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Topic Cafeteria Management System. Group :. Project Plan. 1. Introduction. 2. Project Organisation. 3. Resource Requirements. 4. Work Breakdown. 5. Project Schedule. 6. User and System Requirement . 7.System Modelling. 8.Risk Analysis. 1 . Introduction. Introduction

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    1. Topic Cafeteria Management System Group :

    2. Project Plan • 1.Introduction. • 2. Project Organisation. • 3. Resource Requirements. • 4. Work Breakdown. • 5. Project Schedule. • 6. User and System Requirement. • 7.System Modelling. • 8.Risk Analysis

    3. 1. Introduction. • Introduction • 1.1 Description • The proposed topic Cafeteria Management System (hereafter called “CMS”) is a computer-based system that will allow Cafeteria Administrator to create online to assist teachers or students can order section if they can’t come to cafeteria. If this software can be used to IU portal, the student will be more comfortable and happy about IU’s cafeteria service. • 1.2 Constraints • Time: This project must be implemented by November 19, 2012 to allow time for user familiarization and training in IU. • Budget: All costs associated with the project will relate to the human resources required to develop the software.

    4. 2. Project Organization The project development team are: PhạmViễn Du (Scrum Master.) Cao ThùyLinh (Business Analyst) ĐặngHùng (Tester) PhạmTôn Minh Nhật (Developer) NguyễnThành Nam (Developer)

    5. 3. Resource Requirements • 3.1 Human Resource All members of team come from International University, so we have a good basic knowledge about software process and skill in programming as well as team-work. • 3.2. Hardware and software Resources Cafeteria Management System is created by using java, with functions and small database, so we just need an average sever.

    6. 4. Work Breakdown.

    7. 4. Work Breakdown.

    8. 4. Work Breakdown.

    9. 5. Project Schedule

    10. 5. Project Schedule

    11. 6. User and System Requirement • User Requirement : • The customer or the admin to log in their homepages. • The customer register an account. • The customer select the food/drink in the cafeteria shop websites. • The users check out the selected product. • The admin can add the new food/drink. • The admin can update the information of the store. • The admin can delete food/drink. • The admin can view the report.

    12. 6. User and System Requirement • System Requirement: • Functional: • Login • Register • Order food/Drink • Checkout product • Add Food/Drink • Update Food/Drink information • Delete Food/Drink • View Report • Non-Functional: • Product Requirements • Organization Requirements • External Requirement

    13. Adding food/drink Functional

    14. Functional

    15. Functional

    16. Non-Functional • A/ Product Requirements

    17. Non-Functional • B/ Organization Requirements

    18. Non-Functional • C/ External Requirement

    19. 7. System Modelling

    20. State Diagram

    21. 8. Risk analysis • Project Risks • Product Risks

    22. Project Risks

    23. Product Risks