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2. Interest – Accounts for the fact that a person or institution that doesn’t receive money for several years also loses the opportunity to gain interest on the money for that period of time. 3. Risk Premium – Reflects the additional return that a person or institution requires on later cash flows to account for the risk of future payments not materializing. While the Discount Rate used for DCF calculations will vary, it becomes clear that the discount rate should be larger than any single factor above. If the interest that can be attained on the money that is being tied up is %5 per year, the discount rate should certainly be higher than 5% to account for Time Preference and the Risk Premium. 94. What are the contents that go into the object model and domain model during GAP analysis. how are the AS-IS and To-BE system documentation prepared When performing analysis between an existing system (AS-IS)and its desired future state (TO-BE) you couldtake into account all aspects/dimensions. Having said that, I realize that this approach may not always be practical nor necessary. So you should probably determine the focus of your gap analysis by answeringthe following questions: - What are they key characteristics of the system? - What do you know about the existing system? For example, if your system is workflow centric then it would probably be very beneficial to focus on the differences in workflow and document them by creating aworkflow diagram which focuses on the differences. On the other hand - if the only documentation you have of the existing system is a list of requirements then you should start by identifying he requirement gaps. So getting back to the domain model .... If you are doing a Domain Model gap analysis focus on and document the following: - Differences in business entities (new entities, entities no longer needed, etc.) - Differences in entity relationships (diffs in types of relationships, diffs in multiplicities, etc.)
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- Differences in attributes for a given entity (new attributes, attributes no longer needed, etc.) - Differences in methods/behavior 95. How do you follow business rules in a project while working on a project? Business rules are the key in defining any business process. example credit card company wants to prepare the process and the key business rule is - check applicant's credit score and income. the process will need to include these two sub-process to complete the main process and without with it will through an exception. you can use the use case diagram or process diagram to include this information in your Use case document or Functional Requirement Document. 96. What is the difference between high-level and low-level use case? How business analysts can performs that job? High-level Use Case Diagram gives you snap shot for your system and contains many process within it. Low-level Use Case Diagram will describeone process in details with alternative flow, exception and include/exclude descriptions.
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