Cis 555 Week 4 Assignment 2 Automated Teller Machine (Atm) Cis555 Week 4 Assignment 2 Automated Teller Machine (Atm)

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CIS 555 Week 1 Discussion 1
"The Four-Variable Model and Requirements" Please respond to the following: * From the e-Activity, speculate as to what the system requirement variables (monitored and controlled) and software requirements (input and output) are for the Nokia portable computer. Determine whether or not you believe that system requirements outweigh software requirements when it comes to usability of this computer. Support your position by writing the functional and non-functional requirement for this. * Suppose that
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Determine the types of risk, product-related or process-related, that you would consider when it comes to the operation of the car in public parking spaces. Defend why you would consider this type of risk. * Imagine that you have been contracted to work on a given project for which you have elicited requirements from stakeholders. However, there are inconsistencies in the documentation you were given, incomplete descriptions of processes, and interviewees have given you conflicting information. Propose a solution to resolve these inconsistencies and conflicting information using techniques discussed in the textbook.

CIS 555 Week 2 Discussion 2
"Documentation through Diagrams" Please respond to the following: * Imagine that you have been working on a project to design and build a given system. You have completed the elicitation and evaluation phases and now you need to specify and document the system-to-be. Suppose you have decided to use diagrammatic notations for the specification and documentation. Your options are to use context diagrams or frame diagrams. Evaluate each type of diagram and select the one you feel is the best fit. Provide a rationale. * Compare Entity-Relationship (ER) diagrams, Structured Analysis and Design Technique (SADT) diagrams, data flow diagrams (DFD), and Unified