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Group Assignment 1:
Submission of the project Software Requirements Specification (SRS) Document and Access prototype.
Week 7, online using the moodle system
450 marks, for 10% total assessment
Purpose of the assessment:
The purpose of this assignment is to produce and submit a consolidated first version of the SRS document and the Access prototype for your project.
Description: You have to submit:
References and appendices
Marks are allocated as follows:
Description of the section
Outline of the project
Description of the project
Functional and non-functional specifications, etc, as indicated in the template
Diagrams, figures, etc, as in the template
Appearance, grammar, clarity
DB opening form
DB data and metadata for the project, keys, etc
All the forms in the project
General navigation and appearance
An XML Schema describes the structure of an XML document
Well Formed XML Documents
An XML document with correct syntax is called "Well Formed".
Critical Analysis Section
Evaluate different types of alternatives for your selected project
Propose a better solution
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Penalties may apply for late submissions without an approved extension.
Academic misconduct such as cheating and plagiarism will incur penalties ranging from a zero result to program exclusion.