Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML
Object Oriented Analysis & Design with UML

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Create UML Diagrams (20%)

Use Case
Class diagram
Activity diagram
Sequence diagram
These diagrams are to be detailed.
The system should at least include:
Any library member should be able to search books by their title, author, subject category as well by the publication date.
Each book will have a unique identification number and other details including a rack number which will help to physically locate the book.
There could be more than one copy of a book, and library members should be able to check-out and reserve any copy.
We will call each copy of a book a book item.
The system should be able to retrieve information like who took a particular book or what books are checked-out by a specific library member.
There should be a maximum limit (5) on how many books a member can check-out.
There should be a maximum limit (10) on how many days a member can keep a book.
The system should be able to collect fines for books returned after the due date.
Members should be able to reserve books that are not currently available.
The system should be able to send notifications whenever the reserved books become available, as well as when the book is not returned within the due date.
Each book and member card will have a unique barcode. The system will be able to read barcodes from books and members’ library cards. Display in Class before you – Upload via Blackboard)

Research, Analyse, and Document a Group Presentation (30%)

In Small Groups. Research, Analyse, Document and then Produce a Group Presentation in Class lasting 15 minutes each group

1. Using Object Oriented Analysis, Systems Requirements Theory, along with FURBS+.
2. Functions and features, business information systems are identified as enterprise computing systems, transaction processing systems, business support systems, knowledge management systems, user productivity systems, digital assistants, or systems integration.
3. Popular system development approaches are structured analysis, which is a traditional method that still is widely used, object-oriented analysis (O-O), which is a more recent approach that many analysts prefer, and agile methods, which include the latest trends in software development.
1. How could an Online shopping store benefit from these approaches?
2. Produce documents, mind maps and charts and diagrams to enhance your presentation et cetera.
3. In the Presentation all members are required to present at least one topic.
4. Use all the background reading you have done on Systems requirements analysis.
5. Design functional requirements specification to present and overall detailed structure of the positive benefits of using detailed requirement documentation and analysis.
6. Use any appropriate media and presentation method to perform the 15-minute presentation.
7. At the end of The presentation prepare for question and answers regarding the material and information contained in your approach to this subject.

Choose One of the Scenarios below.

A Library Management System is a software built to handle the primary housekeeping functions of a library. Libraries rely on library management systems to manage asset collections as well as relationships with their members. Library management systems help libraries keep track of the books and their checkouts, as well as members’ subscriptions and profiles.
Library management systems also involve maintaining the database for entering new books and recording books that have been borrowed with their respective due dates.
Online Shopping System
Analyse the system requirements that would develop an online retail store.
Businesses like Amazon (amazon.com) are the world’s largest online retailer.
The company was originally a bookseller but has expanded to sell a wide variety of consumer goods and digital media. For the sake of this problem, we will focus on their online retail business where users can sell/buy their products.

Two hour in class exam (50%)

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