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Software Architectures. Team Assignment 1. Contents. Introduce to Sale system. 1. Architecture Drivers. 2. Minimal Acceptable Delivery. 3. 4. Document purpose.

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Software architectures

Software Architectures

Team Assignment 1


Contents

Contents

Introduce to Sale system

1

Architecture Drivers

2

Minimal Acceptable Delivery

3

4

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Document purpose

Document purpose

  • The purpose of this document is to provide a more detailed description of the nature and role of the architecture drivers specification and what it will be used for in later stages

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Project over view

Project Over view

Project context

Company A, a retail chain, has decided to develop a sales system (hereinafter, the system) in conjunction with its launch of a point service.

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Project over view1

Project Over view

  • In general the goal is increase check out automation, to support faster, better services and business processes. More specifically, these include:

    • Quick checkout for the customer,

    • Fast and accurate sales analysis,

    • Automatic inventory control.

    • Support better customer service.

Goals

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Project over view2

Project Over view

  • The system consists of a head office server, located at the head office, and the POS terminals placed at store cashiers. The head office server and the POS terminals are connected to each other via a network. Products sold at stores have bar codes attached which indicate the product codes. These bar codes can be read with bar code readers of POS terminals.

System description

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Contents1

Contents

Introduce to Sale system

1

Architecture Drivers

2

Minimal Acceptable Delivery

3

4

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Architecture Drivers

High level functionality Requirement

List of entity

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

High level functionality Requirement

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

High level functionality Requirement

List of use case

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

List of use case

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

List of use case


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Architecture Drivers

Use case detail


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Architecture Drivers

Quality Attribute

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

Quality Attribute

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

Quality Attribute

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Architecture Drivers

Constraint

Technical Constraint

Business Constraint

  • Time : within 6 weeks

  • Cost: unidentified

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Architecture Drivers

Prioritization

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Team assignment 1

Architecture Drivers

Prioritization of function requirement

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Contents

Introduce to Sale system

1

Architecture Drivers

2

Minimal Acceptable Delivery

3

4

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Process

Process

  • Waterfall Model

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Process1

Process

Reason for using this methodology

  • Needless to mention, it is a linear model and of course, linear models are the most simple to be implemented

  • Easy to manage due to the rigidity of the model – each phase has specific

  • Works well for smaller projects where requirement are very well understood

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Roles responsibilities

Roles & Responsibilities

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Project delivery and mile stone

Project delivery and Mile stone

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Project delivery and mile stone1

Project delivery and Mile stone

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Project delivery and mile stone2

Project delivery and Mile stone

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Project delivery and mile stone3

Project delivery and Mile stone

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Project delivery and mile stone4

Project delivery and Mile stone


Top risk of the project

Top risk of the project

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Team assignment 1

Thank You !


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