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Running head: DOCUMENT VENDING APPLICATION 1 Design and Implementation of the Document Vending Application Name of Student University Affiliation
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DOCUMENT VENDING APPLICATION 2 1. Introduction Technology is increasingly being used as an alternative way of sharing documents for information sharing. Many organizations including media companies, institutional libraries, journal databases and other similar organizations have shifted their focus to tap into the growing online demand for vending documents. To develop a successful document vending system, however, a careful design of an Architecture of Multi-Tiered model is necessary. While most of the existing models provide an equally useful platform for the execution of the technology, implementation of the model in the powerful Java Programming Language provides developers with an entry opportunity to tap into the on-demand smartphone use. 1.1. The relevance of the Topic Most of the existing models in the market are presented over web-based applications written in HTML and other web-based languages. Although web-based access of files and documents for sharing and vending might seem more preferable for their ease of implementation, they present a challenge when it comes to interactive operation, especially in low network areas ( Uehara, 2004). Java programming language on the other hand provides a robust technology for application in both developments of applets and Android devices. It seems, therefore, reasonable to redevelop these models using Java technology. 1.2. Problem Statement Web-based document vending systems presents a serious interactive access for their users. There is need to create a client-server system that is implemented in a language that is cross-platform and allow easy development of an easy interaction between the users and the server.
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