Group Assessment – Group Case Study
Unit DetailsNameSystems Analysis and DesignCodeHI5030Year, Trimester2023, Trimester 2
Assessment DetailsNameGroup AssignmentDue Date and Week03 / 09 / 2023, Week 7 01 / 10 / 2023, Week 11
Group Student DetailsStudent IDFirst NameFamily NameWork Contribution
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You must name your file with the Unit Code and Group Number (e.g. “HI5004 Group 4”).
Check that you submit the correct document as special consideration is not granted if you make a mistake.
Student IDs need to be indicated on the cover page. Non-contributing students do not receive marks.PenaltiesAll work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date and time along with a completed Assessment Cover Page. Late penalties apply.
Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using Holmes Institute Adapted Harvard Referencing. Penalties are associated with incorrect citation and referencing.
The purpose of the group system analysis and design project is to demonstrate students’ ability to apply the knowledge learned in this course to a real-world project.
The system analysis and design project must be realistic and it will be done using techniques covered in this course. You should select any of the following projects that are based on any real-life example. For example, if you choose the ebay bidding system as your project, you must analyze the requirements of that system and base your analysis and design activities on the identified requirements and the processes associated. You are free to identify the issues with the current system and suggest improvements and include suggestions for your project. Find more information about these systems by browsing their details on the web.
Ebay Bidding System
Uber Eats delivery System
Commonwealth bank’s CommSec pocket investment system
Bupa OSHC Health Insurance Claim system
Easypark car park system Melbourne
Realestate.au rental system
KFC Order on the Go system
Flybuys rewards management system
Ampol’s EG Club system
Plenty of Fish Dating System
Seek employment System
DogPack app – Dog Park Finder system
Ticketek AU sports and entertainment ticketing system
LinktGo Toll App System
PTv App – Public Transport Victoria transport search system.
The project requires students to perform two phases: (a) requirements Analysis (b) System Modelling.
Title page (project name, author, and date)
Phase 1: Requirement analysis (Due Date – Week 7)
Introduction to the selected project and System description
Objectives of project
Requirement Specification (functional and non-functional) and Constraints
Description of the proposed system
Logical model design
Data flow diagrams – Context diagram
Data flow diagrams – Diagram 0/Diagram [Diagram 1 is optional]
Descriptions of processes in each diagram (Process descriptions in Structured English]
Marking Criteria and Rubrics
Marking CriteriaMarksIntroduction, Objectives and Requirements1Requirement Specification3Context diagram2Data flow diagrams and Process Descriptions4Total10
Phase 2: System and database design (Physical model design) (Due Date – Week 11)
A. Object Oriented Modelling
Use a suitable UML diagramming software such as IO.Draw, Visual Paradigm (community edition) or Lucid charts to model the following diagrams of your selected project. Hand-drawn diagrams or diagrams developed using office suits are not accepted. Based on your project requirements, you may include the entire model in one diagram or subdivide the model into several subsystem diagrams.
B. User interface
Design an overall user interface consisting of screens, commands, controls, and features to enable users to use the system. Choose at least 4 main fictionalizes of your project to develop user interfaces. Your design should demonstrate how data will be input to the system? That includes the physical layout for input, the input design and procedures, and how data will be output from the system. Use suitable wire framing software such as Lucid Charts online wire frame tool, Balsamiq Wireframes, or figma.com to design your interfaces.
C. Data design
Develop a physical plan for data organization, storage, updating, and retrieval.
Use a suitable UML diagramming software such as IO.Draw, Visual Paradigm (community edition) or Lucid charts to model this diagram.
Database tables with their attributes should be presented (however theirimplementations are not required)
Primary key(s) should be identified in each table, if any
Three steps of normalization should be included.
Marking Criteria and Rubrics
Marking CriteriaMarksUse case diagrams4Activity Diagrams4Class diagrams4Sequence diagrams4User Interfaces8ER Diagram2Database design2Documentation practices and presentation2Total30
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