this kind of application gives solution to those student or user that is hard to understand Discrete Mathematics. The objectives are to increase this student interest in the discrete mathematics subject and also to enhance their knowledge about this quiz games.
  438.  
  439. METHODOLOGY
  440. In this study, agile methodology is used. Agile development methods rely in incremental approaches for software development. They are best suited to application development where the system requirements usually change rapidly during the development process.
  441.  
  442. RESULTS
  443. The researcher found that the applications that develop were useful to them. They enhance academic knowledge regarding the subject discrete mathematics. This quiz games based on curricular subject can be an effective tool to increase interest and motivation and enhance learning is establish beyond doubt.
  444.  
  445. CONCLUSIONS
  446. Base from  the observation and result of the feedback analysis that Discrete mathematics Quiz game help the students in making learning interest experience, in creating interest  in the subject discrete mathematics and increase desire for learning more and more about discrete math. In this application helps also the teacher or faculty member to assess the student performance and also helps in getting feedback about teaching methods, students’ knowledge and helps to improve the teaching lesson of the entire teacher. Discrete mathematics quiz game is a wonderful academic activity for learning discrete. It is a excellent opportunity and platform to the student to share knowledge. By looking at the feedback of student, the Discrete Mathematics Quiz Game must encourage and support the subject Discrete Mathematics by using this application.
  447.  
  448.  
  449.  
  450.  
  451.  
  452.  
  453.  
  454.  
  455.  
  456.  
  457.  
  458. KEYWORD
  459. Android, Quiz, Discrete mathematics, mobile application, game
  460.  
  461. ALA E-SINSAY: INTELLIGENT TRAVELLER LOCATOR USING LANDMARK DETECTION AROUND BATANGAS WITH
  462. BUDGET ASSISTANT
  463. Neil Stephen G. Mortel, Paul John V. Verroya, Olivia A. Dime
  464. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  465. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science,
  466. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  467. 2019
  468.  
  469. RATIONALE
  470. The study is about an Android Application that will address the common problems encountered by travellers during a travel. Currently, the travel guides available online do not provide budget computation and feature of landmark detection. For this reason, the researchers designed an Intelligent Traveller Locator. After the evaluation of the developed application, it signifies that the respondents strongly agree on its effectiveness.
  471. OBJECTIVES
  472. This study aims to develop Ala E-Sinsay: Intelligent Traveller Locator using Landmark Detection around Batangas with Budget Assistant that will aid the travellers during their travel. It also aims to provide the traveller his accurate location, help him track and monitor his expenses and detect the landmarks in their uploaded picture.
  473.  
  474. METHODOLOGY
  475. The methodology used in this study is Agile Development. This model is an organized procedure that consists of six phases, Requirements, Plan, Design, Develop, Release and Tracking & Monitoring. Through the survey, application evaluation, and interview all the necessary information were gathered for the completion of this study. All data and information collected were analyzed and validated based on the objectives of the study. Participants of the study were composed of 100 respondents in which are randomly selected.
  476.  
  477. RESULTS
  478. The following findings have been established: (1) travel guides available online do not provide budget computation which ranked the highest as the most common problem encountered during a travel (2) the evaluation of the respondents on level of acceptability on the developed application is Highly Acceptable; and (3) the evaluation of the respondents on the level of accuracy on the developed application is Highly Accurate.
  479. CONCLUSIONS
  480. According to the findings of the study, travel guides available online or on print do not provide budget computation. It is because the travel guides do not provide the traveller with his own itinerary to record his expenses and arrange his schedule. Likewise, the existing system cannot fully support the needs of the users in terms of travelling and travel budget allocation. Based on the results, given the functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency and design, the respondents are extremely satisfied to the features and functionalities they tested. Based on the results, given the terms of locating the traveller, landmark detection, financial budgeting and data accuracy, the respondents rated the application as highly accurate. The application with its features is very helpful for its expected usage.
  481.  
  482.  
  483.  
  484.  
  485. KEYWORDS
  486. Ala E-Sinsay, Android, Agile, Traveller
  487. i-LIGTAS: A MOBILE GAME APPLICATION FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND MANAGEMENT FOR FILIPINOS
  488. Danilo M. Apuhin Jr., Nicole Anne A. Limjoco, Marydel R. Simyunn,
  489. Gerardo A. Herjas
  490. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  491. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  492. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  493. 2019
  494.  
  495. RATIONALE
  496. The study is about the mobile application that will give users an entertainment and knowledge about the different disaster. The uniqueness of the developed game is that users will help them to develop their skills in surviving, users can call emergency hotline in just one click, and they can enjoy the question and answer and watch mini clips while learning something. As the results of evaluation, respondents agreed that the developed application will be helpful, can function clearly, and can disseminate enough information.  
  497.  
  498. OBJECTIVES
  499. This study entitled, “i-Ligtas: A Mobile Game Application for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management for Filipinos” aims to developed an application that will entertain users and teach about the different disaster. The objective of this application is to help the users to call for help in times of calamities and learn strategies on how to escape in every situation in different disaster.
  500.  
  501. METHODOLOGY
  502. The researchers used the Spiral Method for creating and designing the game entitled, "i-Ligtas: A Mobile Game Application for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management for Filipinos." The researchers will start gathering the business requirements. Then the planning, risk analysis, engineering, and evaluation steps as the system concludes, and the system requirements are all done in this phase.
  503.  
  504. RESULTS
  505. The following findings have been established:(1) the evaluation of the respondents on level of awareness regarding the disasters happening in their area in terms of Typhoon, Earthquake and Landslide, are Extremely Aware and in terms of flood is Moderately Aware (2) in the evaluation of the respondents on level of acceptability on the developed system in terms of Usability and Functionality is Perfectly Acceptable and in terms of Reliability is Slightly Acceptable (3) the evaluation of the respondents on level of satisfaction on the developed system in terms Information, Communication and Content Integrity are Extremely Satisfied.
  506.  
  507. CONCLUSIONS
  508. According to the findings of the study, In terms of information dissemination respondents are extremely satisfied in level of satisfaction in the statement that the application is portable and can be downloaded and shared to anyone so they may be informed about the different calamities in the Philippines. And also, respondents are extremely satisfied in the statement that the game provides accurate and valuable information about each disaster. In the third statement of the parameter information dissemination, the respondents’ level of satisfaction is extremely satisfied that the game provides enough information on how to prepare for the upcoming disaster.  
  509.  
  510.  
  511.  
  512.  
  513.  
  514.  
  515.  
  516.  
  517. KEYWORDS
  518. i-Ligtas, Android, Spiral, Disaster
  519. BILINGUAL FEEDBACK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR FRONTLINE SERVICES WITH SENTIMENT ANALYSIS USING
  520. NAÏVE-BAYES ALGORITHM
  521. Bill Jericko C. Mercado, Jeremy P. Agcaoili, Rebecca P. Piliin
  522. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  523. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science,
  524. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  525. 2019
  526.  
  527.  
  528. RATIONALE
  529. Customers’ feedbacks were very important in the BatStateU’s frontline services as it helps to improve the quality of service that the university aimed for. By using the existing feedback management system, most of the customers especially students lose their interest to leave some feedbacks. By using the developed feedback management system, the BatStateU’s frontline services will received more reliable feedbacks from their customers to improve their service and the ISO Focal Person together with the ISO Coordinators will lessen their workloads as most of their feedback-relating jobs are handled and executed by the system.
  530.  
  531. OBJECTIVES
  532. The study aimed to develop and evaluate a feedback management system that will aid the existing feedback management system in the BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu. It aimed to help the customers to have a simple yet efficient feedback mechanism tool for them to evaluate the offices they have visited. It also aimed to help the ISO Focal Person and ISO Coordinators in performing statistical analysis of the customer satisfaction rate of every office, feedback collection and generation and distribution to every reports.
  533.  
  534. METHODOLOGY
  535. The study adopted the incremental software development model as the software methodology, wherein it delivers a series of releases, called increments, provide progressively more functionality for the customer as each increment is delivered. All data were elicited from the major users of the system and were analyzed by validating each data with the system requirements and specifications.
  536.  
  537. RESULTS
  538. The following findings have been established: a. 1. Customer respondents evaluated “feeling awkward writing feedback in public” as the biggest problem that they have encountered using the existing system. ISO Coordinator and Office Heads branded the “monitoring of their monthly performance being challenging” as their major encountered problem using the existing system. 2.The result of the technical software quality assurance evaluation to the whole system was Passed. 3.The evaluation of the ISO Focal Person, ISO Coordinator and Office Heads to the effectiveness of the developed system gained a respectable rating. The developed system got a Strongly Agree results. 4.The evaluation of the customer respondents relative to the developed mobile and web application got a remarkable rating and a Strongly Agree results. 5. Majority of the respondents suggested the integration of mobile applications that supports iOS devices.
  539.  
  540. CONCLUSIONS
  541. In accordance with the findings of the study, the existing system produces moderate to minor problems. Likewise, the said problems were resolved by the developed system as it was proven to be effective in terms of feedback collection, feedback analysis, report generation and customer’s information privacy. The developed system was ready to be implemented in the university as it was confirmed to be fully-functional.
  542.  
  543.  
  544.  
  545.  
  546.  
  547.  
  548.  
  549.  
  550.  
  551.  
  552. KEYWORDS
  553. Feedback management system, Sentiment Analysis, Naïve-Bayes Algorithm
  554.  
  555. NOTETECHY: AN INNOVATIVE SOFTWARE APPLICATION FOR CREATING NOTES UTILIZING OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION AND SHARING NOTES VIA
  556. E-MAIL AND QR CODE
  557. Rossana D. Cañete, Brix P. Abreu, Joy Ann T. Conocido, Bryan G. Caseserano
  558. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  559. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  560. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  561. 2019
  562.  
  563. RATIONALE
  564. Every student needs to study their lectures to be able to pass a certain subject. There are so many ways on studying, it can be through reading, memorizing or even doing it in actual for them to be familiarize on what they were studying. Many schools were implementing modern technology in their curriculum, almost every class were using technological devices to improve the learning abilities of the students. Since technology is arising nowadays there were so many technologies that the students can use in order to help them study. OCR (Optical Character Recognition) is the recognition of printed or written text characters by a computer. And with the used of OCR, the researchers developed a system wherein the user should be able to create notes utilizing the OCR technology and share their notes with the use of E-Mailing and Quick Response Code.
  565.  
  566. OBJECTIVES
  567. The study aims to develop an application that utilize Optical Character Recognition technology in scanning the printed and projected text. The specific objective of this study is to determine: (1) the problems encountered on the existing process of notetaking; (2) level of acceptability of the developed system in terms of its notetaking, text scanning, note sharing and online collaboration; (3) level of satisfaction of the developed system in terms of its user interface, ease of use and note synchronization; (4) level of conformity to ISO 9126 of the developed system in terms of its functionality, portability and reliability; and (5) level of reliability of the text scanner feature of the developed system in terms of its font size, font style and camera resolution.
