Solving shortest-route problems enables a business organization to use their resources more efficiently and minimize expenditures, thereby increasing overall production and profit. Consider the business or industry in which you work. What is a process that could be improved by the application of a shortest route linear programming model? How would this model improve production, profit, and/or efficiency?
n this phase, the researchers sent a communication letter to the Office of Student Affair (OSA) requesting for the approval of the said project. After granting the approval, the researchers conducted an interview to the OSA to determine their processes and types of transactions. Also, the researchers conduct an interview to the different student organization to determine their process in the said student organization. User Design. During this phase, users are to analyze in detail business activities associated with the proposed system area to analyze in detail the business data associated with the proposed system area to develop the system structure in terms of the automated and manual functions that will comprise the system to develop proposed screen layouts for the most important automated functions to select the appropriate construction approach for the system and to prepare a work plan defining the steps necessary for transition of the system, the effort required to perform these steps, and a schedule by which these steps can be completed. The UD stage produces a detailed system area model, an outline system design, and an implementation plan. End users participating in Joint Application Design (JAD) workshops perform the analysis and design activities associated with this stage (Powell-Morse, 2016). In this phase, the researchers used Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)(see Appendix E) for the design of the system and to show the abstract and conceptual representation of data, and Data Flow Diagram (DFD)(see Appendix F), for the overall processing design of the system and used to explain the flow of the system, and the Use Case Diagram (see Appendix G), was used to properly present to users administrator for t>GET ANSWER