Title

Logos Forensics Association Inter-Tournament Tabulator

Lead Author Major

Computer Science

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Michael Doherty

Faculty Mentor Department

Computer Science

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Leili Javadpour

Additional Faculty Mentor Name

Osvaldo Jimenez

Abstract/Artist Statement

The Logos Forensics Association Inter-Tournament Tabulator (LFAITT) is an inter-tournament tabulation solution for speech and debate leagues. With LFAITT, league administrators can rank student and school performance throughout a competitive season. The application includes event management, result entry, verification, and output. Event management allows users to add, remove, and customize offered events and their tie breakers. LFAITT offers verification options to assist users in ensuring the validity of entered results. Final results can be output in plaintext or HTML formats for display on the web. Data is stored locally in an SQLite database. LFAITT has a number of practical enhancements including a dark theme to reduce eye strain from prolonged program use, auto-saving, and reloading last session on application launch. LFAITT was designed for the Logos Forensics Association, a private school speech and debate league sponsored by the Institute for Principle Studies and supports windows systems.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

2-5-2015 2:30 PM

End Date

2-5-2015 4:30 PM

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Logos Forensics Association Inter-Tournament Tabulator

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The Logos Forensics Association Inter-Tournament Tabulator (LFAITT) is an inter-tournament tabulation solution for speech and debate leagues. With LFAITT, league administrators can rank student and school performance throughout a competitive season. The application includes event management, result entry, verification, and output. Event management allows users to add, remove, and customize offered events and their tie breakers. LFAITT offers verification options to assist users in ensuring the validity of entered results. Final results can be output in plaintext or HTML formats for display on the web. Data is stored locally in an SQLite database. LFAITT has a number of practical enhancements including a dark theme to reduce eye strain from prolonged program use, auto-saving, and reloading last session on application launch. LFAITT was designed for the Logos Forensics Association, a private school speech and debate league sponsored by the Institute for Principle Studies and supports windows systems.