  568.  
  569. METHODOLOGY
  570. The researchers used the Incremental Build Life Cycle Model wherein the developed system should be able to adapt to changes even during the development phase. The researchers also used the Likert scale for the computation of the Level of Acceptability, Satisfaction and Conformity of the developed system. The researchers also tested and evaluated the capability of the developed system's text scanner in scanning the text from an image considering the font size, style and camera resolution, and for the researchers to get if the result was reliable or not they adopted the computation of VentzislavAlexandrov for the Global reliability of the text scanner.
  571.  
  572. RESULTS
  573. The following findings have been established: (1) the problems encountered by the students while taking down notes was the Lack of time; (2) the evaluation of the respondents on level of acceptability on the developed system is Highly Acceptable; and (3) in the evaluation on the developed system, the respondents were Strongly Satisfied: (4) the evaluation of the respondents on the level of conformity of the developed system with regards to ISO 9126 is Highly Conforms: and (5) the testing of the researchers for the level of reliability of the developed system has results that are not less than to 99%.
  574.  
  575. CONCLUSIONS
  576. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers concluded that there are many different problems that the students are experiencing during taking down notes that's why the researcher’s developed system can be used by the students as well as the teachers, since the result of the evaluation was Highly Satisfied, Highly Satisfied and Highly Conforms to ISO 9126. Lastly, the font size, style, right light ambiance and camera angle should be considered when capturing both printed and projected text using the developed system's text scanner to have a reliable result.
  577.  
  578. KEYWORDS:
  579. Optical Character Recognition, E-Mail, QR Code, ISO 9126.
  580. TIRA-HUNT: HOUSE RENTAL ASSISTANCE SYSTEM USING LOCATION-AWARE TECHNOLOGY
  581. JaymeeMontealegre, RegielynSamontañez, Lester TeodoroViolante
  582. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  583. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  584. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  585. 2019
  586.  
  587. RATIONALE
  588. The tenants have still used a traditional way in searching a house rental by asking around in the place where the tenants want to live and the landlords post the house rental through tarpaulins. By using the developed system, the landlords can post the house rental in mobile application and the tenants can easily find a house rental. Also, the developed system can provide a direction of the house rental through Google Maps. Moreover, the system can help the tenants in choosing a house rental because of the feature that can search through the criteria or preference and can view the rates and feedback. Lastly, the developed system gives advantages to the landlords for providing advertisement in the business.
  589.  
  590. OBJECTIVES
  591. The study aimed to assist both tenants and landlords in searching and managing house rental. Allowing the tenants in searching a house rental with a filter that will suit to the preference or criteria and giving direction from current location to the house rental. Let the landlords to promote house rental and increase more income. To be able to have a communication between the tenants and landlords.
  592.  
  593. METHODOLOGY
  594. The researchers used the feature-driven development for the development of the Tira-Hunt: House Rental Assistance System Using Location-Aware Technology is a system that starts off evolved with high level planning to define the scope of the assignment, which then strikes into incremental supply. Every increment of delivery includes a design segment and an implementation section. The scope of each increment is a single characteristic and defines the overall scope of the task on the commencing but does now not define the small print.
  595.  
  596. RESULTS
  597. The following findings are based on the gathered data; the most common way of searching house rental is asking around. The challenges or problems being encountered in finding a house rental in terms of location is not familiar with the place of the house rentals, in price is payment rules have huge deposits and in criteria or preference is the amenities offered by each house rentals like car garage. The respondents have been evaluated the developed system as highly acceptable and highly satisfied.
  598.  
  599. CONCLUSIONS
  600. In accordance to the findings of the study, the manual process of searching and managing a house rental cannot support the needs of the tenants and landlords and needs improvement to provide more functional, reliable, usable and secured service. Likewise, the developed system was confirmed useful, acceptable and satisfiable based on the evaluation of the respondents.
  601.  
  602.  
  603.  
  604.  
  605.  
  606.  
  607.  
  608.  
  609. KEYWORDS
  610. House Rental, Assistance System, Location-Aware Technology, Tira-Hunt, Google Map
  611.  
  612.  
  613. EM&MM: AN ANDROID BASED MULTI-SUBJECT
  614. ENHANCER FOR GRADE 1 PUPILS
  615. Nikki D. Endozo, Shyra C. Hernandez,  Joven Jacob B. Necor
  616. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  617. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  618. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  619. 2019
  620.  
  621. RATIONALE
  622. The study is about an android game that will address the common problem of using gadgets that affects the learning of primary level pupil. Currently, gadgets are usually the reason why pupils cannot focus on their studies due to various appealing games and applications that divert their attention into non-educational activities leading to poor grades and performance. After the evaluation of the developed game application it signifies that the respondents strongly agree on its effectiveness.
  623.  
  624. OBJECTIVES
  625. The study aims to develop EM&MM: An Android Based Multi-subject Enhancer for Grade 1 Pupils that will aid the increasing problems in the learning of pupils due to attention divider, i.e. applications available on gadgets. It also aims to deepen and widen the pupils’ knowledge about their subjects that are generally offered on their level.
  626.  
  627. METHODOLOGY
  628. The methodology used in this study is an instructional design model which is ADDIE. This model is an organized procedure that consists of five phases, Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. Through the survey, application evaluation, and interview all the necessary informations were gathered for the completion of this study. All data and informations collected were analyzed and validated based on the objectives of the study.
  629.  
  630. RESULTS
  631. The following findings have been established: (1) in the factors affecting the pupils’ focus on learning in the primary education the dependence/reliance on gadgets ranked first and traditional teaching activity ranked as the least factor; (2) the evaluation of the respondents on level of acceptability on the developed game application is Highly Acceptable in general; and (3) in the evaluation on the developed game application, the respondents Strongly Agree on all terms of levels of effectiveness.
  632.  
  633. CONCLUSIONS
  634. According to the findings of the study, technological gadgets and learning environment are vital factors to be considered that may positively and negatively affects in providing healthy classroom discussion and quality learning environment. Also, traditional teaching methods are still part of the medium of instructions which are currently being used in delivering classroom discussions. Likewise, the result proves that with the developed game application, it can be a way of learning for the pupils while having fun at the same time as the respondents rated the game as moderately acceptable. Given that the developed game application can be used easily, the pupils grasp the how’s of using the application in no time. Lastly, the result also shown that the respondents strongly agree that it can be a medium of instruction that delivers an attractive, efficient, and effective means of learning which is highly beneficial to the pupils.
  635.  
  636.  
  637.  
  638.  
  639.  
  640.  
  641.  
  642. KEYWORDS
  643. EM&MM, Android Games, Multi-subject Enhancer, Mobile Application, Offline Game
  644.  
  645. ASSESSME: A FEEDBACK AND MONITORING TOOL TO MEASURE EFFECTIVENESS OF CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY ARASOF - NASUGBU
  646. Jade M. Dacillo, Ian Ireneo M. Oropesa, Jenelle M. Dacillo, Cendy B. Camilon
  647. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  648. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  649. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  650. 2019
  651.  
  652. RATIONALE
  653. It has been a common practice in Batangas State University ARASOF – Nasugbu to assess the performance of faculty through manual evaluation. This practice entails a long process which is focused on the production of evaluation results presented to the administrators and to the faculties themselves. However, the process was barely managed by the Office of the Guidance and Counseling (OGC) due to a number of issues and challenges encountered. From this arise various issues and challenges that can only be aided by the utilization of computer and software.
  654.  
  655. OBJECTIVES
  656. This study primarily aimed to determine the problems encountered by the university in the faculty performance evaluation and to develop an information system that will automate and optimize the process in measuring the effectiveness of classroom instruction.
  657.  
  658. METHODOLOGY
  659. The study employed the Iterative Development of the Agile Methodology, which includes the process of the software development, is focuses in the overall process through a series of different iteration. Then, according to the response of the clients to the software, new iterations are made to improve the product. With new iterations the product can have additional features can be designed, developed and tested until the completion of the final product.
  660.  
  661. RESULTS
  662. The researchers successfully developed a system that solves the issues and challenges encountered in the faculty performance evaluation process. It has the necessary functions and features needed by the users. Respondents strongly agreed that the system is more effective, efficient, functional, reliable, secure and  useful.
  663.  
  664. CONCLUSIONS
  665. The continuation of the present evaluation system that exists in the University will incur more costs, delays and errors in faculty evaluation. The researchers have successfully developed the system with highly satisfactory functions and features as evidenced by the high acceptance of the respondents with the system’s efficiency, functionality, reliability, security and usability. Furthermore, the developed system has satisfied the initial requirements of the users in terms of records management, performance evaluation computation, performance monitoring and report generation. Therefore, the implementation of the developed system is highly recommended.
  666.  
  667.  
  668.  
  669.  
  670.  
  671.  
  672.  
  673.  
  674.  
  675. KEYWORDS
  676. Ogc, Faculty Assessment, Faculty Performance, Evaluation System, Classroom Instruction
  677.  
  678. BATSTATEU – ARASOF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  679. FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
  680. Jayson D. Contreras, John Lloyd V. Dela Vega, Zaira G. San Jose
  681. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  682. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  683. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  684. 2019
  685.  
  686. RATIONALE
  687. The study is all about a management information system for the student organizations and activities as well as the different organizations of the Batangas State University ARASOF – Nasugbu Campus that will serve as the system support method in approving the needed reports, letters and forms and also in managing all the information that the organizations have.
  688.  
  689. OBJECTIVES
  690. The study aims to develop BatStateU – ARASOF Management Information System for the Office of the Student Organizations and Activities that may help the office to facilitate its functions and be able to give quality service to its customer.
  691.  
  692. METHODOLOGY
  693. The methodology used in this study is the agile software development methodology. It is based upon the incremental and iterative process models which focus on the adaptability to continuous changing product requirements and enhancing the satisfaction of customers through rapid delivery of features of the working product and the participation of the clients (www.quickscrum.com). It illustrates the six phases of the said method, namely, the concept, inception, construction/iterations, transition/release, production, and lastly the retirement phase.
  694.  
  695. RESULTS
  696. The following findings have been established: (1) the level of impact of problems given are ranging from moderate problems to serious problems, (2) the respondents are mostly extremely satisfied to the developed system; and (3) the developed system is acceptable in terms of accuracy, efficiency, reliability, and security.
  697.  
  698. CONCLUSIONS
  699. According to the findings of the study, the respondents encountered problems in different areas using the manual system or process and cannot fully support the needs of the existing process. The existing process needs improvement to provide more accurate, reliable, efficient and secured services. The developed system lessens the problems encountered in using the manual system. The develop system was accepted and confirmed to be more useful in many areas than the existing system and improves the accuracy, efficiency, reliability and security that can be helpful when it comes to the daily operations of the Student Organizations and Activities office.
  700.  
  701.  
  702.  
  703.  
  704.  
  705.  
  706.  
  707.  
