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Review Of Related Literature

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Chapter 2
Review of Related Literature and Studies

Review of Related Literature and Studies
A review of related literature and studies is the theories which the researchers use to explain the existence of a research problem and use as a bases in analyzing relationship between variables can be generated from reference books and of collecting, selecting and reading books, journals, reports, abstract, and other reference materials. The Chapter begins with the Introduction, Related Literature, Foreign Literature, Local Literature, Related Studies, Foreign Studies, Local Studies and the Synthesis and Significance of the Study.
Introduction
In this chapter the following proposed system ...view middle of the document...

For more understanding to the system the author provided some figures with expiation. The first figure shows the relationship between the end user and the web server and how the users interface stats and the application is done step by step. The second figure shows the relationship between the user and the screen. The screen transfer HTML codes to interface and when the user interact with it some process are done then the screen shows another pages. While the third figure shows how each page is related to each other.
The user can go to the next page by three ways. The first one is the user after inserting his/her information goes through pages in sequence way. The second way by navigation and this way provide the user the ability to go the the pervious pages or to login page. The final one is one user insert unaccepted the page will keep the recent page.
This article is almost a UML designing. JAVA is one of the suggested tools for building this system. This system common with our system in with some of reservation process; such as storing the customer information and choosing the payment method. Also, this system used JAVA as our system but it differs in the kind of user, this system is used online by the guest while our system is used locally by the employee of the hotel.
This system is retrieved from http://www.liacs.nl/assets/Bachelorscripties/2006-08JanneLouw.pdf
Fernandez, E, & Yuan, X, (1999). An analysis Pattern for Reservation and Use of Reusable Entities. An analysis pattern for reservation and used of reusable Entities is an article that focuses on the pattern for making a reservation for hotel. This article is written by Fernandez and Yuan. First it goes through the problem then solution, requirements and consequences. The article is supported with some diagrams that make the understanding more clear.
The problem occurs when the user’s needs to reserve a hotel room or vehicle for that the system needs a table for hotel rooms and vehicle. In order to avoid duplicated reservation for same room or vehicle the system needs a table for available rooms and vehicle. Also, the user may needs to review the reservation so the system has a table for reservation.
In the solution part the article first discussed the used case for requirements. The first use case is making reservation, in this case the user make research for available demand by using date. When the demand which is room or vehicle is available the user can do reservation. The second use case is use a reserved entity. In this case when the usage of reservation is done, the room or vehicle is recorded as available again. The third use case is modifying the reservation. The fourth use case is cancelling the reservation.
This system can be used for other reservation like seats for flight. Also, this system can record the history of reservation. This system is similar to our system in making reservation and history but differs in environment. This system is...

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