Lesson 6 Case Study
Chapter 9 - Dynamic Modeling
Finish the sequence diagram for the Invoice Customer use case from your Lesson 4 Case Study
Note to the student: Included are symbols to use for your convenience that were created using the Auto
a. Define patterns, methodologies, and recipes and give an example for each.
When a problem has a repeated occurrence within an environment, a pattern is the identified solution.
It rings true that when many problems are broken down, their
Explain how information is becoming an asset and needs to be managed. (Chapter 1)
o The whole world has changed over the last 20 years.
Information systems started as tools of business, trade, and the administration
of political and economic enterprises
a. Why is user training such an important part of system development?
User training is important because it is the user that is ultimately affected by the finished product. An
application is the realization of use cases that share a mission
Lesson 5 Case Study
Chapter 8 - Structural Modeling
Indentify Entity Classes
Note to the student: Included are tables to complete for your convenience. The first two classes are identified to get you started.
a. What does integrity mean within the context of data management?
Integrity is a domain of design, data management and a principle of data security. With regards to data,
integrity is the level of ability to ensure that data remains unchan