  708.  
  709.  
  710. KEYWORDS
  711. Management Information System, BatStateU – ARASOF Management Information System, Student Organizations and Activities, Organization Officers
  712. CSS DROID: AN ANDROID-BASED COMPUTER SYSTEM SERVICING
  713. WITH VIRTUAL COMPUTER HARDWARE ASSEMBLY
  714. Elton A. Rondero,RobinL.Villaruel,  Adrian Florence C. Lopez, Jamaica B. Lagus
  715. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  716. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  717. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  718. 2019
  719.  
  720. RATIONALE
  721. Computer System Servicing (CSS) is related to Software and Hardware Installation, one of the major subjects that should be taken in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences (CECS) is facing some issues and hindrances when it comes to facilitating the said subject. By using the developed android application, the CSS Droid: An Android-based Computer System Servicing with Virtual Computer Hardware Assembly, the CECS can cope up with the facility issues because CSS Droid is an educational tool that can be used to replace the lack of facility and materials used in CSS trainings.
  722.  
  723. OBJECTIVES
  724. The study aimed to help the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences especially its students to have further knowledge in Computer System Servicing. CSS Droid aimed to have another learning material that every student had, a mobile device particularly, android device. The android application includes reviewer and quizzes that would help the students and the users to be knowledgeable in Computer System Servicing.
  725.  
  726. METHODOLOGY
  727. Boem’s Spiral Model of Development was used in the study. Which includes planning, risk analysis, engineering phase, and evaluation. The Spiral Model helped the study which started in gathering of data in planning all through out the evaluation. All these data were critically analyzed and executed after the validation. The researchers also used the Stratified sampling to determine the size of the respondents using the Slovin’s Formula.
  728.  
  729. RESULTS
  730. The following findings have been established, Lack of educational materials have been resolved because CSS Droid contains reviewer that would help the students to assemble easily using the hardware assembly of the application using the drag and drop function of it; The level of Acceptability of the respondents on the developed android application was Highly Acceptable in terms of Reliability, Usability, and Efficiency as the students has tested it. The researchers proved it with the use of validated survey questionnaire; The level of satisfaction of the respondents on the developed android application was Highly Satisfied in terms of User-Friendliness, Graphics, and Learnability because the developed android application was assessed by the students in CECS and other faculty and proved that it is an effective educational tool that would help the students in reviewing Hardware and Software Installation that is being discussed in Computer System Servicing NC II Assessment.
  731.  
  732. CONCLUSIONS
  733. In taking Software and Hardware Installation, every student must also take Computer System Servicing in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. There are also problems and hindrances in taking the subject to provide more effective ways to make sure the progress of every student in taking the CSS NC II Assessment.
  734.  
  735.  
  736.  
  737.  
  738.  
  739.  
  740.  
  741. KEYWORDS
  742. Computer System Servicing, Android, National Certification II, Software and Hardware Installation, Boem’s Spiral Model.
  743. e - BENTA: AN APPLICATION FOR SWAPPING, BUYING
  744. AND SELLING ITEMS
  745. Meriam B. Dastas, Ethel J. Nioko, Gilbert Bryan R. Simon and Nicole V. Rol
  746. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  747. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  748. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  749. 2019
  750.  
  751. RATIONALE
  752. The use of the internet has brought many changes in people lives. Several years ago, people have to visit malls, shops and markets just to purchase an item or products. But with the advancements in Information Technology, people can buy products with just the click of the mouse. Today, there are a lot of online shops and Facebook groups who help people to buy and sell items and products. With these, the researchers came up with the idea of developing an application to help the Nasugbuenos in buying, selling and swapping items second hand items and new products, which offers more flexibility and convenience than the Facebook Group “Nasugbu, Swap, Buy and Sell.”    
  753.  
  754. OBJECTIVES
  755. The main objective of the study is to developed an application called e – Benta which will be an avenue for Nasugbuenos to buy, sell and swap second hand items as well as new products. Specifically, the study aims to: (1) to determine the different ways on how the Nasugbuenos buy and sell second hand items; (2) to evaluate the level of acceptability of the Facebook Group “Nasugbu Swap, Buy and Sell” and the developed application in terms of ISO 25010 software quality; (3) to evaluate the level of satisfaction of the features offered by the developed application; (4) to test if there is significant difference on the level of acceptability between the Facebook Group Nasugbu Swap, Buy and Sell and the developed application.
  756.  
  757. METHODOLOGY
  758. Incremental methodology was used by the researchers for the software development. This is a method of software development where the module is designed, implemented and tested incrementally until the product is finished. After the development, a self-made evaluation questionnaire was constructed based on ISO 25010 software quality to evaluate the developed system and the Facebook group Nasugbu Swap, Buy and Sell. The evaluation was participated by 397 respondents from NasugbuBatangas whose age is between 18 years old and above since, they are using the internet more often in buying and selling items. After the evaluation phase, the gathered data was tallied and interpreted using weighted mean, t-test, ranking and Likert scale.
  759.  
  760. RESULTS
  761. The gathered data revealed that most Nasugbuenos are using social media and website in buying, selling second hand items. In addition, the results showed that the developed application was Acceptable in terms of functional suitability, performance efficiency, usability and reliability, while it was Highly Acceptable in terms of usability. For the level of satisfaction the respondents are Extremely Satisfied on the features on the developed application. In addition, the t-test result revealed that there is significant difference between the developed application and Facebook group in terms of performance efficiency, usability and reliability, while there is no significant difference in terms of functional suitability.
  762.  
  763. CONCLUSIONS
  764. Using social media and website is very popular in buying and selling items because it helps people to cater their products in a wider market easier and faster, using the Facebook Group Nasugbu Swap, Buy and Sell to buy and sell second hand items and new products is helpful to Nasugbuenos, however its features are very limited. The high evaluation result of the developed application proved that it can be an alternative place to buy, sell and swap second hand items and new products because it offers very helpful and useful features, not available in the Facebook Group “Nasugbu, Swap Buy and Sell”. Due to its acceptable result the researchers recommend the implementation of the application to help the Nasugbuenos in terms of buying, selling second hand items.
  765.  
  766.  
  767.  
  768. KEYWORDS
  769. Online shopping, Application, Incremental Methodology, ISO 25010.
  770. iRate: FACULTY PERFORMANCE AND EVENTS
  771. EVALUATION SYSTEM
  772. Jay-cee Lawrence Manuel, Nicole Ann C. Macalaguim, Lawrenze G. Abellera
  773. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  774. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  775. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  776. 2019
  777.  
  778. RATIONALE
  779. The developed system underwent and followed processes to be successfully developed and to be used especially for Guidance Office and Student Organization and Activity (SOA) Office. By using the developed system, the Guidance Office and SOA can easily conduct evaluation before the end of every semester or after the activity conducted and produce the needed report on time because the system is the one who distribute evaluation form to enrolled students which can be accessed by visiting the site or with the use of smart phones. Generally, the Guidance Office and SOA can render better services to the students and other school personnel and staff.
  780.  
  781. OBJECTIVES
  782. The study aimed to improve the quality of service of Guidance Office and Student Organization and Activities Office from their manual process of rendering services. The developed system lessens the time spent in conduction evaluation for faculty and school activities. It also helps the specific offices to monitor the process of evaluation. It also makes the process of evaluation accurate, paperless, reduce data monopoly and give accurate reports on time it needed. The system also generates reports depending on the filter inputs by the user and offices.
  783.  
  784. METHODOLOGY
  785. The study employed the V model of the System Development Life involved in an information system development project, from an initial feasibility study through maintenance of the completed application. It serves as a guide in any project as well as to validate whether the actual output or deliverables match the scope and objective or purpose of the project system. The said model guided the researchers toward the completion of the study.
  786.  
  787. RESULTS
  788. The following findings have been established wherein the evaluation of the respondents in the challenges encountered in the existing system resulted to a Moderate Problem as a result in all challenges encountered. While the developed system, mostly got Highly Acceptable and some are Very Acceptable results in terms of all levels of acceptability.
  789.  
  790. CONCLUSIONS
  791. In accordance to the findings of the study, the online developed system was confirmed more useful, complete, and perform all the intended functionality as the researchers developed. Rather than the existing manual system takes time to complete the intended data needed, cannot produce accurate report and protect cannot protect the data monopoly.
  792.  
  793.  
  794.  
  795.  
  796.  
  797.  
  798.  
  799.  
  800.  
  801.  
  802.  
  803. KEYWORDS
  804. Evaluation, SOA, Information System, Faculty Performance
  805.  
  806. NASUGBU GUIDE: AN ONLINE TOURIST GUIDE APPLICATION
  807. John Paul P. Zapata, Edcel R. Panganiban, James Daniel A. Rendon,Edgar D. Buno
  808. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  809. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  810. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  811. 2019
  812.  
  813.  
  814. RATIONALE
  815. Nasugbu Guide: An Online Tourist Guide Application is an application for tourist travellers who want to explore Nasugbu,Batangas.This application is beneficial to the tourist traveller to make their visit more efficient in Nasugbu, Batangas. The application also showcases the beautiful tourist spots in Nasugbu, Batangas that will also help to increase the numbers of tourist travellers going in NasugbuBatangas.
  816.  
  817. OBJECTIVES
  818. The study aimed to help the tourist travellers that are going to explore Nasugbu, Batangas. This application makes their vacation more efficient by giving all the information of their desired tourist spot. This application also showcases the tourist spots here in Nasugbu,Batangas in order to gain more tourist that explore Nasugbu, Batangas.
  819.  
  820. METHODOLOGY
  821. Boem’s spiral model of development was used in the study. Which includes planning, risk analysis, engineering phase, and evaluation? The spiral model helped the study which started in gathering of data in planning all throughout the evaluation. All these data were critically analyzed and executed after the validation. This method of research applied prominently in this study because it presented the assessment of the level of satisfaction reliability, and acceptance of the proposed system. Risk analysis this phase is the most important part of "spiral model" in the development of the application nasugbu guide. In this phase, all possible (and available) alternatives, which can help in developing a cost effective project are analyse and strategies are decided to use them. Engineering in this phase, the researcher conducted survey on the tourist user to evaluate the application in order to receive tourist user’s comments and suggestions which can help in identifying and resolving potential problems/errors in the developed application. Evaluation in this phase allows the tourist users to evaluate the output of the project to date before continues to the next spiral. The researchers conducted survey to tourist respondents to evaluate the application Nasugbu Guide.
  822.  
  823. RESULTS
  824. The following findings have been established: a. getting lost to city or province is the most problems or challenges that the tourist travellers encounter; b. the level of Acceptability of the respondents on the developed android application was Perfectly Acceptable in terms of Accuracy and User Friendliness, in terms of Reliability and Usability are Acceptable. The researchers proved it with the use of validated survey questionnaire; c. The level of satisfaction of the respondents on the developed android application was Extremely Satisfied and in terms of Map with Active User, Voice Command Search, and Predictive Text was Very Satisfied.
