Login/Logout System

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Chapter I
Introduction
Rationale The advancement of technology rapidly evolved, computerized systems were developed for the improvement and enhancement of human , as a matter of fact, most companies and institutions are using computerized system to aid some difficulties encountered the manual process.
Most private and public schools of Marinduque are using DTR and Log-Sheet for logging-in/logging-out. It has been helping institution and organization in monitoring their attendance of the personnel.
The Marinduque Academy (MA) is an educational incorporated that uses a manual Log-in/Log-out process. This manual process causes problems such as difficulties in computing the total hours worked by the employees. There is also lack of
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The result is client payroll services branded as a service of the accounting firm, with all client contact and billing handled by the practice.

In Addition Komarinski, (2006) An easy-to-understand synopsis of identification systems, presenting in simple language the process of fingerprint identification, from the initial capture of a set of finger images,. No other single work exists which reviews this important identification process from beginning to end. We examine the identification process for latent (crime scene) prints and how they are identified with these systems. While the primary focus is automated fingerprint identifications, the book also touches on the emergence and use of fingerprints in other biometric systems. Criminal justice administrators, policy makers, and students of forensic science and criminal justice will find a reference to the known limitations and advantages of these systems. This book provides information as to the critical and continual need for properly trained individuals as well as an understanding of the direct and indirect costs associated with maintaining these systems. An understanding of the entire system and what it means will prove invaluable. Why are there missed identifications? Why are identifications made on one database that are not made on another database? Key terms and issues are included, and well as suggestions for improving the overall number of

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