SCSV4134 PSM 2


Table of Content
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Literature Review
Chapter 3 Methodology
Chapter 4 Implementation
Chapter 5 Evaluation
Chapter 6 Conclusion

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Guide | How to write SCSV thesis/disseration

How to create objective : * refer to ADDIE approach by sequence
Example – 

  1. To study/analyze ….
  2. To design/develop ….
  3. To implement/integrate ….

Thesis Manual (2018) – (update on 07/08/2019)


User acceptance Blackbox testing – user engage with your application without planning and without instruction on want to do – record a video to do a analysis later.

Usability involves number of aspects and consists of various factors such as:

  1. Functionality: how the application supports the actual tasks of the users.
  2. Easy to learn: how easy is learning about the application for various user groups.
  3. Easy to remember: the effort require to remember how to interact with interface interactive system.
  4. Effectiveness: the effectiveness of the application to reach user goal.
  5. Efficiency: there sources necessary for the user to interact with the application.
  6. Satisfaction: is the user satisfied with the application.
  7. Understanding: how easy it is to understand what the application performs; this is important in unusual situations such as errors while carrying out a task with the application.
  8. Design standards: how the system can adapted to a standard design interface.

In order to measure this aspect, you need to provide a questionnaire (Liker Scale measurement). Usability testing refers to activities performed with users – involving the participation of users to perform the evaluation.

** a questionnaire and snap-shots are the main instruments of analysis of the application. Please make sure you snap a picture of the evaluation scene.

Performance metrics are measured after actual tests from video records. (Time completion task – The completion time of two different tasks were in line with user normal working speed.)

Sample :