  825.  
  826. CONCLUSIONS
  827. Based on the evaluation by the tourist respondents, the application Nasugbu Guide can resolve the challenges or problems that tourist traveller encounter when travelling in Nasugbu, Batangas. The developed system is helpful in terms of giving information and guiding tourist travellers in Nasugbu, Batangas.
  828.  
  829.  
  830.  
  831.  
  832.  
  833.  
  834. KEYWORDS
  835. Nasugbu Guide: An Online Tourist Guide Application, Boem’s Spiral Model, Online Application, Android Application
  836.  
  837. ALA-EH MENU: A WEB  AND MOBILE BASED ONLINE FOOD ORDERING SYSTEM
  838. Aime D. Granados, Jaymar B. Enconado, Reynabeth M. Balboa, Aicamelle M. Alday
  839. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  840. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  841. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  842. 2019
  843.  
  844. RATIONALE
  845. The purpose of this research is to make frequent ordering convenient in web and mobile application. Online ordering system allowing customer to place an orders food online. This study is created to help the residents venture anew. With these application it will give ease to the customers, to search Restaurants, detailed menus, and previous orderthey like, many people nowadays have smart phone that aid them in doing things with ease. By using mobile application, customer allows to order anywhere and can track their food delivery location, and do not have to wait in a queue at the restaurants.
  846.  
  847. OBJECTIVES
  848. This study aimed to help the resident of three municipalities such as Nasugbu, Lian and Balayan. Ala-eh menu is an online food ordering system that allows the customer to order their favorite food online via Internet by using a web browser or smart phone. It will help the customers to place order easily using a mobile phone and save time in going in the restaurants.
  849.  
  850. METHODOLOGY
  851. Iterative development was used in this study. Which includes initial planning, analysis and design development phases that approach the cycle, from collecting requirements to distribute functionality in a working release. The appropriate implementation of an iterative model software development lifecycle (SDLC) that focus on an initial, reduced implementation, which then more improvement more complication and an expansive feature set until the system are complete. To develop the software, the researcher has used the descriptive and developmental approach. PHP is the programming language used to develop the website and MySQL is used as the system’s database.  C# is the programming language used to develop the Android version of the system.
  852.  
  853. RESULTS
  854. The following findings solved by the system is time consumption and convenient in online food ordering for the customer. Alaeh Menu was designed and developed to provide a Web and Mobile application, which the customer can order their favorite food and restaurants and importantly will be able to order anywhere by using their mobile application.The restaurant can promote their brand and increase sales through this system. All menu information will be stored in the system and can be viewed at any time. It has capable of calculating accurate bills and ensuring sms confirmation in every transaction request. This system can generate weekly and monthly report.
  855.  
  856. CONCLUSIONS
  857. The study concluded that the developed system is very helpful to restaurants as well as to customers. Through this system, restaurants can improve their ordering systems since they don’t have to answer calls from customers, they just have to view the orders placed and process then. This will also enhance their operational activity, marketing techniques and productivity. Time efficient for customers in placing or taking their orders because they can save time in calling food store just to place an order. Food ordering are made simpler, faster and easier for they can order food through online site, Facebook and mobile as well.
  858.  
  859.  
  860.  
  861.  
  862.  
  863.  
  864. KEYWORDS
  865. Restaurant, Online, Food Ordering, Mobile Application, System Development
  866. SUNDO: SERVICE AND UTILITY VEHICLE IN NASUGBU;
  867. A DOOR-TO-DOOR ONLINE RIDE-HAILING
  868. APPLICATION
  869. Judith D. De los Reyes, Justine M. Roncales, Mary Jane I. Reyes and Trisha M. Bausas
  870. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  871. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  872. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  873. 2019
  874. RATIONALE
  875. The developed system was produced through the extensive study of the researchers with the problems in transport industry. The system undergoes through processes and methods that will guarantee the effectivity of SUNDO: Service and Utility Vehicle in Nasugbu; A Door-to-door Online Ride-hailing Application intended to use by commuters and drivers within the Municipality of Nasugbu. By using the SUNDO Ride-hailing App, the commuters can book a particular transport vehicle anywhere in the Municipality of Nasugbu in any given time. Generally, the SUNDO Ride-hailing serves as the third party that will guarantee reliable, fast and easy way of availing transport service suitable to the needs of every commuter.
  876. OBJECTIVE
  877. The study aimed to provide improvement to the current system of hailing a particular transport service within the Municipality of Nasugbu. The SUNDO Ride-hailing App aimed to eliminates the different problems encountered when manually hailing transport service - from vehicle’s availability up to driver’s and commuter’s safety. It will serve as a multi-aggregator application that will arrange a particular transport service that is suitable to needs of commuter and provide assistance to the drivers for fast trip arrangement. The system automatically compute the exact fare based on the distance travelled by the transport vehicle. And provide security and safety to both commuters and drivers through the presence of emergency button feature.
  878. METHODOLOGY
  879. The study utilized the Feature Driven Development Method of Agile Software Process, it involved in the study from the start process until all the requirements are met. This method helped the researchers adapt the software according to drivers and commuters needs. It guided the researchers to added features whenever changes have been made in order to bring customers satisfaction.
  880. RESULTS
  881. These are the following finding gathered after the evaluation of the developed system: (1) the most common problem encountered by the drivers when using the traditional method of acquiring a particular transport service is the lack of earnings due to minimal number of commuters and overpriced cost of fare for commuters; (2) the drivers and commuters find the traditional method of acquiring a particular transport service Slightly Acceptable while Moderately Acceptable to the developed system; and (3) drivers and commuters are Moderately Satisfied to the four features of developed system: accuracy, reliability, portability and accessibility. Most of all, the T Test result proved that there is significant difference between the traditional method of acquiring a particular transport service and the developed system as assessed by both drivers and commuters.
  882. CONCLUSIONS
  883. In accordance to the findings, the SUNDO Ride-hailing App was recommended to be use and implement for fast, reliable and easy transaction of hailing a particular transport service within the Municipality of Nasugbu. Some features can be enhanced and further improve for more effectivity of the developed system.
  884.  
  885.  
  886.  
  887.  
  888.  
  889. KEYWORDS
  890. Ride-hailing, Transport Service, SUNDO, Multi-aggregator
  891. THE ADVENTURE (NASUGBU IN MOBILE GAME)
  892. Jay r A. Raman, Rechelle J. Villanueva, Jamaica S. Vicente,
  893. Loraine Mae T. Jazmin
  894. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  895. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  896. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  897. 2019
  898.  
  899. RATIONALE
  900. The Adventure (Nasugbu in Mobile Game) is an adventure game that will serve as advertisement tool of the Tourism Office and Municipality of Nasugbu in promoting the beauty of Nasugbu. This kind of mobile game is challenging and interesting for it can capture the interests of the travellers or adventurers. This research enhanced the abilities of the researchers in developing a 3D mobile game.
  901.  
  902. OBJECTIVES
  903. The study aimed to give entertainment to the user while promoting Nasugbu tourist attraction. Specifically, the study sought to answer the following questions: [1] To find the challenges faced by Nasugbu Tourism Office in promoting tourist attraction in Nasugbu, [2] To know the level of acceptability of the developed mobile game in promoting tourist attraction in Nasugbu regarding information dissemination, user interface, enjoyment and design and [3] To find the level of satisfaction on the developed game regarding loading time playability, game play and content.
  904.  
  905. METHODOLOGY
  906. For this study, agile method is used. Agile development methodologies are a set of approaches to software development that share common philosophy but are sharply distinguished in the details of their implementation. Agile method is consisting of Plan, Build, Launch and Feedback. In this study, the plan phase is the stage where basic decisions for the creation of the game are made.
  907.  
  908. RESULTS
  909. The researchers found out that the most challenge for the Nasugbu Tourism Office in promoting tourist attraction in Nasugbu was discipline of tourist. After evaluation, the developed mobile application has a combined weighted mean of 4.23 in information dissemination, 4.27 in user interface and 4.23 in enjoyment which can be interpreted as strongly acceptable. However, the design has a weighted mean of 4.15 which defined as acceptable. The evaluation result revealed that the developed mobile game application has a combined weighted mean of 4.18 with verbal interpretation of satisfied, gameplay with 4.16 and content with 4.19 and verbal interpretation of satisfied. However, it was rated strongly satisfied in terms of playability.
  910.  
  911. CONCLUSIONS
  912. The researchers have several conclusions and observations during the development of “The Adventure (Nasugbu in mobile Game)”. From the findings of the study, the following conclusions are drawn: The researchers conclude that having self-discipline is very wherever a person goes, while and funds are important too in promoting and advertising a tourist attraction. In terms of level of acceptability, the researchers realized that the developed mobile application with video ads and trivia are very helpful for giving information and is strongly recommended as an advertisement tool in promoting tourist attractions in Nasugbu. Due to its high rating in the level of satisfaction, the developed mobile game application meets the desired features to attract and gives interest to its users to play the game so that the researchers conclude that the respondents are satisfied to researchers’ study.
  913.  
  914.  
  915.  
  916.  
  917.  
  918.  
  919.  
  920. KEYWORDS
  921. Adventure, Nasugbu, Mobile Game, Unity
  922. SDLAAP: SMART DOOR LOCK ACCESS WITH
  923. ANDROID APPLICATION
  924. Alain Red P. Tumbaga, Allen Josh L. Misenas, Michelle R. Sison
  925. Ralph Laurence S. Ayson
  926. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  927. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  928. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  929. 2019
  930.  
  931. RATIONALE
  932. Smart Door Lock Access with Android Application belongs to home automation that can automatically lock and unlock door with the use of face recognition, smartphone with or without fingerprint scanner and short message service (SMS) for monitoring of user login. This application is dedicated to landlords and boarders. It has two different applications, one is dedicated for landlords to automatically lock or unlock door and receive short message service (SMS) as an access notification and the other one is, for the boarders that requires scanning of face and biometric as a mean of authentication.
  933.  
  934. OBJECTIVES
  935. This study aims to develop Smart Door Lock Access with Android Application that will provide higher level of security for apartments and dormitories. To ensure the safety of landlords and boarders as well as their valuable properties against any person unauthorized person. The researcher also want to determine the differences between the traditional way of locking and unlocking door and the automated one which is the developed system based on their level of acceptability and satisfaction of the user.
  936.  
  937. METHODOLOGY
  938. In this study the researcher used the descriptive and developmental methodology. Descriptive method to be able to obtain the needed information with regards to different situations present in the study through the form of questionnaire while developmental requires an output at the end of the study. The researchers built an initial version of the system to introduce the concepts, temporary design of the system, produced survey questionnaire as a main tool in gathering information and prepared the system for evaluation. The evaluation was participated by 106 boarders and 4 landlords. After the evaluation phase, the gather data was tallied and interpreted using weighted mean, t-test, ranking and likert scale.
  939.  
