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AbstractAZDBLab is a Java application that enables its users to perform experiments on databases and record the results. These results are then used to test new theories relating to databases. It works very well in most cases, but is lacking in others. AZDBLab is a complex system that at times seems impossible to comprehend or add to. The purpose behind this project was to reorganize AZDBLab to allow future developers to understand and expand upon it faster, as well as increasing the amount of useful documentation. Improving the documentation included creating several documentation files and UML diagrams of the code.
Degree ProgramHonors College