MIS604 Requirement EngineeringAssessment Two – Requirement SpecificationIndividual/Group GroupLength N/A. There is no length requirement. You are required to sufficiently address all the tasks in this assessment.Learning Outcomes b, cSubmission Due 23:59 (Sydney time) Friday, end of module 4.2.Weighting 40%Total Marks 40 marksContext:In the first two Modules, you learnt an overview of requirements engineering, studied the various types of requirements, and a range of requirement elicitation techniques. The subsequent two Modules, Module 3 and 4, introduced you to a number of requirement analysis tools and techniques. The primary focus was on how to model user requirements with UML and document them in a Software Requirement Specification. In particular, you studied the use case approach and a number of other diagramming techniques to visualise requirements and learnt the formality and basic inclusions of a Software Requirement Specification.In this assessment, you will, as a group, use various of UML diagramming tools to visualise requirement and document a Software Requirement Specification.Task Instructions:You, as a group, should first read and understand the following case before proceeding to answer the questions in Assessment Tasks section. Note that every piece of information provided in the following case serves a purpose.The caseABC Pty Ltd is a start-up tech company (the ‘Company’) based in Sydney Australia. They are currently seeking to develop a mobile app or a web application (collectively called an ‘app’), which provide ondemand trades & handyman services to their customers. The objective of the app is to connect tradesmen and customers. ABC envisioned that this app will provide a strong revenue stream to the company and other business opportunities from a wide handyman network.The founder of the Company has envisaged an app that enable customers to find trustworthy tradesmen to get the job done; it is also a platform for tradespersons to find jobs and earn an extra income stream. Typical jobs posted on the platform should include home cleaning, heating and cooling system services, gardening, airport pick up & delivery, IKEA furniture assembly, garbage removal, plumbing, and other tradesmen & handyman jobs. The founder also provided the following very highlevel and rough ideas for the app:For customers, they can post job(s) on the app, browse through tradespersons’ profile, and contact them through the in-app instant messenger.For tradespersons, they can put up a profile on the app, browse through jobs available, and contact customers through the in-app instance messenger.Once the job is completed, payment can be made securely through the app. The customer will also have the opportunity to rate and review the tradesperson.ABC wants to push this app to the market in the next six months and have secured an investment for this app.ABC has engaged you (i.e. a group of you) as the requirements analyst in this project.Assessment tasksAs a group, document a Software Requirement Specification (SRS) for the proposed app. Your submission must, as a minimum, contain the following:Title page: Subject code and name, assessment number, report title, assessment due date, word count (actual), student names, student IDs, Torrens email address, campus learning facilitator, and Subject coordinator.Table of Contents (ToC): should list the report topics using decimal notation. Need to include the main headings and subheadings with corresponding page numbers, using a format that makes the hierarchy of topics clear. Because you are including a ToC the report pages should be numbered in the footer as follows: title page has no page number; and main text to have Arabic numerals commencing at 1. Create the ToC using MS Word’s ToC auto-generator rather than manually typing out the ToC. Instructions can be found here https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Create- a-table-of-contentsor-update-a-table-of-contents-eb275189-b93e-4559-8dd9-c279457bfd72#__create_a_table. 1. Introduction (3 marks)1.1 Purpose (1 mark) 1.2 Document conventions (1 mark) 1.3 Project Scope (1 mark)2. Overall description (5 marks)2.1 Product perspective (1 mark) 2.2 User classes and characteristics (1 mark) 2.3 Operating environment (1 mark) 2.4 Design and implementation constraints (1 mark) 2.5 Assumptions and dependencies (1 mark)3. System features (12 marks)3.1 Use case diagram (3 mark). Note you will need to make a decision as to whether a “flat” use case diagram should be included, or a hierarchical organisation of use case diagrams should be included.3.2 Specification for selected use cases (3 mark). Select n use case where n equals the number of students in your group. Document a detailed specification for the selected use case. The Use case must include the following elements as a minimumID and NameCreated by Date CreatedPrimary Actor Secondary ActorsDescriptionTriggerPreconditionsPostconditionsNormal FlowAlternative FlowsExceptionsPriorityFrequency of UseBusiness RulesOther informationAssumptions3.3 Swimlane diagram (2 mark). Choose a process in the proposed app. Draw a Swimlane diagram for that process.3.4 State-transition diagram (2 mark). Draw a state-transition diagram for a customer job request in the proposed app. A job request is referring to a request initiated by the customer, e.g. “fix water tap leak”. Examine the various states such a request may be moved through.3.5 Dialog map (2 mark). Choose a use case other than the ones in 3.2. Draw a dialog map for that use case.4. Data requirement (4 marks)4.1 Logical data model (2 mark). Include an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) for the proposed app. ERD is taught in MIS602.4.2 Data dictionary (2 mark)5. External interface requirements (8 marks)5.1 User interfaces (4 mark). Including:5.1.1. References to user interface standards or product line style guides that are to be followed5.1.2. Standards for fonts, icons, button labels, images, colour schemes, field tabbing sequences, commonly used controls, branding graphics, copyright and privacy notices, and the like5.1.3. Screen size, layout, or resolution constraints5.1.4. Standard buttons, functions, or navigation links that will appear on every screen, such as a help button5.1.5. Shortcut keys5.1.6. Message display and phrasing conventions5.1.7. Data validation guidelines (such as input value restrictions and when to validate field contents)5.1.8. Layout standards to facilitate software localization5.1.9. Accommodations for users who are visually impaired, colour blind, or have other limitations5.2 Software interfaces (2 mark) 5.3 Hardware interfaces (2 mark)6. Quality attributes (4 marks)6.1 Usability 6.2 Performance 6.3 Security6.X [any other quality attributes, e.g. reliability, you deem relevant]7. Other requirements (Bonus: 2 marks for nontrivial and valid requirements)8. Reference list (4 marks)9. Appendices if necessary.
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