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a) In your own words, briefly describe what is meant by an Analysis Class Diagram, and how class diagrams can be useful in systems analysis and design.

Coursework Assignment 2 Modelling: Analysis Class Diagram

INSTRUCTIONS:

 Part 1. Use Case Realisation for the ‘Record Customer Payments’ Use Case

 Analysis Class Diagram

a)    In your own words, briefly describe what is meant by an Analysis Class Diagram, and how class diagrams can be useful in systems analysis and design.   

 Communication Diagram

a)    In your own words, briefly describe what is modelled in a Communication Diagram, and how Communication Diagrams can be useful in systems analysis and design

 Part 2. Sequence Diagram

a)    In your own words, briefly describe what is modelled in a Sequence Diagram, and how Sequence Diagrams can be useful in systems analysis and design

Part 3. Evaluation

Enterprise Architect (www.sparxsystems.com/products/ea/) is a CASE tool. In your own words and using examples, briefly describe what a CASE tool offers during analysis of the World Wide Tours scenario ( Appendix A), and what tasks the CASE tool supports. Give your own evaluation of how the role of an analyst/designer is supported by a CASE tool.  Discuss how UML modelling supports the analyst/designer. (YOU ARE NOT EXPECTED TO DRAW ANY DIAGRAMS FOR ANY PART OF THIS ASSIGHNMENT)

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Modelling

Part 1:

* Analysis Class Diagram

Analysis Class diagram illustrates the inter-relationships, operations, and attributes of classes in a system. In the analysis stage, it can be used to decompose the problem domain into comprehensible elements which are easy to understand. They can also be used to visualize, specify and docum

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