Software Engineering Detailed Documentation Outline

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Software Engineering Project
Documentation Outline
Title Page
Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Appendices
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background of the Study
1.2 Statement of the Problem
1.3 Objectives of the Study
1.3.1 General Objective
1.3.2 Specific Objective
1.4 Significance of the Study
1.5 Scope and Limitation
2.0 Methodology of the Study (Software Engineering Paradigm)
In this section, the developers will present the software engineering paradigm that they had chosen in developing the system. Sample paradigms include that of SDLC, Waterfall Process, and Prototyping among others. This chapter will include a brief description of the paradigm that the developers had selected and its
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d. Hardware and Software Considerations.
This chapter is presented in two parts: Software Costs Estimation and Hardware Costs Estimation with justification on the presented estimation. As a bottom-line for this chapter, what is actually presented in this section is the actual cost of the software in Philippine Peso.
6.0 Requirements Analysis Specification (model system requirements)
This chapter is about the analysis of the data gathered for the manual process from which the system development was based from. Since the manual processes were presented in Chapter 4, this chapter deals with the analysis of the data that was gathered.
6.1 Process Specification/Modelling
The analysis of the data gathered is presented through the use of the Data Flow Diagram modelling tool. Information analyzed in this section includes manual activities employed by the target company as well as the different entities involved in the manual processes.
6.2 Data Specification/Modelling
In this subsection, the analysis of the data gathered is presented through the use of the Entity Relationship Diagram modelling tool. In here, all manual documents are presented along with the relationship of each document.
7.0 Software Design Specification
Just like in the previous chapter, the analysis of data gathered is presented through the use of the different modelling tools available for the software engineer. In this section, the focus is however, placed on the target
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