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cs427-15 - Component-Level Design Requirements gathering...

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CS427 15-1 Component-Level Design Testing Analysis/Specification Requirements gathering Architectural design Component-level design Coding
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CS427 15-2 “Design”: Noun Refinement Requirements High-level design Details Information-hiding Don’t show everything Reveal bit by bit Modularity
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CS427 15-3 “Design”: Verb Bounce from high-level to low-level New requirements come after design is  created Design is created incrementally As requirements are known As better design ideas are invented As design flaws are discovered
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CS427 15-4 Component Design Structure techniques in book - flow charts - Nasi-Schneiderman diagrams decision tables pseudo-code state machines
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CS427 15-5 Decision tables Used to specify program with complex  conditions Makes it easy to see if any cases are  missing Can be implemented with IF statements
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The recovery period is 27.5 years for  residential real property, 31.5 years for  non-residential real property placed in  service before May 13, 1993, 39 years for  non-residential real property placed in  service after May 12, 1993, 50 years for  railroad gradings and tunnel bores, except  that nonresidential real property on an  Indian reservation has a recovery period  of 22 years.
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CS427 15-7 Decision table for recovery period Real property
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