NOTE9-소프트웨어 설ê&su

NOTE9-소프트웨어 설ê&su

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Unformatted text preview: 1-1101-22.1 n(system design)(subsystem)n.n: (Design Specification)1-32.21. (Title page and table of contents)2. (Introduction)/* . */2.1 (Objectives of the computer-based system)2.2 (Major software function)2.3 (Major design decision you made and constraints)2.4 (scope)1-42.2Cont.3. (Reference Documents) /* . . , .*/4. /* . */5. (Design Description)/* DFD. (structure chart). */1-52.2Cont.6. (Module Design)/* . . */(title)(module identification number)(processing narrative)(interface description)(data structure)7. ( Database design andgloval variables)/* */8. (Assumption)/* */1-62.2Cont.9. (Requirements cross reference) /* (check list).*/10. (test provision)/* , , */11. (Summary)12. (Acknowledgments)13. (Appendices)/**/1-72.3n(preliminary design) w. n(detail design) w. 1-82.3.1n4w(data design) : . w(architectural design) : ().w(procedural design) : . w(user interface design) : . 1-92.4n, (,)(partition)n", .”nw, , , 1-12.4.1(abstraction)nn, .nw(control) w(procedural) w(data) 1-11ntemp := value1;value1 := value2;value2 := temp;.value1 <-> value2;.1-12Cont.n. •ax + by = c•a’x+b’y = c’--> solve_equation(equationType equ)n-, (array or linked list ? )1-13const int MAXSIZE = 100;class stack{private:char stack_value[MAXSIZE];int top;public:stack()top = 0;;void push(char);char pop();};void stack::push(char x){if (top+1 == MAXSIZE)error("stack is full");elsestack_value[++top] = x;}1-14Cont.char stack::pop(){if (top == 0){error("stack is empty");return NULL;}elsereturn stack_value[top--];}void main(){stack st1;char x, y;st1.push('a');st1.push('b');x = st1.pop();y = st1.pop();cout << x << y << endl;}1-152.4.2(information hiding)n, nw, ()....
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor David during the Spring '11 term at Kwansei Gakuin University.

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