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HIT2308:Software Development Practices (Semester 1, 2009) Faculty of ICT, Swinburne University of Technology Tutorial 3 in Week 4 Task 1. Why do we need models? Case study Mr Colvin is a self-employed interior designer. He helps people to create beautiful spaces in their houses. He often visits people in their houses and discusses layout and colour schemes as well as fabrics for drapes and upholstery. He measures windows for drapes and chairs for upholstery. He uses this information to make quotes for the cost of the curtains and upholstery. The process of preparing a quote is very time-consuming and tricky since there are many calculations relating to pattern length and drops. Mr Colvin is fed up with spending most of his evenings either visiting clients or preparing quotes. He wants to have more time with his children. Task 2. Models can be categorized into visual, non-visual, static and dynamic. Mr Colvin uses models to show how furniture will be placed in rooms. What kind
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2010 for the course HIT 2380 taught by Professor Barb during the One '09 term at Swinburne.

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