HUST System Development Life Cycle Software Development
What is the “System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)”. a. Research scholarly articles or publication and give an example from your reading (one-three paragraphs) Use inline citations! 2. Revisit what you learned about the Unified Modeling Language (UML) so far. To continue to get familiar with “UML” style diagrams, please create and fill in the following table. Include this table in your APA paper. Table 1 UML Diagram Definition Where Used in SDLC? Class Diagram Use Case Diagram Activity Diagram Architectural Configuration Diagram Design Class Diagram Architectural Design Diagram 3. We have introduced “Use Cases”. Summarize the information presented by a Use Case Diagram. 4. Research and provide answers to the following questions about “requirements”. (Note: Do NOT use your textbook. Find an online resource. Use in-text citations to document your references. Create and use the following table format: Table 2 Item 1 2 3 Definition (complete the statement…) A “Requirement” is: A “Functional Requirement” is: A “Non-Functional Requirement” is: Page 2 of 5 Reference ISEM530 – Module 2 Homework 5. The RMO CSMS problem discussed in class identifies many “Stakeholders” – “Internal” and “External” as well as “Operational” and “Executive”, with multiple types of each. In your own words, discuss the problem / issue / challenge in dealing with the three types of “Stakeholders” (External, Operational, and Executive)? Justify your response. 6. Our textbook suggests that, when interviewing stakeholders, describe some key aspects of the interview process? 7. Describe how class diagrams drive the overall system development process? 8. What are the benefits of doing vendor research during early project information-gathering activities? 9. One problem in investigating system requirements is to make sure they are complete and comprehensive. How would you go about ensuring that you get all the right information during an interview session with Stakeholders? Start with your textbook. 10. Research the topic of “scope creep”, which occurs when stakeholder request additional features an1 functions. How would you go about keeping a system that you are analyzing from growing and possibly including new functions that should not be part of the system? Page 3 of 5 ISEM530 – Module 2 Homework Use the case study, “The Spring Breaks ‘R’ US Travel Service from your Text (Chapters 2 through 4) to answer the remainder of the questions for this homework 11. List the stakeholders you can identify from the study. 12. List the use cases you can identify from the study 13. Provide a domain model class diagram for this study 14. For one of the use cases you identified, provide a fully developed use case description and SSD. 15. Draw and activity diagram for the use case you identified. (You should use an external tool like Lucid Chart or equivalent and insert the diagram into your homework.) Page 4 of 5 …
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