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S 310

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S 310 BUS

Edward Wuckert I
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Jeffrey Cummings

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Date Created: 11/01/15
S 310 Systems Analysis and Proiec r Management Final Exam Review I KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS INDIANA UNIVERSITY Presentation Tips for Clients Restating the problem in detail Pointing out how you plan to solve each individual requirement or problem Verbalizing the assumptions up front Assume minimal technical expertise Details of getting from A to B In the future numbers often explain more than words KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH mm mm Goals of the course Apply tools and techniques of project management MS Project Project Management Book of Knowledge Design an IS to address a business problem Class Project CAB System Create UML Diagrams and user interfaces in IS Develop a better understanding of project management and IS consulting concepts Feasibility analysis Risk Assessments Determining critical path of project tasks Quality assurance III KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH mm mm Course Takeaways Project Management running a successful project Project Management Institute wwwpmiorg Mistakes failures and best practices for IT projects Lin k Project Management Book of Knowledge htt wwwuni i akad tmhm biom dioillt tech les mb okpdf Systems Analysis UML Diagrams Understand and interpret what is represented in a use case diagram and activity diagram Realize when additional information should be captured by the system when examining a class diagram Follow and understand a sequence of events through a system sequence diagram and how an object changes in the system state machine diagram KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS IM um rml I will never use UML or project management again If you are going to be a consultant you will do nothing but work on projects and interact with project mgmt tools and techniques or potentially become a PMP Organizations are increasing their use of UML This means if you plan to use a computer or system in your future career there is a high likelihood of seeing at least use case diagrams descriptions and or activity diagrams Systems analyst and IT analysts will use all these skills Other areas where UML has been useful Accounting Finance KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH mm mm Exam Details Exam Date May 2 Next Monday I Time 245 AM to 445 PM 2 hours I Please arrive 23 mins before so that the exam can start on time KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS mmn mu mm Review Systems Analysis The goal of the analysis phase is to truly understand the requirements of the new system and help develop a system that addresses them This phase takes the general ideas in the system request and we create I functional models Chapter 5 I structural models Chapter 6 I behavioral models Chapter 7 This becomes the system proposal I Includes revised project management deliverables feasibility analysis Chapter 2 workplan Chapter 3 KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH mm mm Exam Materials Diagrams Chapter 57 Know the reasons why analysts use I Use case I Activity I Class I Sequence I Statechart In addition to knowing why we use these you will also need to be able to draw the UML diagrams from a case You have to handdraw these diagrams Be sure to bring pencils and erasers Pages will be provided KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS iIH lv mm UML Diagrams Be sure to remember the notations Be sure to remember the rules and best practices for each type of diagrams KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS mmn um um Use Case Diagram Use case diagram Use case scenarios or descriptions Relationships associations include extend generalization Use verbs to name use cases Actors can be person system external databases etc Exceptions or alternative scenarios UML notations for use case diagrams III KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH IHNII Activity Diagram Activity diagram must have a defined start and end Use of fork join and merge Use swimlanes if multiple actors perform activities UML notations for class diagrams KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS mmn um um Class Diagram Questions to consider before creating a class diagram Elements of a class diagram classes attributes identi ers association generalization etc Relationship degree Relationship cardinality Associative class UML notations for class diagrams III KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIH mm mm Sequence Diagram Analysis classes boundary control entity classes Focus of control UML notations for sequence diagrams KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS mmn um um Statechart Diagram Difference between activity sequence and statechart diagrams Elements of statechart diagrams When to use statechart diagrams UML notations for statechart diagrams KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS IM um rml Object Oriented Principles amp UML Intro Chapter 1 L11 Object Principles Abstraction Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism What does each UML diagram tell us about the system 11 KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS I IIM LIHNII u Lecture 20 22 How are the diagrams used in organization Of the diagrams discussed which is more user focused or technically focused Designing the system Visibility Prototyping Designing the interfaces KELLEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS lIM Llv rml


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