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Assignment Cover SheetQualificationModule Number and TitleHigher National Diploma in Computing & System DevelopementSystem Analysis & Designing Student Name & No.Assessor Sadeepa Piyumi HND/CSE/21/10Mr. Deloosha AbeysooriyaHand out dateSubmission Date31/08/201815/08/2018Assessment typeCourseworkDuration/Length ofAssessment Type3 weeksWeighting of Assessment100%Learner declarationI ,Sadeepa Piyumi….<name of the student and registration number>, certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own and research sources are fully acknowledged.Marks AwardedFirst assessor IV marks Agreed gradeSignature of the assessorDateFEEDBACKFORMINTERNATIONALCOLLEGEOFBUSINESS& TECHNOLOGY1
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Learning outcomes covered 1.Understand system designing methodologies, tools and the techniques2.Evaluate different systems development life cycle models3.Be able to perform a systems investigation4.Be able to design a solution using appropriate system design methodologies, toolsand the techniquesScenario and Tasks Video Hire SystemThe manager of a video store somewhere in Nugegoda has hired you todevelop a system (VHS) for keeping track of videotape and the customers who hire them.Before hire the videos they must become members. To do this a customer supplies personaldetails (name, address, telephone number) along with two forms of identification. The videostore then assigns them a unique membership number, which is subsequently used to identifythe member in their dealings with the video store. Customers can cancel their membershipsatany time – for example, if they move to another city. Customers can also update theirmembershipdetails - for example, if they move to another address in Galle. In both casesthey must provide valid membership numbers.Each video has a unique barcode. When a customer wants to hire a video theymust provide a valid membership number. The assistantthen uses the video barcodeupdate an inventoryshowing that the video is now on loan. The assistant then takes paymentfrom the member and informs them of the due date, which varies according to whether thevideo is for overnight or weekly hire. All payments are made in cash because the video storecannot afford to provide EFTPOS or credit card facilities. When a member returns a video,the assistant checks the due date; if the video is overdue a fine is calculated and recordedagainst the membership. Members cannot hire videos if they have overdue loans or unpaidfines.After payment of a fine the member is given a receipt, and is allowed to hire videosagain.At the end of each week a report is produced from the video inventory. Thereport includes details of all videos ‘missing in action ’– i.e. overdue by more than sevendays. The manager sends overdue notices to the members concerned. The report also showsthe top-ten titles based on the number of rentals, and details of all videos that have not beenrented at least once in the previous four weeks.to