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PROJECT BOOK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Class: SE1114 Subject: SWE Members: ROLL NUMBER NAME ROLE SE04753 Nguy n Đ c Sang Team Leader SE04994 Ph m Văn Phong Member SE04532 Ph m Văn Tu n Member SE04838 Tr n Tu n M nh Member SE05102 Đ Tr ng Giang ườ Member Ngô H u Toàn Member 1. Introduction This document contains three part like the requirement of the assignment:
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- Listing all objects include human and non-human objects of System-to-be - List all Functional Requirements (at least the main functions) - User Case diagram : the behavior will be described detail and UML diagram such as how the communicates with others, design constraints of the Shoes store online application. 2. Human and non-human objects 2.1. Human object Object Description E-book manager Refers to the super user who is the Central Authority who has been vested with the privilege to manage the entire system. User One who wishes to obtain the Books or Magazines Visitor One who visits to obtain Books or Magazines.
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  • Spring '12
  • Dung
  • Math, Management, Login, Requirements analysis, Pham Van, PROJECT BOOK MANAGEMENT

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