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Computer Science Department
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Course Title: Adaptive Software Engineering Course Number: g22.3033-007
Instructor : Jean-Claude Franchitti Session: 2
(Individual) Assignment #1 – System Analysis and Design
I. Due Monday February 9, 2004 , at the beginning of class.
- Learn how to analyze a problem scenario.
- Learn the process of defining requirements and deriving specifications.
- Slides and handouts posted on the course Web site
IV. Software Required
- Microsoft Word.
- Win Zip as necessary.
1. Problem Statement:
The university student registration system is unable to cope with the high volume of telephone calls received at registration time. An online student registration system needs to be developed.
2. Perform a system investigation and analyze the system to determine the requirements (operational, functional, hardware, software, input, process, output, etc.) for such a system. Each requirement should be numerically itemized .
3. Document the requirements and specifications in a file using Microsoft Word. A list of what is to be included is included in the SRS document located at the end of this assignment. You may include any diagrams that will help in the analysis. Save the file as a Word document . Name the file Assignment1.doc .
- Email your assignment file to your TA.
- Electronic: Your assignment file must be emailed to the TA. The file must be created and sent by the beginning of class. After the class period, the program is late. The email clock is the official clock.
- Written : Printout of the file. The cover page supplied on the next page must be the first page of your assignment file
Fill in the blank area for each field.
The sequence of the hardcopy submission is:
1. Cover sheet
2. System Analysis and Design sheet(s)
VII. Sample Cover Sheet:
Name ________________________ Username: ______________ Date: ____________ (last name, first name ) Section: ___________
Assignment Layout (25%)
o Assignment is neatly assembled on 8 1/2 by 11 paper .
o Cover page with your name (last name first followed by a comma then first name), username and section number with a signed statement of independent effort is included.
o System Analysis and Design documentation is correct. o File name is correct.
System Requirement Specifications (SRS) (75%)
o Follow standard SRS documentation format. o Assumptions provided when required.
o System investigation.
o Requirement definition. o Complete SRS.
Total in points ___________________ Professor’s Comments:
Affirmation of my Independent Effort: _____________________________
VIII. Sample System Analysis and Design Sheet:
System Requirements Specification ( Online Registration System)
Required Content :
System Investigation & Analysis Methodology
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CG • Section 8WK • 11/08/2019 to 04/16/2020 • Modified 09/05/2023
This practical course in information systems development will cover the concepts, skills, methodologies (RAD as well as SDLC), and tools essential for systems analysts to successfully develop information systems. The course will also introduce the student to the Oracle Designer CASE tools, which will be used to assist in the documentation of the analysis and design phases. The course will include a significant amount of team-based activities, therefore issues associated with team interactions and processes will be discussed. (Formerly BMIS 351)
For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog .
Object-oriented systems analysis and design is gaining in popularity. As emphasis on the Internet continues to expand in the business world, an increasing amount of software is designed to operate in this environment—almost entirely using object-oriented tools and techniques. Although OOSAD is based on object-oriented concepts and is different from the still-popular structured analysis methodology developed in the 1970’s, the overall focus on the development of effective information systems is the same.
After reading the Syllabus and Student Expectations , the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student will create a thread in response to the provided prompt for each Discussion. Each thread must be at least 250 words and demonstrate course-related knowledge. In addition to the thread, the student must reply at least 2 other classmates’ threads. Each reply must be at least 150 words.
The student will complete 7 Appliance Warehouse Case Study Assignment problems from the course textbook, studying business scenarios, and applying them to what he or she has learned in the course. The student must read the case, answer the questions, and submit his or her answers through the respective assignment links.
The student will create an entire SDLC process that will bring added value to a business, using his/her own place of business (preferred) or an existing business.
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We were required to do a Systems Analysis on the current system a Bunnings-like company uses when loaning out equipment.
Similar to Assignment 1, except we were required to update the company's system by designing a new system for the company to use.
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