Brief description the use case describes how to

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Brief Description: The use-case describes how to maintain basic information about the students and how to add, delete and modify records Trigger: Actor Initiated Type: Internal and External Relationships: Association: Students, Enrollment Staff Include: Maintain first, middle, last name, date of birth, student ID, and department they are part of including student’s GPA. Extend: Generalization: Normal Flow of Events: New student finishes registration process and a new student record is added. Existing students has changes made to student record, for example: a change in departments or updating GPA at end of semester.
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Old students who have graduated or no longer attending university have their records deleted or archived. SubFlows: 1. Students records are added/modified by entering the following fields into the record. a) First name b) Middle initial c) Last name d) Date of birth e) Student ID f) Department g) Cumulative GPA Alternate/Exceptional Flows: System cannot validate the credentials and the staff is asked to retry login and/or make changes. Sequence Diagram
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Communications Diagram
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Both the sequence diagram and communications diagram reference the CRC Card Maintain Student Records (FM-001). The use case description is shown below: Structural Models and Behavioral Models: Two rules to verify and validate the structural models and behavioral models would be the following: communication and sequence diagrams contain objects that must be a class that is represented by a CRC card and is located within a class diagram. Included within the rule is objects that appear in a CRUD matrix must be associated with the classes that are represented by CRC cards and appear on the class diagrams.
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  • Summer '16
  • Functional Models, Functional Models and Behavioral Models, Structural Models and Behavioral Models, Students-correct information

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