Explain the role of use cases for the creation of

Explain the role of use cases for the creation of a domain model of the problem domain and draw use case diagrams for all systems in the case study that show all actors and use cases.

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  1. Identify and briefly describe the main functional and non-functional requirements for the major systems areas of the case study.
  2. Explain the role of use cases for the creation of a domain model of the problem domain and draw use case diagrams for all systems in the case study that show all actors and use cases.
  3. Draw a UML domain model class diagram for all systems in your chosen case study. Be as specific and accurate as possible, given the information provided. If needed information is not given, make realistic assumptions.
  4. Review the functional and non-functional requirements for the major systems areas of the case study you have developed in question 1. Then, for each of the five design activity of SDLC, list and briefly describe some specific tasks required for each design activities (i.e., describing the environment, designing application components, user interfaces, the database, and software methods.
  5. Develop a System Vision Document to give the total vision of the system and develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) for the project’s first iteration.

 

Rationale

This assessment tasks covers the fundamental concepts of object modeling, use cases, dynamic models and has been designed to ensure that you are engaging with the subject content on a regular basis. The purpose of the assessment task is to strengthen the student`s skill in developing a detailed OO design using UML notation, based on a set of user requirements. More specifically it assess your ability to:

 

  • Apply the concepts of object orientation methodology (Learning outcome 1);
  • Analyse system requirements to determine the use cases and domain model of the problem domain (Learning outcome 3);
  • Create class diagrams and dynamic models with UML notations (Learning outcome 4);
  • Perform modeling of various aspects of systems to construct quality diagrams from a case study (Learning outcome 6).

 

 

Marking criteria

Criteria HD          DI            CR           PS           FL

Q1. Identify and briefly describe the main functional and non-functional requirements for the major systems areas of the case study.

Marks: 80%

                a)All possible functional and non-functional requirements are identified and described for the major systems areas of the case study.            a)All major functional and non-functional requirements are identified and described for the major systems areas of the case study.              a)Some functional and non-functional requirements are identified and described for the major systems areas of the case study.  a)Few functional and non-functional requirements are identified and described for the major systems areas of the case study.             a)Functional and non-functional requirements are identified with major errors.

Q2. Explain the role of use cases for the creation of a domain model of the problem domain and draw use case diagrams for all systems in the case study that show all actors and use cases.

Marks: 80%         a)Comprehensive explanation about the role of use cases and all use case diagrams are accurate.                a)Mostly comprehensive explanation about the role of use cases and all use case diagrams are mostly accurate.                a)Mostly comprehensive explanation about the role of use cases and use case diagrams are mostly accurate. Minor omissions only  a)Reasonable explanation about the role of use cases and use case diagrams are not always accurate. Some omissions only  a)Major omissions in the explanation.

Q3. Draw a UML domain model class diagram for all systems and subsystems in your chosen case study.

Marks: 80%         a)UML domain model class diagram is accurate for all systems and subsystems; identified all possible domain classes and some attributes, showing logical relationships among all domain classes.       a)UML domain model class diagram is mainly accurate for all systems and subsystems; identified all possible domain classes and some attributes, showing logical relationships among all domain classes.

Some omissions.

                a)UML domain model class diagram is accurate for all systems and subsystems; however domain classes and their attributes are not always accurate, logical relationships have some errors among domain classes.             a)UML domain model class diagram is not always accurate for all systems and subsystems; domain classes and their attributes are not always accurate, logical relationships have some errors among domain classes.  a)UML domain model class diagram have major omissions

Q4. Review the functional and non-functional requirements for the major systems areas of the case study you have developed in question 1. Then, for each of the five design activities of SDLC, list and briefly describe some specific tasks required for each design activity (i.e., describing the environment, designing application components, user interfaces, the database, and software methods. Marks: 80%   a)All five design activities of SDLC are accurately listed and briefly described some specific tasks required for each design activity.      a)All five design activities of SDLC are mostly accurately listed and briefly described some specific tasks required for each design activity    a)Four design activities of SDLC are accurately listed and briefly described some specific tasks required for each design activity.          a)Four design activities of SDLC are mostly accurately listed and briefly described some specific tasks required for each design activity.         a)Less than four design activities of SDLC are listed and briefly described some specific tasks required for each design activity.

Major omissions in the explanation.

 

Q5. Develop a System Vision Document to give the total vision of the system and develop a work breakdown structure (WBS) for the project’s first iteration.

Marks: 80%         a)Accurate System Vision Document giving the total vision of the system including clear problem description, describe major

system capabilities areas, and identify all possible business benefits

                a)Mostly accurate System Vision Document giving the total vision of the system including clear problem description, describe major

system capabilities areas, and identify all possible business benefits

                a)Mostly accurate System Vision Document giving the total vision of the system including clear problem description, describe major system capabilities areas, and identify all possible business benefits.

Minor omissions only

                a)Reasonable accuracy to develop System Vision Document which gives the vision of the system including problem description, system capabilities, and business benefits

Some omissions only

                a)Wrong way to develop System Vision Document.

 

Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, and Q5

Presentation and clarity (accuracy, spelling, grammar, punctuation)

Marks: 20%         b) Fluent writing style appropriate to the assignment with accurate grammar and spelling.

 

  1. b) Mostly Fluent writing style appropriate to assignment with accurate grammar and spelling. b) Mostly fluent writing style appropriate to the assignment with mostly accurate grammar and spelling. Minor omissions only. b) Writing style not always fluent or well organised and grammar and spelling contain errors.

 

  1. b) Writing style not fluent or well-organised, and many grammatical and spelling mistakes.
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