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Articles by M.H.N.M. Nasir
Total Records ( 4 ) for M.H.N.M. Nasir
  M.H.N.M. Nasir , N.H. Hassan and S.S.M. Fauzi
  This study will point out the major windows registry security issues in windows-based platforms and explain how the development of an automated tool can enhance the security level and optimize the performance of the system by tuning the windows registry settings. This security tool named registry tuning tool can assist the system administrator to optimize The registry settings in a simpler, faster way than manually configured tools. With added features such as dynamic-binding mechanism, multi-user environment support and user authentication, this tool is more usable, flexible and secure and applicable for any level of users. The tool developed then test by 50 users to see the usability, reliability, security and correctness of its functionality.
  S.H.A. Hamid , M.H.N.M. Nasir and N.H. Hassan
  In this study, discusses enhancing the e-learning system by employing a distributed database that apply reusable learning object as one of the technologies that is applied to e-learning development. An e-learning system named e-notes is able to assist students and facilitators to interact with each other. Learning objects are used to conceptualize the learning process and offer accessibility, interoperability, adaptability, durability, reusability and granularity for the e-learning environment. This study also shows the test result of a comparison for learning objects` performance applied to a centralized database and a distributed database and the performance in reusability of learning objects. The e-notes architecture, based on a client-side application, is designed with the intention to help the student in a computer tutorial system which offers reusability attributes.
  M.H.N.M. Nasir , R. Ahmad and N.H. Hassan
  This research attempted to identify and analyze main resistance factors which influenced the implementation of the software process improvement project specifically companies operated in Malaysia including local and multi-national companies. The findings helped other software companies to manage future projects through the use of preventive actions or proper planning which intended to lessen anticipated problems during software process improvement projects implementation. This research used a survey instrument to gather data from 29 companies operated across Malaysia with the total of 174 business and software professionals responded. Average of 4 to 8 questionnaires were distributed to each company with the objective of getting wider views on each SPI project. The questionnaires were mainly distributed to professionals who are directly involved in SPI projects. The results showed that the most critical resistance factor is lack of adhesion and participation of the entire individual involved in SPI projects.
  M.H.N.M. Nasir , S.H. Hamid and H. Hassan
  This study presents the application of Web Modeling Language (WebML) in a Student Appointment Management System (SAMS) to help students and lecturers arrange meetings in an effective and efficient way in a university or college environment. WebML is well designed for web applications and .NET four-tier architecture offers maximum functionality and flexibility in a heterogeneous, web based environment. Each WebML elements is transformed accordingly to Hypertext model as known as site views of SAMS is believed to work best in implementing an appointment management system and turning the traditional management approach into current web technology. Comparisons with existing similar systems are presented based on three typical quality attribute requirements for web applications: usability, performance and maintainability. The usability of SAMS is measured by applying the Goal-Question-Metrics (GQM) approach in questionnaires to collect users’ opinions on the system, especially the interface, while the maintainability of this system is measured using the cyclomatic complexity technique. From the survey it is proven that SAMS fulfils the usability requirements as the results show that 67% of lecturers and 75% of students were satisfied with the overall system.
 
 
 
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