Designing a library management system for Gazi Husrev-beg library using data structure and algorithm

Authors

  • Israa Al-Barazanchi
  • Haider Rasheed Abdulshaheed

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37868/hsd.v1i2.12

Abstract

Islamic manuscripts, documents, and religious books go way back in the early ages. These have been preserved at Balkans in the library named Gazi Husrev-beg, Library in an extensive manner. The premises are situated in the vicinity of a mosques complex called Sarajevo where the massive collection is articulated and catalogued in a brand new manner. It has a rich database in learning the Ottoman Empire and more specifically the Balkans in precision. The library was officially started in 2014 stating to be a state-of-art for the aspirers, researchers, historians, archeologists and every enthusiast as well as for general public. This research paper is devised in order to formulate a structure for library management system that can help preserve the age old assets like books, manuscripts, journals, articles, DVDs, etc. Everything is electronically managed and stored in a peculiar format. In order to keep a note on the entire system, the structure is beneficial to students, professors, librarians, public visitors etc. The process of issuing a given entity (book, or journal, or manuscript or anything from the library) and returning is kept a digital track and predefined penalty is cited to the individual if the returning of entity is late, or damaged, or misplaced. To maintain this procedure in a manual format might be confusing and tedious. To overcome the stress of maintaining this manually, a data structure is prepared, and algorithms are formed to get access of the library from multiple places of Gazi Husrev-beg Library.

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2019-12-30

How to Cite

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I. Al-Barazanchi and H. R. Abdulshaheed, “Designing a library management system for Gazi Husrev-beg library using data structure and algorithm”, Heritage and Sustainable Development, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 64–71, Dec. 2019.

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