HW_01SQLandIDEF0 - ORIE 3120: Industrial Data and Systems...

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1 ORIE 3120: Industrial Data and Systems Analysis Spring 2011 Homework #1 Due Date: 2/2/10 (Wednesday) noon. Rhodes Hall Course Dropbox Label Homework with Name, NetID, and Section Number 1. Functional Modeling and IDEF0 (25 points) For a goal-oriented system of your choice, create an IDEF0 model (diagrams, page labels, page titles). For example, the system could be a business idea for your fraternity/sorority, a product design, a web-based service, a game, or a rescue mission. It simply needs to have a goal that can be stated as a functional objective. The goal of this assignment is to test your facility with the IDEF0 notation, not your functional design ability. The diagrams may be hand-drawn but not simply sketched freehand (i.e. use a ruler). MS Powerpoint could be used (see autoshapes and connectors) but then you must hand-draw the rounded corners of the arrows. Microsoft Visio has an IDEF0 template. (I use Visio for lectures.) You may stop the exercise once it satisfies all the following requirements: (a) (3 points) Page A-0 shows a single high-level capability; all external inputs; all external controls; all outputs for external uses; and all resources. That is, if an external input, control, output, or resource shows up on a lower level page, it should also show up on page A-0. An input or control is external if it is not the output of some function internal to the system. Similarly an output is for
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