Scientific and Technical Activities Management Automation of the Department of Structures from Metal, Wood, and Plastics

  • T. A. DmytrenkoEmail author
  • A. O. Dmytrenko
  • T. M. Derkach
  • L. A. Klochko
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 73)


The problem of introducing the latest information technologies into the management of higher educational institutions training specialists in the construction industry departments is considered. The theoretical and methodological aspects analysis of improving reporting in educational institutions and a special attention are paid to the current state of ERP—systems development. Creating an intellectual information management system necessity for scientific and technical activities of the teaching staff at higher educational institution technical direction departments is substantiated. The main functions should provide this developed software module are given. Using the Unified Modeling Language for more detailed module designing of the scientific and technical activities department management is provided. The possibility of using use-case diagrams that visually reflect various interaction scenarios between users and use-cases and describe the functional system aspects is presented. Particular attention is drawn to the detailed developed database description of the module for the scientific and technical activities management of the department of Structures from Metal, Wood, and Plastics. The developed interface is presented; the main requirement for this was accessibility and understandability for all users. The information management system of the department of Structures from Metal, Wood, and Plastics provides for checking the text for uniqueness by the teacher or user. Requirements for testing a software product are given. Based on the study, a software-based module for managing the department scientific and technical activities is proposed, which general information system part is “Portal—Department.”


Intellectual system Semantic text analysis Department scientific activity 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Poltava National Technical Yuri Kondratyuk UniversityPoltavaUkraine

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