A) My system will be common to all the hospitals, which have the same authority. This
will be useful for many hospitals in the city and will automate systems. On the other
hand, the system for each hospital to be faster than the who
Klimov Yerbol, IS-131K. Exercise 3.
Using the five sets defined in Chapter 6, classify each of the artifacts in
the diagram below, specifying which set it belongs to.
Requirement Set: Software Requirements Specifications, Minutes of Requirements
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Exercise 4: Model-Based Software Architectures
In the Chapter 7 described next views:
1) Use case view describes how the system critical use cases are realized by the elements of
2) Design view describes the arch
Task 1.1 solution
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DATA len TYPE i.
st = 'Hello World!'.
len = strlen( st ).
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Exercise 1 by Klimov Yerbol, IS-131K.
1)Requirements checklist for WebOrder:
1. The interface of the program is uncomfortable. The system should be easy to
use. Cant understand at the first time. The system should allow the user to
add any product they wa
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Exercise 5: Workflows of the Process
1.a) Using lines to connect processes to workflows, map each of the process groups listed above
(and shown in the left-hand column below) to one or more of the workflows defined in Chapter 8
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Exam 1 Practical.
1) List two factors that contributed to the "software crisis" in the early history of software
development and explain how software engineering life cycle approaches attempt to
address those factors.
On the first f