SYS366 - Requirements Gathering Using 00 Models
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Requirements Gathering Using 00 Models
This subject focuses on the techniques and tools involved in gathering requirements for business systems that will solve business stakeholders' processing problems. Students will be introduced to system development life cycles, interface design, and will learn how to use research, observation, interviews, prototypes and feedback to gather stakeholders' requirements. Students will also learn how to document requirements in both business and systems use case diagrams using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the Rational Rose modeling tool. They will learn to write the use case descriptions, both business and systems. An in-depth case study will be used throughout the subject to allow students to apply what they learn.
1 Credit for CPA/CPD/CPAC Diploma Student.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Follow an Object-oriented methodology
2. Draw systems use case diagrams showing actor to use case relationships and use case to use case relationships
3. Model the primary business functionality in Business Use Case Diagrams
4. Perform the research and information gathering required to determine what a proposed system needs to accomplish
5. Identify all activities within a proposed system, as well as who initiates them
6. Transform activities into use cases
7. Describe use cases in writing following a given template
8. Describe in writing the phases involved in developing a system
9. Apply basic interface design concepts to create mock-ups (e.g. web page, screen and mock-ups reports)
10. Work effectively as part of a system development team to deliver a requirements model
11. Perform a user interface walk-through
12. Articulate (in writing) what a proposed system needs to accomplish
13. Use Rational Rose software to create the use case view of a software model
14. Perform a requirements walk-through
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