  940. RESULTS
  941. The evaluation revealed that the developed system was Acceptable in terms of Accuracy and Usability. Therefore, it was rated as Highly Acceptable in terms of Security. For the level of satisfaction, respondents on the features of the system were Moderately Satisfied in terms of Response Time of unlocking the door, Consistent monitoring of logs, User authentication and Design. Finally, the t-test revealed that the assessment of the respondents regarding with the developed system and the existing system the level of significance is 5% which marked as “There is a significant difference between the developed system and the existing system”.
  942.  
  943. CONCLUSIONS
  944. The researchers conclude that without the modernized automated security, apartments may be prone to forcible entry of unauthorized person. It satisfied the landlords and boarders in terms of locking and unlocking doors even without the use of manual key and can be installed to many apartments and houses except to those houses and apartments that can easily be spilled with rain or that can be easily destroyed by natural disaster.
  945.  
  946.  
  947.  
  948.  
  949.  
  950.  
  951. KEYWORDS
  952. Smart Door Lock, Application, Face Recognition, Fingerprint, Prototyping.
  953. JOAN: JOB OUTSOURCING APPLICATION FOR
  954. NON-OFFICE WORKERS OF NASUGBU
  955. Donminick P. Bautista, Lyeweleen A. Gutierrez, Franciso A. Avejero
  956. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  957. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  958. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  959. 2019
  960.  
  961. RATIONALE
  962. The study is about an Android Application that will help non- office workers on finding jobs as well as help the clients to find workers. Non-office workers are having a hard time on finding jobs and some people are having a hard time on finding workers based on their needs. The researchers provide an application that will serve as a gateway for non-office workers and clients to find each other in an easy way. After the evaluation of the developed application, it signifies that the respondents perfectly satisfied on its effectiveness.
  963.  
  964. OBJECTIVES
  965. The study aims to develop JOAN: Job Outsourcing Application for Non-Office Workers of Nasugbu that will help non-office workers in Nasugbu to have a great chance of opportunity to find jobs in an easy way which results to also help those clients to avoid struggles on finding workers based on their needs. The application will give the user a good communication. It also aims to help the admin which is the PESO (Public Employment Service Office) in managing their service.
  966.  
  967. METHODOLOGY .
  968. The methodology used in this study is Mobile-D an Agile Method. It consists of  processes comprised of five phases, Explore, Initialize, Productionize, Stabilize, System Test and Fix. This methodology deliver a fully functional mobile application.
  969.  
  970. RESULTS
  971. The following findings are based on the gathered data; The most issues and challenges encountered by the client were having a rush time of finding worker that results improper screening for job vacancies and for the workers were having a hard time to look for a person who needs workers. The respondents have been evaluated the system as perfectly acceptable.
  972.  
  973. CONCLUSIONS
  974. In accordance to the findings of the study, the researcher concluded that without the help of the system the daily transaction commit hassle, error and problem that encountered on both client and jobseekers. It also concluded that the respondents were very satisfied with the features of the new system and agreed that the system was efficient, functional, reliable, usable and secured
  975.  
  976.  
  977.  
  978.  
  979.  
  980.  
  981.  
  982.  
  983.  
  984.  
  985.  
  986. KEYWORDS
  987. Application, JOAN, Job Outsourcing, Mobile-D Agile Method, Non-Office Workers
  988. TaRA: TRACKING AND ROUTING APPLICATION FOR PUV DRIVERS AND COMMUTER WITH GPS LOCATOR
  989. Mark Gio D. Bautista, John Paul Julls H. Inciong, Michelle R. Sobrado
  990. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  991. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  992. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  993. 2019
  994.  
  995. RATIONALE
  996. Nowadays, most of people encounter such difficulties in terms of transportation. Most of them are suffering and having some issues in terms of slow services for transportation. By using the developed system, the commuters can easily track the available PUV drivers and have their trip request as fast as it can. The PUV driver can easily gather their commuters by accepting the commuters’ trip request using the application “TaRA”. Moreover, the system also provides the actual fare rates, route points and also provides a real-time map to locate the nearby drivers and viewing available vacant seats. Lastly, the commuters can also add their feedbacks about the improvement of transportation services.
  997.  
  998. OBJECTIVES
  999. The study aimed to assist commuters in tracking and routing PUV drivers and aimed to assist PUV drivers in accepting fast transportation services for commuters. Allowing commuters to experience new ways of transportation services through the developed application. Let the PUV drivers embrace the improvement to the service of transportation by using the developed system. To be able to have a communication between the PUV drivers and commuters.
  1000.  
  1001. METHODOLOGY
  1002. The researchers used the feature-driven development for the development of the TaRA: Tracking and Routing Application for PUV Drivers and Commuters with GPS Locator  is a system that starts off evolved with high level planning to define the scope of the assignment, which then strikes into incremental supply. Every increment of delivery includes a design segment and an implementation section. The scope of each increment is a single characteristic and defines the overall scope of the task on the commencing but does now not define the small print.
  1003.  
  1004. RESULTS
  1005. The following findings are based on the gathered data; the most common way of finding available PUVs is waiting at the PUV terminals. The challenges or problems being encountered in traditional ways of transportation means are having  no system or immediate communication between the driver and commuters on the van seat/s availability, there is no system for locating and tracking of nearby van vehicles, identification of route points (pick up and destination points) of commuters is undefined which leads to confusion and miscommunication between them and the van vehicle driver and fare fees for every route points are not readily available that’s why the commuters are not aware of the exact amount to be paid. The respondents have been evaluated the developed system as perfectly acceptable.
  1006.  
  1007. CONCLUSIONS
  1008. In accordance to the findings of the study, the manual process of transportation services cannot support the needs of the PUV drivers and commuters and needs improvement to provide more functional, reliable, usable and secured service. Likewise, the developed system was confirmed useful, acceptable and satisfiable based on the evaluation of the respondents.
  1009.  
  1010.  
  1011.  
  1012.  
  1013.  
  1014.  
  1015. KEYWORDS
  1016. Tracking, Routing, PUV Drivers, Commuters, TaRA, GPS
  1017. ANDROID BASED FIRST AID AND BASIC LIFE SUPPORT TUTORIAL WITH GPS TECHNOLOGY
  1018. Princess Nicole B. Calingasan, Hazell Ann G. Eleponga, Joshua T. Villaviray
  1019. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1020. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1021. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1022. 2019
  1023.  
  1024. RATIONALE
  1025. Nowadays, millions of different people are hurt and worst are killed from injuries every year. Effectively, with the use of first aid reduces deaths, injuries and even the impact of disasters in daily emergencies. By using the developed android application, it gives the users instant access to information on how to handle the most common first-aid situations. It includes videos, quizzes and voice command. At the same time, it also has a GPS that can locate the nearest clinic or hospital in the different places. This application teaches first aid and lifesaving skills that may be beneficial to every person especially in benefits to the resident of the Philippines that can provide free and easy way to get lifesaving first aid instruction and information anytime, anywhere.
  1026.  
  1027. OBJECTIVE
  1028. The study aimed to assist residents of Nasugbu in locating hospitals and communicate health professionals and aimed to help the resident of the Philippines to distinguish the different form of first aid. Allowing Nasugbu residents to educate on how to apply right first aid.To be able the Nasugbu residents to have an ease communication to health professionals by using the developed android application.
  1029.  
  1030. METHODOLOGY
  1031. The researchers used Rapid Application Development (RAD) for the development of “The Android Based First Aid and Basic Life Support Tutorial with GPS Technology” is a android application that starts off evolved with the designed to ensure a software development methodology that may uses minimal planning in favour of rapid prototyping technique. This methodology includes four different stages including: Requirements Planning, Construction, User Design and Cutover. One of the phases that the researchers start is requirements planning on how to develop the proposed project and to accomplish the different requirements and to combine the other ideas and informations to have a better outcome and to test if the proposed project is accurate and to help the users to be aware about the proposed project and how they will use it during emergencies.
  1032.  
  1033. RESULTS
  1034. The following findings are based on the gathered data; tracking of nearby first aider consumes a lot of time which are done manually. There is no significant difference between the assessments of the health professionals and  Nasugbu community. Health professionals and the Nasugbu community accepted the developed application. The respondents have been evaluated the developed android application as highly acceptable.
  1035.  
  1036. CONCLUSIONS
  1037. In accordance to the findings of the study, the manual process of applying first aid cannot support the needs of the Nasugbu residents and needs improvement to provide more accurate, effective, simple and functionable for health professionals. Likewise, the developed android application was confirmed useful, acceptable and satisfiable based on the evaluation of the respondents.
  1038.  
  1039.  
  1040.  
  1041.  
  1042.  
  1043.  
  1044. KEYWORDS:
  1045. Android Application, First Aid, GPS, RAD, Voice Command
  1046.  
  1047. BMAMS: BUS MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  1048. Jhennie Mae E. Panaligan, Carnyl R. Apasan, Angelica L. Gomez
  1049. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1050. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1051. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1052. 2019
  1053.  
  1054. RATIONALE
  1055. B-MAMS or Bus Monitoring and Management System is a web application that can monitor each bus location. This developed system can also provide some bus information such as bus driver and conductor name, available seats, plate number and seat capacity. With BMAMS, conductor can now easily remove and add passengers in each bus. This application is beneficial to the commuters in Nasugbu, because it can help them to save their time and effort.
  1056.  
  1057. OBJECTIVES
  1058. The study entitled “BMAMS: Bus Monitoring and Management System” aims to help commuters to easily ride a bus and help themto reduce waiting time for bus and will provide all necessary detailsregarding the arrival/departure time of the bus, its location and thenumber of passengers in each bus.
  1059.  
  1060. METHODOLOGY
  1061. Prototyping model of development is used in the study. Which includes establish, define, develop and evaluate prototype. The prototyping model helps the study toimproves the quality of the specifications and requirements provided to users. The developed system was evaluated by 400 Nasugbu commuters based on ISO 25010 software quality. All data and information collected were analyzed and validated based on the objectives of the study.
  1062.  
  1063. RESULTS
  1064. The following findings have been established: (1) the problem encountered by the commuters in Nasugbu was theLong waiting time on the bus stop; (2) the level of Acceptability of the respondents on the developed web application was Acceptable in terms of functionality, usability and performance efficiency; (3) The level of satisfaction of the respondents on the developed web application in terms of SMS Notification and bus monitoring and management was Extremely Satisfied.
  1065.  
  1066. CONCLUSIONS
  1067. Based on the evaluation by the Nasugbu commuters, the web application BMAMS can resolve the problems encountered by the commuters when riding a public transportation like buses. The developed system is helpful in terms of SMS notification and bus monitoring and management features.
  1068.  
  1069.  
  1070.  
  1071.  
  1072.  
  1073.  
  1074.  
  1075.  
  1076.  
  1077.  
  1078.  
  1079. KEYWORDS
  1080. Bus Monitoring, Bus Management, SMS Notification, Web Application, Bus Location
  1081.  
