This assessment allows student to apply theoretical concepts to practice by analysing case studies and proposing a suitable design. The Case Study assessment covers the following topics: information system development, system development approaches, data Modeling, IS project management, system requirements, user and system interfaces, and system testing, deployment and maintenance.
Detail of the case study:
Training Inc. conducts training seminars in major U.S. cities. For each seminar, the logistics department must make arrangements for the meeting facilities, the training consultant’s travel, and the shipment of any seminar materials. For each scheduled seminar, the bookings department notifies the logistics coordinator of the type of seminar, the dates and city location, and the name of the consultant who will be conducting the training. To arrange for the meeting facilities, the logistics coordinator gathers information on possible meeting sites in the scheduled city. The meeting site location decision is made based on date availability, cost, type of meeting space available, and convenience of the location. Once the site is decided, the coordinator speaks with the sales manager of the meeting facility to reserve the meeting room(s), plan the seating arrangement(s), and reserve any necessary audio-visual equipment. The coordinator estimates the number and size of meeting rooms, the type of seating arrangements, and the audio-visual equipment needed for each seminar from the information kept in a logistics database on each type of seminar offered and the number of anticipated registrants for a particular booking. After negotiations are conducted by the logistics coordinator and the sales manager of the meeting facility, the sales manager creates a contract agreement specifying the negotiated arrangements and sends two copies of it to the logistics coordinator. The coordinator reviews the agreement and approves it if no changes are needed. One copy of the agreement is filled and the other copy is sent back to the sales manager. If changes are needed, the agreement copies are changed and returned to the sales manager for approval. This approval process continues until both parties have approved the agreement. The coordinator must also contact the training consultant to make travel arrangements. First, the coordinator reviews the consultant’s travel information in the logistics database and researches flight schedules. Then the consultant is contacted to discuss possible travel arrangements; subsequently, the coordinator books a flight for the consultant with a travel agency. Once the consultant’s travel arrangements have been completed, a written confirmation and itinerary are sent to the consultant. Two weeks before the date of the seminar, the coordinator determines what, if any, seminar materials (e.g., transparencies, training guides, pamphlets, etc.) need to be sent to the meeting facility. Each type of seminar has a specific set of materials assigned to it. For some materials, the coordinator must know how many participants have registered for the seminar in order to determine how many to send. A request for materials is sent to the material-handling department where the materials are gathered, boxed, and sent to the meeting address listed on the request. Once the requested materials have been shipped, a notification is sent the logistics coordinator.
• Draw a class diagram, showing the relevant classes, attributes, operations, and relationships, for the above situation. (Marks 15)
• Draw the ERD Diagram (Marks 15)
• Draw state machine diagram (Marks 15)
• Draw a Sequence diagram (Marks 15)
• Draw activity diagram (Marks 10)
• Draw a system architecture diagram (Marks 10)
• Draw a suitable user interface (Marks 10)
• Plan the suitable testing and deployment activities. (Marks 10)
if you believe that you need to make additional assumptions, clearly state them for each situation