BIT230 System Analysis and DesignAssessment 1 – Semester 1, 2019Assessment 1 Scoping…

BIT230 System Analysis and Design
Assessment 1 – Semester 1, 2019
Assessment 1 Scoping Exercise
Weightage: 20%
Due: Week 8
Assessment Specification
Form a groups of 3 or 4 members as described by your tutor. Under exceptional circumstances a group of 5 will be allowed. Due to late enrollments some groups may have to take on an extra member and may be directed to by your lecturer/tutor. Give your group a name. The group is to send an email to the lecturer listing the group member’s names, student id and a copy of a signed participation form.
General Overview
Your group has been contracted by ChemExec to prepare an initial study of a proposed system . One of you are the project manager for the selected vendor’s development team (Choose who needs to lead the team).
Your company, MelPolSys, develops and markets software to retail and hospital pharmacies and has decided to take on the ChemExec project to expand potential market share. MelPolSys and ChemExec will jointly develop the new software. MelPolSys will then market the finished product to other companies and pay a royalty to ChemExec for each sale.
Initial Study Specification
1. Develop a system scope document 5
Using the case study provided, develop a system scope document. This document must include a section for each of the following:
• The business problem,
• A statement of purpose,
• The benefits
• System capabilities.
• Exclusions
Ensure you use business language and write in the third person (i.e. do not use I or we). This section should be no longer than a page in length. All bullet lists must be introduced with at least one sentence that provides context for the reader.
(2) Develop a document outlining the system’s FURPS+ requirements 5
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This can be either in the form of a table (see Usefull resource on Moodle), or some other format that you have researched.
(3) Develop a list of functional requirements: Event Table
Construct an event table for the proposed system. The events must correspond to the system capabilities outlined in the scope document. Names that appear in the source and destination columns of your event table should be identified and described in the case study. Your list must include at least ten, but no more than 15, non-trivial events. Ensure your events follow the patterns described in the lectures:
• Event: External agent (Source) + action
• Trigger: Name of data, form (a thing, not an action), or point in time
• Source: External agent that matches first word in event column – none required for temporal events as the data is already in the system
• Use case: System response to action – First word is always a verb: create, update
• Response and Destination: Data (a thing, not an action) produced by the system that goes to the Destination (a person or organisational group) Once your event table is complete ensure you refine it using the guidelines and checklists presented in the lecture slides. The table should look like this:
Event Trigger Source Use Case Response Destination
(4) Prepare a Use Case Diagram 5
Using the Use Cases identified in the Event Table for ChemExec, create a Use Case Diagram that organizes the Use Cases by subsystem
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Submission of assignments
The assignment must be submitted as a single pdf file by each student via Moodle and as a single hard copy by the group for marking by your lecturer (at a walkthrough attended by the group). The hard copy must exactly match the prepared pdf file with a title page that includes every group members name and student ID.
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NOTE: Only one copy of the pdf and one hard copy needs to be submitted.
The submitted document must be presented with a professional look.

Peer assessment will be used to allocate the final marks accordingly between team members, based on the contribution made by each team member as deemed by the group. At the end of assessments 2 and 3, a peer evaluation sheet must be completed by each group member.
4 3 2 1 Total
Participation Student consistently
participates in group work Student participates in group work most of the time Student participates in group work some of the time Student does not participate in group work
Role
Performance Student effectively performs assigned role within the group Student adequately performs assigned role on a consistent basis Student adequately performs assigned role some of the time Student does not perform assigned role within the group
Works
Toward
Team Goals Student consistently works toward team goals Student works toward team goals most of the time Student works toward team goals all of the time Student does not work towards team goals
Cooperation Student interacts well within the group and respects other
group members Student interacts adequately within the group and respects other group members Students interacts adequately within the groups but does not respect others Student does not cooperate with other group members