Project FrogStar Deliverables
- Project Plan
- User Manual
- Developer Manual
This document provides the original project proposal submitted at the beginning of the FrogStar capstone project. The proposal outlines, in abstract terms, the goals and intent of the project as understood at its outset.
This document provides an overview for the FrogStar project. Presented within this document are the software and hardware resources, a schedule for significant milestones and deliverables, the roles and responsibilities of individual team members, and risk management strategies. A glossary of technical and project-specific terms used is also provided in Appendix A.
This document provides all of the functional and non-functional requirements for the TCU Computer Science Senior Design project, FrogStar. In addition, use-case diagrams and descriptions are included in order to show the functionality of the system. These requirements where given to the development team by the clients, Dr. Liran Ma and Dr. Donnell Payne, from the TCU Computer Science Department.
This document provides a complete description of the FrogStar system design. Included in this document are the design constraints, system architecture and major component descriptions, storage formats, Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams (state, class, and sequence), and the user interface prototypes.
This document provides a complete explanation of how the user will interact with FrogStar. Included are instructions on how to begin using the FrogStar system and explanations of the components required for the system to operate correctly.
This document provides a guide on how to install and setup the entire FrogStar system for future developers. Also provided will be explanations as to how to maintain and modify the system as the need may arise.
- Fall Walkthrough
- Fall Final
- Spring Walkthrough
- NTASC Part 1
- NTASC Part 2
- Class Final
- Final With Videos
A faculty presentation detailing progress up until the Fall Walkthrough presented to attending TCU Computer Science professors.
A faculty presentation detailing progress during the fall semester presented to attending TCU Computer Science professors.
A faculty presentation detailing progress as of February 4, 2014 presented to attending TCU Computer Science professors.
Part 1 of Team FrogStar's presentation, covering a broad overview of the project, the system hardware, and the system architecture, for the North Texas Area Student Conference at Midwestern State University on April 5th 2014.
Part 2 of Team FrogStar's presentation, covering the key requirements and software components, with included demos of the Android application and the prototype vehicle, for the North Texas Area Student Conference at Midwestern State University on April 5th, 2014.