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Tutorial8 - Tutorial 8 Detail Design By Henry 1 Outline Case study in detail design phase Brief introduction about the Project Phase II 2 Case

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2 Outline Case study in detail design phase Brief introduction about the Project Phase II
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3 Case Study Project proposal It is motivated by an anticipated need of travel agencies to improve their sales by making their products, namely, tours, directly accessible to their clientbase. Although this application focuses on travel agencies, it could be viewed as one instantiation of a general application framework that handles reservations in general, such as hotel and car reservations.
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4 User requirements A software for a travel agency provides reservation facilities for the people who wish to travel on tours by accessing a built-in network at the agency bureau. The application software keeps information on tours. Users can access the system to make a reservation on a tour and to view information about the tours available without having to go through the trouble of asking the employees at the agency. The third option is to cancel a reservation that he/she made. Any complaints or suggestions that the client may have could be sent by e-mail to the agency or stated in a complaint database. Finally, the employees of the corresponding agency could use the application to administrate the system’s operations. Employees could add, delete, and update the information on the customers and the tours. For security purposes, the employee should be provided a login ID and password by the manager to be able to access the database of the travel agency.
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5 Use Case Model Actors People: Agency, Customer, Employee Determining Use Cases Make a reservation, view information, cancel a reservation, complain, administrate.
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6 Use case model of Tours Online Customer Reserve a tour Cancel a Reservation View Information Complain Administrate Employee This is drawn by  Microsoft Visio.
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7 Requirements Analysis In this phase, the initial use case model is developed through a detailed analysis of use cases. The analysis is captured using activity diagrams. It is carried out in two phases: primary scenario and secondary scenario.
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Primary Scenarios Each scenario clarifies and details one use case. If necessary, you can add
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2010 for the course CSC CSC2120 taught by Professor Xiacai during the Spring '07 term at CUHK.

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Tutorial8 - Tutorial 8 Detail Design By Henry 1 Outline Case study in detail design phase Brief introduction about the Project Phase II 2 Case

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