  1082. ONLINE NEWSPAPER FOR BATSTATEU ARASOF-NASUGBU
  1083. STUDENT PUBLICATION OFFICE
  1084. Anthony C. Derain, Christian Elbert B. Serrano, Mark B. Villafranca,
  1085. Marjilane Ruiz
  1086. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1087. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1088. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1089. 2019
  1090.  
  1091. RATIONALE
  1092. The developed system was created through the comprehensive study of the researchers with the problems encountered by the Fisherman Group of Publication Office. The system engaged in different actions and methods that will ensure the effectivity of Online Newspaper for BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Student Publication Office. By using this website it can help the publication staff to disseminate information to students since the system is computerized, the students can easily access the works of the publication office. The Online Newspaper serves as the way to minimize the problem of the publication office and to provide the students the fresh and updated news happened inside the campus.
  1093. OBJECTIVES
  1094. The study aimed to develop and design an Online Newspaper for BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Student Publication. The Online Newspaper App aimed to attract more students since they are adapting the present trends of technology. It will contribute in disseminating information to students since the system is computerized, the students can easily access the works of SPO (Student Publication Office). The students can easily read the articles and other things that the SPO publishes, and also they can share their piece of work in different social media sites like facebook, twitter, and Instagram.
  1095. METHODOLOGY
  1096. The study utilized the Spiral model as the development tool, it involved in the study from the start process until all the requirements are met. This method was chosen research paradigm since the proposed system is broad and it needs a continuous step by step process until it reaches the full development of the system. It guided the researchers to added features whenever changes have been made in order to bring customers satisfaction.
  1097. RESULTS
  1098. These are the following finding gathered after the evaluation of the developed system: (1) the most common problem encountered by the Students Publication Office is that Printing of newspaper is very time-consuming; (2) Too much paper works; (3) Some newspaper is leftover; and (4) Day to day dissemination of news to university. The Likert Scale result proved that there is significant difference between the traditional method of disseminating news to the university and the developed system as assessed by both students and SPO.
  1099. CONCLUSIONS
  1100. In accordance to the findings, the Online Newspaper for BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu Students Publication Office was acceptable in terms of accuracy and efficiency, while the system’s reliability, security and user-friendliness was highly acceptable and it is easy to use, secured, and reliable because of its ability to provide real-time information needed by the intended users. Some features can be enhanced and further improve for more effectivity of the developed system.
  1101.  
  1102.  
  1103.  
  1104.  
  1105.  
  1106.  
  1107.  
  1108. KEYWORDS
  1109. Online Newspaper, Dissemination, SPO, Computerized, Likert Scale
  1110. CAPSTONE PROJECT: SCHEDULING AND GRADING SYSTEM
  1111. WITH SMS NOTIFICATION
  1112. Edcel John C. Samontanez, JenicaNiela S. Cadete, Jing JingKatipunan
  1113. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1114. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1115. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1116. 2019
  1117.  
  1118. RATIONALE
  1119. The purpose of this research is to develop a system that will help the course facilitator in terms of scheduling and grading of defense. This study is created to ease out the problem in scheduling and grading system. With this system creating schedule and grading of defense will be more convenient and will give ease to the course facilitator. By using the system the course facilitator can easily create schedule of defense without any hassle and conflicts by automating the schedule of the defense, also, the grade will be automatically computed that will be error free.
  1120.  
  1121. OBJECTIVES
  1122. The aim of this study is to help the course facilitator in creating schedule defense and easily computing grade of the defense. Also, notify the panel committee through SMS notification about the schedule of defense and forget that they have a defense that they need to attend to. This research also wants to reduce of paper works and lessen the error of computation in grading the defense.
  1123.  
  1124. METHODOLOGY
  1125. The researchers used descriptive developmental process which is used to describe characteristics of a population or phenomenon being studied. The researchers used stratified random sampling procedure because the respondents were randomly selected from a list of population so that every single individual had an equal chance of selection. The study utilized the Spiral model as the development tool, it involved the study from the start process until all the requirements are met. This method was chosen research paradigm since the proposed system is broad and it needs a continuous step by step process until it reaches full development of the system.
  1126.  
  1127. RESULTS
  1128. The following findings solved by the system are schedule automation and automatically computation of grade of the defense. Also, notify the panel committee pertaining to the schedule details of the defense. Capstone Project: Scheduling and Grading System with SMS Notification was created to lessen the work of the course facilitator making defense schedule and grade computation of the defense. The system ensures that all the records regarding to schedule and grade of defense will be stored in the system and can be backup in case of deletion losing it. The panel committee will grade the students in android application which results to reducing paper works in terms of grading of the defense.
  1129.  
  1130. CONCLUSION
  1131. The study concluded that the developed system is helpful to the course facilitator as well as to the panel committee. With this system, creating schedule defense and grading of the defense will improve since the system has the capability to automate the schedules and automation of grade computation. By this, the work of the course facilitator will be lessen. The dissemination of schedule will be improve since the system is capable to notify the panel committee and will never forget their schedule of defense that they need to attend to.
  1132.  
  1133.  
  1134.  
  1135.  
  1136.  
  1137.  
  1138.  
  1139. KEYWORDS
  1140. Automation, Grade, Schedule, SMS Notification,WebApp
  1141. Alumni-Konek: An Alumni Management and Tracer System for
  1142. BatStateU ARASOF - Nasugbu
  1143. Caren E. Carandang, Jericho L. Cosico, Camil Joy E. Rico
  1144. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1145. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1146. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1147. 2019
  1148.  
  1149. RATIONALE
  1150. The program chairs are still tracing and getting some important data to the alumni manually that consumes a lot of time and effort where sometimes, the alumni are nowhere to be found. By using the developed system, the program chairs can now trace the alumni through the alumni tracer. The alumni can automatically have the account to the system that will be made by the program chair. The alumni will just update some of their personal information and can now answer the alumni tracer which is important. Moreover, the system can help the alumni to find jobs that is in line with their job specifications where the alumni coordinator manages everything. It can also be a great help to be stay connected with their fellow alumni and also with the university.
  1151.  
  1152. OBJECTIVES
  1153. This study aimed to help the alumni coordinator and program chair to manage the information and trace the alumni without consuming a lot of time and effort. An also, the alumni of the university to be more engaged and stay connected to their fellow alumni. This study will help the alumni, alumni coordinator and program chair to be updated to each other and to the upcoming university events.
  1154.  
  1155. METHODOLOGY
  1156. The researchers used the descriptive survey method in the developed study to acquire information. The feature-driven development for the development of the system “Alumni-Konek: An Alumni Management and Tracer System for BatStateU ARASOF - Nasugbu”. This methodology is composed of five phases which includes Develop an Overall Model, Build a Features List, Plan by Feature, Design by Feature, and Build by Feature.
  1157.  
  1158. RESULTS
  1159. The following findings are based on the gathered data where the most issues and challenges that is being encountered by the alumni coordinator and program chairs is that tracing of alumni consumes a lot of time and effort. The respondents have been evaluated the existing system as acceptable and the developed system as highly acceptable so that, the t-test results showed that there is a significant difference between the existing and the developed system.
  1160.  
  1161. CONCLUSIONS
  1162. The researchers can therefore conclude that using the existing system, the process of managing the system do commit errors and problems such as the alumni coordinator and program chairs are having difficulties in collecting and updating the alumni information which is also time consuming because of the manual process that can also lead to data redundancy and losing of important files, tracing the alumni consumes a lot of time and effort and sometimes, they cannot get an update of the current status of the alumni (e.g. marital status, residence, etc.), the process of communication where the alumni coordinator cannot communicate with the alumni of the university when needed because there is no proper communication process between them.
  1163.  
  1164.  
  1165.  
  1166.  
  1167.  
  1168.  
  1169.  
  1170. KEYWORDS
  1171. AlumniTracer, Management, Alumni, alumni Coordinator, Program Chair
  1172. A - TNT: AUTOMATED GENERATION OF EXAMINATION WITH TABLE OF SPECIFICATION UTILIZING NATURAL
  1173. LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND
  1174. TEXT BLOB
  1175. Jason C. Magsino, Marry Grace G. DelaMarca and Marriella M. Bautista
  1176. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1177. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1178. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1179. 2019
  1180.  
  1181. RATIONALE
  1182. Automated Generation of Examination with Table of Specifications utilizing Natural Language Processing and Text Blob belongs to automation of teaching process that can automatically generate examination paper and questions with Table of Specifications. This is a web application and it is dedicated for faculty, Dean’s and Program Chairs of each college department. It has two modules; one is dedicated to faculty members to create table of specifications and examination paper and another one is for Dean and Program chairs for verifying account and checking the documents that every faculty submit.
  1183.  
  1184. OBJECTIVES
  1185. This study aims to develop an online system that will provide a better and faster way of processing in terms of learning aspects. To be able to give a convenient way of executing every process the researchers create an automatic generation of examination and questions. And also they want to determine the level of acceptance, what are the difficulties encountered by the faculty and level of effectiveness of the user.
  1186.  
  1187. METHODOLOGY
  1188. In this study the researcher used the descriptive and developmental methodology. Descriptive method to be able to obtain the needed information with regards to different situations present in the study through the form of questionnaire while developmental requires an output at the end of the study. The researchers built an initial version of the system to introduce the concepts, temporary design of the system, produced survey questionnaire as a main tool in gathering information and prepared the system for evaluation. The evaluation was participated by 5 deans and 22 faculty member. After the evaluation phase, the gather data was tallied and interpreted using weighted mean, and likert scale.
  1189.  
  1190. RESULTS
  1191. The following findings are based on the gathered data; the most common problem encountered by the faculty members are in terms of lack of patience, they create redundant questions and sometimes is not aligned to Blooms taxonomy cognitive levels. The respondents evaluated the system as Acceptable in terms of user-friendliness, accuracy, efficiency, reliability, and validity. The developed system has intuitive user interface so that it got a highest evaluation and interpreted as acceptable.
  1192.  
  1193. CONCLUSIONS
  1194. In accordance to the findings of the study, the manual process of creating examination cannot support all the needs of the faculty member of each department in terms of creation of table of specification and examination and sometimes it can give more hassle. Likewise, the developed system was confirmed acceptable because it satisfied the needs of the faculty members based on the evaluation of the respondents.
  1195.  
  1196.  
  1197.  
  1198.  
  1199.  
  1200.  
  1201.  
  1202. KEYWORDS
  1203. NLP, Text Blob, Automation, Table of Specification, Prototyping.
  1204. PAMBaTA: PINOY ANDROID MOBILE BASED
  1205. TRADITIONAL APPLICATION
  1206. John Malvin B. Ravela, Princess G. De Jesus,  Shyla V. Lubugan,
  1207. Gil Matthew C. Peña
  1208. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1209. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1210. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1211. 2019
  1212.  
