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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING FPT UNIVERSITY CapStone Project Document STUDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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STS Group Member Tran Trong Son Le Minh Thang Le Viet Hung Dao Quoc Thanh Mai Minh Duc Vu Minh Kien 00065 00069 00062 00067 00039 00046 sontt00065 (leader) thanglm00069 hunglv00062 thanhdq00067 ducmm00039 kienvm00046 Supervisor Mr. Nguyen Truong Long Ext Supervisor CapStone Project code
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- Hanoi, 09/2010 -
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1. Introduction Information technology is evolving at an amazing pace. Personal computers fax machines, pagers, and cell phones are in the hands of millions of people worldwide. Similarly, interest in smart card technology has soared in the 1990’s, and by the year 2000 the number and variety of smart card-based applications exploded around the world. The driving factors of the growing interest in smart cards include the declining cost of smart cards and the growing concern that magnetic stripe cards cannot provide the protections necessary to thwart fraud and security breaches. This security issue alone may propel smart card technology to the forefront of business transactions. What is Smart Card? The term Smart Card is loosely used to describe any card with a capability to relate information to a particular application such as magnetic stripe, optical, memory, and microprocessor cards. It is more precise, however to refer to memory and microprocessor cards as smart cards. - A magnetic stripe card has a strip of magnetic tape material attached to its surface. This is the standard technology used for bankcards. - Optical cards are bank card-size, plastic cards that use some form of laser to write and read the card. - Memory cards can store a variety of data, including financial, personal, and specialized information; but cannot process information. - Smart cards with a microprocessor look like standard plastic cards, but are equipped with an embedded Integrated Circuit (IC) chip. Microprocessor cards can store information, carry out local processing on the data stored, and perform complex calculations. These cards take the form of either “contact” cards that require a card reader or “contactless” cards which use radio
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