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Summary
This project is being undertaken on behalf of the Harbour Centre Allied Medical Practice in Hong Kong. The goal of the project is to develop a system that will aid the client in the design of Feng Shui compliant rooms. As the centre is currently undergoing refurbishment, the client is hoping to take the opportunity to re-design rooms (especially the patient bedrooms) in accordance with this ancient system of Chinese beliefs in order attract fortune and prosperity. A new system needs to be developed as existing room design software lacks the ability to incorporate rules into the design of rooms. At present the client’s only option is consult Feng Shui experts when designing a room. As well as being expensive, this process is somewhat hit and miss as without a detailed knowledge of Feng Shui most of designs he submits to the consultants turn out to be flawed. Ideally the client would like a system that would be able to provide him with feedback when designing a room.

Contents
Summary 1
Acknowledgments 2
Chapter 1 – Introduction 3
1.1 Aim 3
1.2 Objectives 3
1.3 Minimum Requirements 3
1.4 Possible Extensions 4
1.5 Schedule 4
Chapter 2 – Background Research 5
2.1 Feng Shui 5
2.2 Existing Systems 6
2.3 Rule Based Systems 8
2.3.1 History 8
2.3.2 Design Issues 9
2.4 XML 11
Chapter 3 – Design 13
3.1 Methodology 13
3.1.1 Waterfall Model 13
3.1.2 Prototyping 14
3.1.3 Incremental Prototyping 15
3.2 Technology 15
3.2.1 C++ 15
3.2.2 Java 16
3.2.3 Java3D 17
3.2.4 OpenGL 17
3.3 XML API 17
3.4 Class Diagram 17
3.5 User Interface 18
3.6 File Format 20
3.6.1 Furniture Information 20
3.6.2 Room Layout 21
Chapter 4 – Implementation 21
4.1 GUI Class 22
4.2 Renderer Class 23
4.3 Rule Class 24
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4.4 Furniture Class 24
4.5 FurnitureHandler Class 24
4.6 Texturing 25
4.7 Objects File 26
4.8 Layout File 27
Chapter 5 – Results and Evaluation 28
5.1 Case study 28
5.2 Evaluation criteria 34
5.3 Technical Evaluation 34
5.3.1 Minimum Requirements 35
5.3.2 Possible Extensions 36
5.3.3 Problems 36
5.4 User Evaluation 37
5.4.1 Usability 37
5.4.2 Functionality 38
5.4.3 Reliability 38
Chapter 6 – Conclusions and Future Directions 39
6.1 Conclusions 39
6.2 Project Management 39
6.3 Future Directions 40
References 41
Appendix A 44
Personal Reflection 44
Appendix B 45
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