  1213. RATIONALE
  1214. The PAMBaTA is an android game application. The games in the unit were designed to promote tactics and logic that can transfer across games in the same category. This kind of mobile game is challenging and interesting for by many children if it won't be possible anymore that it would be back in the mainstream, at least that's what these writers are trying to tell. This research enhanced the abilities of the researchers in developing a 3D mobile game.
  1215.  
  1216. OBJECTIVES
  1217. This study has the objectives to preserved the traditional pinoy games in the Philippines that is slowly vanishing like pitcha, UbusanLata, and piko. To promote those games to the millennials that is not familiar to the traditional games in this country. They believe that these games should be preserved not only because they prefer Filipino children play these games as like they did when they were in their childhood but they insist and believe that these games help the children grow in mind, body and character and it also helps instill patriotism and nationality in a child's mind. Filipino games like UbusanLata, Sipa, Piko and others alike help improve a child's physical and motor skills as well as strategic logic.
  1218.  
  1219. METHODOLOGY
  1220. For this study, agile method is used. Agile development methodologies are a set of approaches to software development that share common philosophy but are sharply distinguished in the details of their implementation. Agile method is consisting of Pre-production, Production and Post-production, Launch and Feedback. In this study, the post-production would be the testing specification and debug some ideas.
  1221.  
  1222. RESULTS
  1223. The researchers found out that the most challenge for the Senior High and Junior High of Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu and other game developers in promoting traditional game application. After evaluation, the developed mobile application has a combined weighted mean of 4.19 in accuracy, 4.20 in game design, 4.14 in user friendliness, 4.26 in Usability, 4.18 in graphics design 4.13 in media integration, 4.21 in interactive level, 4.22 in strategic thinking, 4.18 in gameplay, 4.13 in functionality, 4.13 in game play and 4.13 in model which can be interpreted as acceptable. However, the design has a weighted mean of 4.19 which defined as acceptable. The evaluation result revealed that the developed mobile game application has a combined weighted mean of 4.20 with verbal interpretation of satisfied, gameplay with 4.16 and content with 4.19 and verbal interpretation of satisfied. However, it was rated strongly satisfied in terms of playability.
  1224.  
  1225. CONCLUSIONS
  1226. The researchers have several conclusions and observations during the development of “PAMBaTA: Pinoy Android Mobile Based Traditional Application”. From the findings of the study, the following conclusions are drawn: It is recommended that the developed game to be uploaded in the Google play store for the millennials. Added Features can be improved to the game development such as: Create an IOS version to support iPhone users, Make an online version for good maintenance and support. Make a multiplayer mode. It can give users so much fun playing with his friends. And add more traditional games like Patintero, Prisoner etc. for more entertainment.
  1227.  
  1228.  
  1229.  
  1230.  
  1231. KEYWORDS
  1232. Pinoy Android Mobile Based Traditional Application, 2D, Android game application
  1233. QUICK QUIZ: A QUIZ MANAGEMENT APPLICATION FOR INSTRUCTORS AND STUDENTS WITH
  1234. TEST ITEM ANALYSIS
  1235. Cyrene Jean T. Apostol, Jeremy G. Ayo, Geraldine Victoria H. Bonifacio,
  1236. John Kate Laurence Mercado
  1237. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1238. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1239. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1240. 2019
  1241. RATIONALE
  1242. The world faced variety of changes in terms of technology. With 21st century as the focus, technology is making our lives easier. Its integration had already penetrated all areas. Presently, the use of mobile phones together with its applications were also in the field of education, quizzes could be done with the use of internet and smart phones and had interactive teaching methods. Using quiz application has changed the way student and teachers perceive quiz events.  In addition, quiz systems included automated checking and recording. With these in mind, the researchers came up with the idea of “Quick Quiz: A Quiz Management Application for Instructors and Students with Test Item Analysis.” This application would be beneficial to the instructors and students to improve classroom instruction and to enhance quiz management process.
  1243.  
  1244. OBJECTIVES
  1245. The study aimed to develop a Quick Quiz: A Quiz Management Application for Instructors and Students with Test Item Analysis. Specifically, the study attempted to answers the following questions: (1.) What are the common problems of the instructors on the existing system in terms of: quiz question construction, quiz administration, quiz checking and recording, test item analysis, and data analytics? (2.) What is the level of acceptability of the existing system, (3.) What is the level of acceptability of the developed system, and (4.) Is there a significance difference in the existing system and the developed system in terms of: functional Suitability, performance efficiency, user friendliness, and security? (5.) What is the level of satisfaction of the instructor on the developed application in terms of: quiz question construction, quiz administration, quiz checking and recording, test item analysis, and data analytics?
  1246.  
  1247. METHODOLOGY
  1248. The researchers used the descriptive research design method and Agile method to make the development process of the study efficiently. The researchers compared the existing system and the proposed system by using a questionnaire to measure its acceptability and level of satisfaction. The researchers used weighted mean to measure the average of the gathered data, frequency and ranking for the results, and t-test to measure the difference between the existing and developed system. To minimize the population, the researchers used stratified random sampling.
  1249.  
  1250. RESULTS
  1251. The following findings have been established: (a) The instructors and students are convinced that the developed system performs its intended functions and very useful for them. It saves the time that the students consume in taking their quizzes, has a user friendly process and is very simple to use, and ensures the safety of their information when taking the quiz. (b) The t test result shows that there is a significant difference between the existing and the developed system in terms of functional suitability, performance efficiency, user friendliness and security. (c) Based on the evaluation on the developed system, the instructors were extremely satisfied with the. (d) The researchers discovered that the instructors were also satisfied to the way of analysing the data of a quiz of the students in the developed system.
  1252.  
  1253. CONCLUSIONS
  1254. Based on the findings of the study, the researchers concluded that using the developed system quiz construction and quiz administration can be easier, faster, and convenient. Thus, that the developed system was proven to be more secured, functional, efficient, and user friendly than the existing system. Therefore, the features of the developed system will be a big help for the instructors when it comes to quiz question construction, quiz administration, quiz checking and recording, test item analysis and data analytics.  
  1255.  
  1256. KEYWORDS
  1257. Quick quiz, management, application, Data analytics, test item analysis
  1258. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR PANTALAN
  1259. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
  1260. Axle Heinrich C. Ramos,  Shyla B. Catibog, Aramina B. Soreta
  1261. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1262. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1263. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1264. 2019
  1265.  
  1266.  
  1267. RATIONALE
  1268. Learning Management System for Pantalan Senior High School is a computerized educational process that has a feature for the teacher to post announcement to his/her class, upload lecture, assignment, create quiz for reviewer and upload grades. The student has a feature to view announcement posted by their teacher, download lecture, assignment, take quiz created by their teacher and view his/her grades. And has a feature for the parent of students to track their location and monitor their academic performance. The system has a web based environment for the teachers and students, while an android version of the system is intended for the parents.
  1269.  
  1270. OBJECTIVES
  1271. This study aimed to improve the traditional educational process in the said school and to have more communication between the teacher and student about the lessons and activities in the school as well as the communication between parent and student to monitor their child location and academic grades. In addition, the researchers want to determine the differences between the traditional educational process and the developed system based on their level of acceptability and satisfaction of the students and teachers in Pantalan Senior High School and parents.
  1272.  
  1273. METHODOLOGY
  1274. The researchers used ADDIE methodology for the development which guided the researchers to complete the system. After the development a self-made questionnaire was constructed based on IS0/IEC 25010 to evaluate the developed system. The evaluation phase was participated by 13 teachers, 227 students from Pantalan Senior High School and 50 parents. The data gathered was tallied and interpreted using weighted mean,T-test, and likert scale for the verbal interpretation of the results.
  1275.  
  1276. RESULTS
  1277. The findings revealed that the developed system was completely acceptable in terms of usability, functional suitability, performance efficiency, and reliability. For the level of satisfaction, the respondents are completely satisfied in terms of learning/teaching materials, communication, grades recording and quizzes administration. For the level of satisfaction of the parents,  they are completely satisfied with the tracking student location and viewing of grades.
  1278.  
  1279. CONCLUSIONS
  1280. The researchers utilized by the Pantalan Senior High School can still be improved to support the needs of both students and teachers. With this, a computerized system can be introduced to facilitate and improve the traditional educational methods and also, the researchers concluded that developed system is very usable and functional to the teachers and students. Using the system’s reliable features and functionality, educational process can be simplified in an efficient manner.
  1281.  
  1282.  
  1283.  
  1284.  
  1285.  
  1286.  
  1287.  
  1288.  
  1289. KEYWORDS
  1290. Learning Management System, Tracking Location, ADDIE, ISO/IEC 25010.
  1291. MEDICAL INVENTORY AND PATIENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
  1292. FOR OSPITAL NG NASUGBU
  1293. Arvie S. Paglicawan,  Ana Diana F. Angelio, Sherwin Dave F. Atie
  1294. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1295. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1296. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1297. 2019
  1298.  
  1299. RATIONALE
  1300. The study is about a Web-based System that will address the common problems encountered by the medical staff of OspitalngNasugbu. Currently, the existing system uses manual procedures. For this reason, the researchers designed a Medical Inventory and Patient Information System. After the evaluation of the developed system, it signifies that the respondents agree on its effectiveness.
  1301.  
  1302. OBJECTIVES
  1303. This study aims to develop Medical Inventory and Patient Information System for Ospital Ng Nasugbu that will aid the medical staff of OspitalngNasugbu. It also aims to help to manage and store information, and to have a better access to every file needed to assist patient for better service. The system will also provide a better decision making in-term of management.
  1304.  
  1305. METHODOLOGY
  1306. This study used the descriptive method of research with interview guide and survey questionnaire as the main data gathering instrument of which the copies were distributed. For system developed, the researchers used the Agile Method that consists of five phases, Meet, Plan, Design, Test and Evaluate. The researchers used the purposive expert sampling to gather all the data and information collected based upon the validated developed system, weighted mean are used in extensively in descriptive statistical analysis.
  1307.  
  1308. RESULTS
  1309. The following findings have been established: (1) compiling of data record is ranked the highest as the most common problem encountered in the current system; (2) the evaluation of the medical staff on level of satisfaction on the developed system is Satisfied; (3) the evaluation of the medical staff on level of security on the developed system is To a great extent; and (4) in the evaluation of the it experts on level of acceptability on the developed system is Completely Acceptable.
  1310.  
  1311. CONCLUSIONS
  1312. According to the findings of the study, Since the medical staff of OspitalngNasugbu encountered difficulties in record management. The researcher concluded that the developed system has a capability to compile data record, store and retrieve patient information and medical supply information status that should be help the OspitalngNasugbu to perform their work easier and faster than the existing system. Based on the statements, where given in terms of compiling patient medical record, providing report monitoring in patient and medicine inventory and register and retrieve patient record, the OspitalngNasugbu medical staff can fasten the input and retrieval of patient and medical records. Based on the statements, where given in terms of patient information record, staff clearance and staff access, the OspitalngNasugbu medical staff can eliminate the data breach since the access for each function will be limited depending on the user account. From the findings, the researchers conclude that the OspitalngNasugbu personnel can track every medical supply status and can create accurate and acceptable of report generation for every report needed.
