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SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design. Part I – Introduction. Lecturer, TAs …. Dr. Greg Franks Office: 4244 ME Tel: (613) 520-2600 ext. 1749 E-mail: greg@sce.carleton.ca Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-3 pm TA Office Hours: TBD. Lab

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sysc 3100 system analysis and design
SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

Part I – Introduction

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

lecturer tas
Lecturer, TAs …
  • Dr. Greg Franks
  • Office: 4244 ME
  • Tel: (613) 520-2600 ext. 1749
  • E-mail: greg@sce.carleton.ca
  • Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-3 pm
  • TA
    • Office Hours: TBD.
  • Lab
    • AA 508, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

course objectives
Course Objectives

Creating requirements specifications prior to designing and implementing complex software systems.

  • Software development life cycles.
  • Object Oriented Systems Analysis (using UML).
  • Other analysis techniques (e.g., Petri nets).
  • Introduction to software design.

The focus is on acquiring skills for Object Oriented analysis and design

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

textbooks
Textbooks
  • Recommended
  • Simon Bennet, John Skelton, and Ken Lunn, SCHAUM'S ouTlines - "UML", 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill Schaum's Outlines, ISBN 0-07-710741-1, 2005.   Do NOT buy 1st edition
  • Referenced
  • G. Booch, J. Rumbaugh, I. Jacobson, “The   Unified Modeling Language User Guide,” 2nd Edition, Addison-Wesley, ISBN  0-321-26797-4, 2005.   1st editionis not useful for this course.

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

web site
Web Site
  • http://www.sce.carleton.ca/courses/sysc-3100/
  • Site will contain
    • a more detailed course outline
    • lecture notes (PowerPoint slides - viewers can be downloaded from the Microsoft web site)
    • specifications for assignments
    • news & announcements, links to useful sites
  • please check it out on a regular basis

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

evaluation and grading scheme
Evaluation and Grading Scheme
  • Evaluation:
    • 3 assignments and 6 labs.
    • Lab attendance is mandatory.
    • Mid Term.
    • A 3 hours final exam at the end of the course.
  • Grading Scheme
    • To pass the course, a student must pass the final examination (D- or better). For students who pass the final exam, the grade will be calculated as follows:
      • Assignments: 15%
      • Mid-term: 25%
      • Final exam: 60%

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

assignments
Assignments
  • don’t “write off” an assignment just because of its relatively low weight in the overall grading scheme.
    • your work during assignments will probably give you a good idea of the exams
  • you are encouraged to ask the TA or instructor for help, feedback, and suggestions, but you are expected to present your work clearly when you ask for assistance
    • don’t expect the TA to give you the answer!

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

students with disabilities
Students with Disabilities

“Students with disabilities who require academic accommodations are encouraged to contact a coordinator at the Paul Menton Centre (Room 500 Unicentre, 520-6608 or TTY 520-3937) to complete the necessary letters of accommodation. Then, make an appointment to discuss your needs with your instructor at least two weeks prior to the first in-class test. This is to ensure sufficient time to make the necessary accommodation arrangements.”

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design

context of the course
Context of the course

Software Developmentactivities

2040

2110

Implementation

Modeling

(analysis, design)

3100

4800

Process

SYSC 3100 - System Analysis and Design