In order to model data, cardinalities, relationships, and entity types/instances are needed.
Entity types show the main characteristics of a collection of entities. Relationships link the
entity types/instances together. Cardinalities show what the relati
INFS 174: Database Systems Analysis and Design Assignment 2 Rubrics Robbins Version 1.0
The purpose of this assignment is to help you practice your skills to 1) write convincing explanations and 2) executive summaries as well as to 3)
refine to be uses ca
Assignment 2 has brought all of us together as a group, and taught us how to explain
information to each other in ways that we all understand and can develop as a group. Contextlevel diagrams are the big picture of how a system interacts with different in
Possible Assignment Idea
3. The professor with the most votes is assigned to teach that class.
a. If the class is filled with the most desired professor before all students have
picked their classes, a new section of the class will open with the sam
Main Success Scenario
1. Student logs on using Registration username and password.
a. Username = student ID number
b. Password = last name and birthday
2. Students search for courses they want to take.
3. Students view possible professor choices to teach
Level 0 Diagram
o The system shall receive a username and password from the students in order to
log them into the registration process.
o The system shall generate a finalized schedule for each student and will give each
student a copy of
INFS 174: Database Systems Analysis and Design Brief 1: Managing Requirements
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The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) can be seen to have five distinct activities:
Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, and Maintenance. The pur