These all relate to the description of Valentino given below. This description should not
be regarded as complete but can be regarded as accurate (in other words you can expand
upon it but your answer should not contradict it). You may want to investigate similar
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correct) answers to these. You will be assessed on your ability to present the
requirements in a clear and logical manner, the way you have addressed the description
of the system provided, and the quality of your discussion of the issues arising.
Note that you are required to present requirements and models for the new system at
Valentino – much of the discussion below relates to the current system.
1. Develop various Project Initiation products (20 marks) – about 2
A. Project Vision statement (5 marks)
B. Scope diagram (5 marks)
C. Identify some potential benefits and costs (10 marks)
2. Produce a Requirements Catalogue (20 marks) – about 3 A4 pages
This should take the following form:
A list of at least 10 summary functional requirements, each characterised by a name, a
short description (< 25 words), and a priority. A list of 5 non-functional requirements,
each including a 50 –100 words description.
Two of these functional requirements should be expanded in more detail to give a full
description of the requirement and include any associated non-functional requirements
such as those associated with performance, usability, and security. For an example of
how this can be done see course notes –but other formats are acceptable.
3. Produce a Use Case model of the required system (20 marks) –
about 3 A4 pages
Produce a Use Case Diagram (use UML standards) and a detailed description of a Use
Case of your choosing (use the standard provided by Cockburn in the notes or any other
recognised standard – quote the source you used). In one A4 page describe any decisions
you have made in producing your use case models: what to include or exclude, any areas
requiring further definition, any assumptions made, and how it relates to the requirements
you have defined in part 3.
4. Produce a Class Model of the required system (15 marks) – about 2
Class Model – follow UML standards. For each class include attributes (full set) and
operations (samples only) for each association include a name and a multiplicity and any
other constraints. In a further A4 page describe any decisions you have made in
producing your model: what to include or exclude, a discussion of alternative ways of
modelling that you rejected, any clarification of your model, any areas requiring further
definition, any assumptions made, and how it relates to the requirements you have
defined in part 3.
5. Consider the soft, human stakeholder aspects of this project (15
marks) – about 3 A4 pages
What factors could affect its acceptance by the users and ability to achieve its business
benefits? Use a rich picture (one A4 page) to describe the potential problem situation
arising from the implementation, provide a two page explanation of this, considering
stakeholder attitudes and change management. Discuss how the problems you have identified might be avoided or overcome.
6. Discuss possible development approaches (10 marks)
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