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Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA
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IJMLC 2015 Vol.5(5): 359-367 ISSN: 2010-3700
DOI: 10.7763/IJMLC.2015.V5.534

Mobile Web-Based Student Integrated Information System

Maria Cecilia G. Cantos, Lorena W. Rabago, and Bartlome T. Tanguilig
Abstract—This paper describes a conducive and structured information exchange environment for the students of the College of Computer Studies in Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation in Lucena City, Philippines. The system was developed to help the students check their academic result every end of the semester, make self-enlistment that would assist the students to manage their academic status that can be viewed in their mobile phones. This system would also help the dean to predict how many number of sections to be created for the next semester. The researchers applied Hill Climbing Algorithm search technique for the system particularly in creating self-enlistment and finding the best set of courses to the class schedule, and in projection of number of sections to be created for the next semester. Rapid Application Development (RAD) was utilized for the system development; PHP as the programming language, and MySQL as the database. The testing process of the system was done before deploying it to the internet. The process was done in different processors, operating systems and different mobile device platforms. The system’s evaluation involved 67 respondents from the College of Computer Studies in Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation in Lucena City, Philippines. The researchers made use of ISO 9126 based Likert modified scale type of questionnaire that assess the system’s acceptability in terms of functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability and portability. Non-probability sampling method was used in selecting respondents under a purposive-sampling scheme. The results of the evaluation for the prototype yielded a general weighted mean of 4.44 that describes the respondents strongly agree that the developed system was acceptable.

Index Terms—Hill climbing algorithm, integrated system, mobile web-based, student information system.

M. C. G. Cantos is with the Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation, Lucena City, Quezon Province, Philippines. She is also with the Information Technology in Technological Institute of the Philippines, Quezon City, Manila, Philippines (tel.: +63423734027, +639994556893; e-mail: mgcantos@gmail.com).
L. W. Rabago and B. T. Tanguilig are with the Information Technology in Technological Institute of the Philippines, Quezon City, Manila, Philippines.

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Cite: Maria Cecilia G. Cantos, Lorena W. Rabago, and Bartlome T. Tanguilig, "Mobile Web-Based Student Integrated Information System," International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing vol.5, no. 5, pp. 359-367, 2015.

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