Design and Implementation of an Online File Sharing System
TABLE OF CONTENT
Title Page i
Table of content v – vi
- INTRODUCTION 1 – 3
- PROBLEM STATEMENT 2 – 3
- OBJECTIVES 3
- SCOPE OF THE PROJECT WORK 3
- DOCUMENT OVERVIEW 4
2.0 INTRODUCTION 5-6
- TYPES OF FILE NETWORKS 6-7
- STRUCTURED FILE SHARING 7-8
- HYBRID P2P SYSTEMS 8
- FILE SHARING SYSTEM 8-11
- OVERLAY NETWORK 12-14
- THE LIMITATION OF P2P SYSTEM 14
3.0 INTRODUCTION 15
3.1 THESIS BACKGROUND 15-16
3.2 GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM 16 – 23
3.3 SYSTEM ANALYSIS 24 – 25
3.4 SYSTEM ARCHITECHTURE 25
SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
4.0 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION 26
4.1 SYSTEM SPECIFICATION 26
4.2 DATABASE SCREENSHOT 27 – 29
4.3 DISPLAY OF GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE 29 – 32
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.0 SUMMARY 39
5.1 CONCLUSION 39
5.2 RECOMMENDATION 39 – 40
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