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CST8333 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE RESEARCH PROJECT – ASSIGNMENT 1CST8333Assignment 1< Project Name >< Your Name >< Date Submitted >All material prepared for this assignment was produced by the author. Material from all third partieshas been cited and referenced.
CST8333 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE RESEARCH PROJECT – ASSIGNMENT 1Table of Contents1Introduction.................................................................................................................................31.1Objectives...........................................................................................................................31.2Scope..................................................................................................................................31.3Timeline...............................................................................................................................31.3.1Milestones and Deliverables.........................................................................................41.4Risks...................................................................................................................................41.5Assumptions........................................................................................................................51.6Technical Constraints..........................................................................................................51.7Budget.................................................................................................................................52Requirements.............................................................................................................................72.1Introduction..........................................................................................................................72.2Business Requirements.......................................................................................................72.3Technology Requirements...................................................................................................82.4Compliance Requirements..................................................................................................92.5Security Requirements........................................................................................................92.6Requirements Traceability Matrix......................................................................................103Feasibility.................................................................................................................................113.1Introduction........................................................................................................................113.2Alternative Solutions..........................................................................................................113.2.1Solution 1...................................................................................................................113.3Recommendation..............................................................................................................123.4Conclusion.........................................................................................................................124Design......................................................................................................................................134.1Introduction........................................................................................................................134.2System Architecture..........................................................................................................134.2.1Network Architecture (e.g., see example below).........................................................134.2.2Server Architecture (e.g., see example below)...........................................................134.2.3Process (data flow) (e.g., see example below)...........................................................134.2.4Security (e.g., layered architecture with critical assets in inner layers).......................144.2.5Availability (e.g., include redundant components).......................................................144.2.6System Partitioning: (e.g., partition subsystems and optimize communication betweensystem components, as well as users and the system)............................................................144.2.7Database Schemas (e.g., database structure)...........................................................145References...............................................................................................................................156Appendix A: Module 2 Checklist...............................................................................................167Appendix B: Module 3 Checklist...............................................................................................191
CST8333 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE RESEARCH PROJECT – ASSIGNMENT 18Appendix C: Module 4 Checklist...............................................................................................209Appendix D: Assignment Grading Rubric..................................................................................222
CST8333 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE RESEARCH PROJECT – ASSIGNMENT 11IntroductionIn this section background information on the project is provided, including the reasons forundertaking the project, specifically the business problem to be solved and how the proposedsystem will solve it, as well as the key stakeholders who will benefit from the project results.1.1ObjectivesIn this section measurable project objectives, business outcomes to be derived from achieving theobjectives, and the measurement criteria to be used to confirm that an objective and the outcomehave been achieved are listed.Table 1: Objectives and Business Outcomes(example)No.OBJECTIVEBUSINESS OUTCOMEMEASUREMENT CRITERIA1Solve<< state the problem >>Users are able to<< state usercapabilities >>Reduction and/orincrease in<<state criteria>>231.2ScopeIn this section the features and functions that characterize the product, service, or result to bedelivered by the project are described. That is, the major activities that must be completed tocomplete the project are listed. Activities that are out of scope for the project also are listed toreduce ambiguity.Table 2: Project Scope(example)ACTIVITIES IN SCOPEACTIVITIES OUT OF SCOPE1. Assignment 11. Apply for business financing2.2.

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