The problem is that the Audio CDs covers are always kept collectively in a number of generic storage boxes and units, and even though all the CDs are in their respective covers, the covers are kept in a very chaotic manner within random storage boxes; thereby making it difficult for the next or even the same RJ to work efficiently. The current process of operations is as follows:
The largest dilemma is the fact that the CDs are being kept in boxes which are random and unstructured, and that too without any logical field or database filtering, as well as without any means of identification. Therefore, the prime focus would be to craft a system that might logically structure and identify the contents of each generic CD box.
And not only shall the process involve classification of the boxes, but furthermore, within these CD cases the CDs might be arranged based on the genre, date released, names (alphabetical), or even based on the preference of the RJ.
Following the discussions within the previous segment, the solution will be drafted based on the chief dilemma which is Unstructured and unorganized input boxes following which the elucidation of the remaining chain of commands from figure 1 shall be consequential.
Ultimately, amongst the available choices of filtering the data by either genre, RJ's preference, name of the band and artist, or date launched; the easiest and the most convenient methodology would be possible only if the CDs have been organized by the name of the artist or band. These CD's shall not be alphabetically thrown into a generic box, but a valid automatic CD holder such as the one depicted within figure 2 below:
Figure 2: Automatic CD holder [By courtesy of: ( CDRackem.com Inc., N.D.)]
A mechanism like this shall make the manual inward and outward of the CDs or DVDs as easy as possible whilst making sure that the burden of exploration of CDs has been reduced drastically. It is expected that the station might require about 30 Boxes in all, considering the holding capacity of each box to be approximately 100 CD's or DVD's.
The system shall operate in the following manner:
Each alphabet (A, B, C '. Z) shall be classified separately and shall have a further sub division, like Aa, Ab' Ba, Bb' Za' Zz
Although it is not a compulsion that each alphabet has a separate CD drum, but the CD drums must be stacked in an alphabetical manner with CDs within them arranged alphabetically too; furthermore, the sub categories shall be marked within these CD Drums with the help of stickers