Success in Your Project: A Guide to Student System Development Projects
Final year projects are an important feature of most undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business information technology, information systems, software engineering and business computing. This book has detailed guidance and support in preparing for, conducting and evaluating a system development project.
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Introduction to student projects
Identifying and selecting a project
System development approaches
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Success in Your Project: a guide to student system development projects.
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able academic activities application approach areas assessors chapter checklist Class diagram complete components constraints contents current system cycle database deliver deliverables demonstrate descriptions detail diagram discussed documents DSDM ensure environment evaluation example existing system explore external client extranet final report formal function Gantt chart group project hardware ideas identify implementation important infrastructure Internet interview investigation involve issues literature review literature search meet ment non-functional requirements object-oriented organisation package phase potential present problem produce programming Project Brief Project Initiation Document project plan project supervisor project topic prototype questionnaires questions relational database relevant requirements analysis Requirements Catalogue scope SDLC Section skills software prototype solution specific spiral model SSADM stage structured methods student project summary system development project Table tasks technical techniques timebox types University of Westminster user interface waterfall model workshop