System Analysis and Design
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- Apply standard techniques to gather system requirements effectively.
- Analyse system requirements and model the system behaviour.
- Create conceptual and concrete models of systems with Object-oriented (OO) techniques.
- Document system analysis and designs using Unified Modelling Language (UML).
- • Compare and contrast software system development strategies.
- • Analyse system requirements and model the system behaviour to document the deliverables.
- • Create conceptual and concrete models of systems with object-oriented (OO) techniques.
- • Document system analysis and designs using unified modelling language (UML).
- • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills of OO system analysis and design for developing real world applications.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:one of
Past La Trobe University students who have previously completed CSE5DES (System Design Engineering Fundamentals), CSE2ISD (Information Systems Development) or CSE2DES (System Design Engineering Fundamentals) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
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This subject introduces you to system analysis and design with Object-oriented (OO) modelling techniques for software system engineering. Major topics include introduction to software development process, requirements modelling, domain modelling, behavioral modelling, structural modelling and dynamic modelling. You will learn the use of Unified Modelling Language (UML) for the analysis and design phases of systems. You will gain the ability to apply knowledge of basic science and software engineering fundamentals to software systems analysis and design.
- Assessment 1: Online quizzes (equivalent to 100 words). (10%)
- Assessment 2: Workshop answers by submission during the online discussions weekly (equivalent to 600 words). (10%)
- Assessment 3: Individual assignment, Case Study: Analyse business problem, Produce blueprint, ID use cases and Object Oriented concept (equivalent to 1800 words). (40%)
- Assessment 4: 2-hour online exam (equivalent to 2000 words). Central exam period. The exam comprises: Multiple Choice Questions (5%), Case studies requiring short answers and drawing diagrams (35%). (40%)
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