Due: Tuesday, April 27 in Distribution Center
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Effort estimation is the practice of making accurate estimates of how long it will take to complete a piece of work. Software developers are notoriously bad at this. You will practice by estimating how long it takes you to complete a task.
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Calculate the error percentage: ((YOUR ACTUAL) - (YOUR ESTIMATE)) / (YOUR ESTIMATE)
TYPE YOUR ERROR PERCENTAGE HERE
A. Which of the following describe differences between a user needs document and a software requirements specification (SRS) document. Delete the bullets that are incorrect, leaving only correct statements in the list.
B. Which of the following describe differences between an SRS and a design document. Delete the bullets that are incorrect, leaving only correct statements in the list.
This diagram contains several errors in the use of the UML notation. List 5 mistakes and explain why each one is wrong.
TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE: 5 SHORT PARAGRAPHS
Describe in your own words the meaning of this UML class diagram. Be a precise as possible: describe each class and it's attributes, operations, and associations including multiplicity and aggregation.
TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE: 1-3 PARAGRAPHS
Consider the following description of credit card processing. (Note: this example is much simpler than real credit card processing.)
A credit card account is opened on a specific date with a 16-digit account number and a credit limit. Each credit card account belongs to a party. A party may be a corporation, a person, or a joint account between two people. A party has a billing address and telephone number. Several plastic cards may be issued for one account, but some corporate accounts do not have cards. Each account has a set of current transactions, with each transaction consisting of a date, dollar amount, and merchant name.
A. Draw a UML class diagram that represents the situation as precisely and completely as possible. Include, classes and/or interfaces, attributes, operations, associations, and generalizations and/or realizations. Specify association multiplicity and aggregation, but not navigability. Do not include visibilities. This is a design diagram that will be used by a programmer to guide implementation of the system.
USE ArgoUML OR Rational Rose TO MAKE A DIAGRAM, PRINT IT, AND STAPLE IT TO THESE PAGES.sample use case templateexample test plan templateProject plan template