Resource Monitoring System (RMS) is a CPI project, planned,
researched, designed, and presented by a group of Old Dominion
University's computer science undergraduates of spring 2003
semester and perfected in the fall 2003 semester.
RMS focuses on a societal problem with a technological
solution to that problem.
"Every septic system is designed to process only certain daily flows of wastewater.
Exceeding these limits will impact both the quality and volume of
wastewater that enters the drainfield."
As you go through this website you will recognize how RMS
provides a technological solution to solve this problem.
Productivity Initiative (CPI) began as a research project
that was supported by the National Science Foundation as the
first attempt of tying together a Computer Science set of curricula
courses by providing a project based course sequence that required
the knowledge and skills previously learned. Since the completion
and reporting of the research success, several courses of a
similar nature have been developed and placed in use as part
of the curricula of other universities. All information on this
site, pertains to CS410
and CS411 projects at
Old Dominion University. If any question arise, please contact
Janet Brunelle or Dennis Ray.