Introduction This thesis contributes new and unique evidence to the debates surrounding population changes in the entire world of information beyond our technology. Through the use of documentary evidence it investigates both mortality and life expectancy rates of the students of our school. In so doing it provides the largest single closed population group examined to date for this period and, importantly, the first sample to follow the experiences of children and adolescents.
Source materials are analyzed, with particular attention paid to their applicability to the study. We decided to create a system like this which is the Attendance System to prevent the crucial situation when it becomes in attendance, The Attendance System is also presented, demonstrating how the database has been specifically designed to link the data from the different source materials for efficient analysis of information.
This chapter outlines the wide range of source materials on which this thesis has drawn, and the way in which data have been collected and managed from these sources. Given below is a description of the records kept by the students of our school Branch that have been consulted for this thesis, the survival of this material, and its state of preservation.
The above discussion has evaluated the product life cycle and marketing entry plan of the modifications of the Attendance System. Through this analysis, the company has utilized some marketing concept to be able to be competitive in the business world and to make their product be marketable. It can be concluded that the new product developed has a big opportunity to conquer the marketplace if the strategy discussed above will be used effectively and efficiently.