  1313.  
  1314.  
  1315.  
  1316.  
  1317.  
  1318.  
  1319.  
  1320. KEYWORDS
  1321. OspitalngNasugbu, Agile Development, Inventory System, Hospital Management System, Nasugbu
  1322. BATSTATEU ICT MAINTENANCE MONITORING SYSTEM
  1323. Marlou J. Cabingan, Albert Steve V. Rañola, Noel B. Catapang
  1324. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1325. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1326. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1327. 2019
  1328.  
  1329. RATIONALE
  1330. The developed system was created through the comprehensive study of the researchers with the problems encountered by the ICT office of Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu. The problems encountered are Paper-based request of ICT equipment maintenance and check-up history, Reports generation about ICT Maintenance takes time to produce due to lack and noisy data and ICT office does not have updated maintenance information of ICT equipment. The system engaged in different actions and methods that will ensure the effectivity of BatStateU ICT Maintenance Monitoring system. By using this system, the ICT office can lessen the work on making paper-based of records and files.
  1331.  
  1332. OBJECTIVES
  1333. The study aimed to develop a system that will help the ICT department in maintaining, monitoring and also securing not just the data and information but also the computers of the university that ICT holds. Therefore, the researchers would like to create a system that will assist the ICT department in reinforcing the existing system.
  1334.  
  1335. METHODOLOGY
  1336. The researchers conducted methodology The researchers conducted a methodology to describe actions to be taken to investigate a research problem and the rationale for the application of specific procedures and techniques used to identify, select process, and analyzed information applied to understand the problem. Discuss the problems that were anticipated and the steps took to prevent them from occurring. Different presentations were scrutinized by the researchers to develop systematic procedures that helped them in producing and designing the project. The researchers used the Boehm’s Spiral Model as a method to finish the project and to monitor problem easily and effective. Boehm’s Model integrates risk management and incremental development.
  1337.  
  1338. RESULTS
  1339. These are the following finding gathered after the evaluation of the developed system: (1) the most common problem encountered by the ICT Office is Paper-based request of ICT equipment maintenance and check-up history; (2) Reports generation about ICT Maintenance takes time to produce due to lack and noisy data; and (3) ICT office does not have updated maintenance information of ICT equipment.
  1340.  
  1341. CONCLUSIONS
  1342. In accordance to the findings, the Maintenance Monitoring System for BatStateU ARASOF-Nasugbu ICT Office was highly acceptable in terms of and functionality, usability maintainability and security, while the system satisfaction in terms of functionality and usability was highly acceptable and it is easy to use, secured, and reliable because of its ability to provide information needed by the ICT admin and staffs. Some features can be enhanced and further improve for more effectivity of the developed system.
  1343.  
  1344.  
  1345.  
  1346.  
  1347.  
  1348.  
  1349.  
  1350.  
  1351.  
  1352.  
  1353.  
  1354.  
  1355.  
  1356.  
  1357. KEYWORDS
  1358. Maintenance, Monitoring, ICT, Devices, Records.
  1359. OB- GYNE CLINIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH MOBILE BASED PREGNANCY SUPPORT APPLICATION
  1360. Mark Christian S. Maquinez, Ericka Joy N. Manalo, Reyster Mercado
  1361. Vincent Alexander P. Vergara,  
  1362. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1363. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1364. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1365. 2019
  1366.  
  1367. RATIONALE
  1368. In order for the system to be developed, the system underwent different processes that St. Francis Xavier OB-Gyne Clinic and pregnant women would benefit through this system. The staffs can also manage the health tips which will provide guides, and examples of healthy pregnancy for the patients. The staff can also add medicine’s information that will be used in doctor’s prescribing system. The application shows the pregnant her estimated date of deliver. The application allows the patients to view health tips posted by the clinic’s staffs.
  1369.  
  1370. OBJECTIVES
  1371. The OB-Gyne Clinic Management System with Mobile Based Pregnancy Support Application, as it main purpose, will be able to help the staffs and mothers to minimize the time wasted on record management, scheduling appointments, prescribing system, recording doctors’ visits and to guide patients that are pregnant to a healthy pregnancy. The application also allow the pregnant to post update or notes about her pregnancy on the application’s diary. The system will notify the patients regarding to their appointments being cancelled or new appointment has been made through SMS on their mobile numbers.
  1372.  
  1373. METHODOLOGY
  1374. The researchers will use the Rapid Application Development design model as the framework in developing and finishing the project. This process was made of six phases these includes Requirements Planning, User Design, Prototyping, Construction, Testing and Cutover. These processes represent the guideline for building the project. The proponents will use purposive sampling to obtain the sample size of the users. The proponents will also prepare questionnaires for the respondents to evaluate the proposed application. For getting the sample size for patients, the proponents will use Slovin’s formula.
  1375.  
  1376. RESULTS
  1377. The significant findings of the study are the following: the staffs, and doctors of the clinic struggles from the following problems in the existing system. Wherein, loss of medical records was their main concern. The patients, staffs, and doctors highly accepted the developed system. The staffs rated the system as: Highly Acceptable for the reason that the system provides the needs of the intended users. The staffs are highly satisfied to the developed system, because the system allows the staffs to manage the patients’ records with ease and keep the records confidential and safe.
  1378.  
  1379. CONCLUSION
  1380. The system was successfully developed and covered the needs of the intended users and that the system is secured, reliable and accurate. The researchers therefore conclude that the evaluation of the system was successful. Furthermore the developed system can help the OB Clinic to the increase productivity client processing. Because of thus, development of a system that can help the clinic to minimize these problems is needed that developed system allows the patients to monitor their progress, schedule appointment, and recording the important notes on their checkups.
  1381.  
  1382.  
  1383.  
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  1385.  
  1386.  
  1387. KEYWORDS
  1388. Information System, Scheduling Appointment, Record Management, Ob-Gyne Clinic
  1389.  
  1390. LARO (LEARN AND REVIEW ONLINE): A MOBILE GAME FOR
  1391. PHILNITS IT PASSPORT EXAMINATION
  1392. Alfredo V. Atienza Jr., Trixie C. Panganiban, Arramina L. Aguilar,
  1393. Dyya B. Celo, Dan Martin P.  Masusi
  1394. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1395. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1396. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1397. 2019
  1398.  
  1399. RATIONALE
  1400. LARO (Learn and Review Online): A Mobile Game for PhilNITS IT Passport Examination is an android application, with web based for students and faculties profiling. Its researcher was developed to aim the review of PhilNITS to increase the passing rate of Batangas State ARASOF-Nasugbu students.
  1401.  
  1402. OBJECTIVES
  1403. The study entitled LARO (Learn and Review Online): A Mobile Game for PhilNITS IT Passport Examination aims to help the students and the CECS faculty to easily review the PhilNITS. In this system, you can take a online quiz or quiz for review. The goal of PhilNITS is to innovate well-informed education. This application provides eLearning, self-evaluation, and reinforcing your findings. While comparing this to learning “LARO (Learn and Review Online): A Mobile Game for PhilNITS IT Passport Examination”it can be online games and offline
  1404.  
  1405. METHODOLOGY  
  1406. Agile Method that will be used in this study.Agile software development is an approach to software development under which requirements and solutions evolve through the collaborative effort of self-organizing. The evaluation was participated by 147 respondents from CECS students and CECS faculty. After the evaluation, the gathered data was tallied and interpreted using weighted mean, t-test, and ranking.
  1407.  
  1408. RESULTS
  1409. The researchers conducted a survey for the evaluation of the development system and for the traditional review of the students. The researchers conducted a survey to required respondents of 147 of the IT/CS students and CECS faculty. After evaluation, the traditional review has a combined weighted mean of 3.98 in effectiveness, 3.92 in reliability, and 4.03 in availability, which define as a moderately acceptable. In developed android application has a combined weighted mean of 4.70 in effectiveness, 3.92 in reliability, and 4.71 in availability, which define as a highly acceptable. The result it was rated in highly acceptable in developed application.
  1410.  
  1411. CONCLUSIONS                                                                                                            
  1412. The researchers have several conclusions and observations during the development of the web and game application “LARO (Learn and Review Online): A Mobile Game for PhilNITS IT Passport Examination”. From the findings of the study, the following conclusions are drawn. The traditional way of reviewing in PhilNITS is more on self-study and self-understanding; the students also based their knowledge on what is written in the test papers and explanation of the professor.The researchers concluded that developed system is usable and functional to the instructor and IT/CS students who will take the PhilNITS exam. The developed game will help the students to pass the examination to increase the passing rate of PhilNITS examination. It helps the students to have a better understanding of the lesson. In evaluation result, the developers found out that there is significant difference between the traditional and developed application such as the game mode, online examination and online passing of the application form using the registered account of the student.
  1413.  
  1414.  
  1415.  
  1416.  
  1417.  
  1418.  
  1419.  
  1420.  
  1421.  
  1422. KEYWORDS
  1423. Online Examination, Android Game, Reviewer, Application, Online Quiz
  1424. BATSTATEU ARASOF-NASUGBU ANDROID BASED
  1425.  LOGIC CIRCUIT SIMULATOR
  1426. Samuel Jr. B. Callueng, Virgilio O. Macatigbac Jr.,
  1427. Joseph Lorenz H. Pagcaliwangan, Erica O. Baon,
  1428. College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
  1429. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology,
  1430. Batangas State University ARASOF-Nasugbu
  1431. 2018
  1432.  
  1433.  
  1434. RATIONALE
  1435. Previous works and studies of different authorities as regards the development of the game, served as the guide in its development. The completion of the project yielded different findings. The study revealed that the developed game is helpful and useful to students. It is proven with the evidence of excellent rating that was received from the respondents.
  1436. OBJECTIVES
  1437. The developed game is android based that will used lessen the cost of students expenses. It also help the students to support their modern way of learning.
  1438.  
  1439. METHODOLOGY
  1440. The study used a Rapid Application Development (RAD), which revolves around business modeling, data modeling, process modeling, application generation, testing and turn-over, and programming is done by the developers. All the steps in the cycle especially the testing of the system that extends to the proper development that was required to complete the game to be deployed. The data used were carefully analyzed and validated with the requirements and specifications of the game.
  1441. RESULTS
  1442. The following findings have been established: a. the game is highly acceptable to the extent that it support the modern way of learning; b. the develop game improves the manual system;
  1443. CONCLUSIONS
  1444. In accordance to the findings of the study, (1) There are several problems encountered by the system in the traditional method, (2) the existing system needs improvement to provide more accurate, and reliable information about the course. (3) The game was confirmed more reliable, functional and accurate based on the evaluation of the respondents than the existing system due to its respectable rating.
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  1459.  
  1460.  
  1461. KEYWORDS
  1462. Circuit, Android, Simulator
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