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MIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_Design Specification Page 1 of 8 Task Summary Based on your responses to Assessment 1 – Written assessment, perform process and data modelling and develop and document a number of design diagrams using UML (including Context Diagram, Level 0 and Level 1 Data Flow Diagram, Entity Relationship Diagram).Context In Assessment 1, you performed a comprehensive requirement analysis for the online student enrolment system at the ABC University. With an in-depth understanding of the functional requirements of the System, you are now required to perform further analysis through process and data modelling. In doing so, you also need to provide a preliminary data storage design for the System. Both process modelling and data modelling can be used to provide deeper understanding of a new System. Thus, they are an integral part of System Analysis. Process modelling describe business processes – i.e. the sequence of activities that people do; while data modelling seeks to describe the ASSESSMENT 2 BRIEF Subject Code and Title MIS605 Systems Analysis and Design Assessment Design specification Individual/Group Individual Length 2500 words Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of the task below include: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders. c) Demonstrate the ability to effectively analyse, design and develop information systems using Unified Modelling Language (UML) models. Submission Due by 11:55pm AEST Sunday end of Module 4.2. Weighting 40% Total Marks 100 marksMIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_Design Specification Page 2 of 8 data flows through those processes. Data flow diagrams (including context diagrams) and entity relationship diagrams are the most common process and data modelling techniques used in industry. Instructions 1. Please read MIS605_Assessment 1_Case Study. Please note that every piece of information provided in this case study serves a purpose.2. Once you have completed reading the case study, please read the attached MIS605_Assessment 2_Additional case information document.3. Please complete the following tasks: Task 1. Create and document a Context Diagram for the System. (15 marks)Task 2. Create and document a Level 0 Data Flow Diagram (DFD). The Level 0 DFD should contain all the major high-level processes of the System and how these processes are interrelated. (20 marks)Task 3. Select three major and non-trivial processes from Level 0 DFD, decompose each of the processes into a more explicit Level 1 DFD. (24 marks)Task 4. Using your own experience with similar online student enrolment systems and the information provided in the case study: (i) Identify all the entities and their relationships in the System (ii) Create and document an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) for the System. Note: the case study has not and does not intend to provide a comprehensive description of entities in the System. You are expected to use your own experience with information systems in general and online student enrolment systems in particular to develop this ERD. ForMIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_Design Specification Page 3 of 8 example, would Subject Name be an attribute for a Subject? Would Date of Birth be an attribute for Students? (20 marks)Task 5. Should data be stored in files in a file system or in a database for the System? Justify your answer. (5 marks)Task 6. Translate the ERD you developed in Task 4 into a physical relational database design. Document database tables and their relationship in MSWord file. Normalise your database design to the Third Normal Form (3NF). (16 marks)4. Please note that your responses to the tasks above must relate to the case study provided.Word Count and Layout  The total word count for the written assessment should be no more than 2500 words.  Please provide all your answers in a MS word document.  All diagrams must be drawn using Lucidchart and copied into the MSWord document.  Please note that you are NOT required to copy the task description over to the MS Word document. Use the task number to indicate which task your response relates to.  The recommended font size is 12 with 1.5 spacing.Referencing It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more information on referencing here http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencingSubmission Instructions  Please submit the written assessment via the Assessment link within Assessment 2. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencingMIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_DesignSpecification Page 4 of 8 Marking Criteria F P C D HD Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. Create and document a Context Diagram for the System.  Use of correct notions.  Include all major entities.  Label arrows with data.  Use verbs for data label.  Appropriate use of arrows.  The diagram clearly shows the interaction of the system with its external entities. 15% Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders. Create and document a Level 0 Data Flow Diagram (DFD).  Level 0 DFD contain all the major high-level processes of the System and clearly outlines how these processes are interrelated.  Level 0 DFD is balanced with the context diagram.  Label arrows with data.MIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_DesignSpecification Page 5 of 8  Use verbs for the data label.  Appropriate use of arrows.  Clearly outlines all major processes and data storage critical to the System. 20% Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders. Select three major and non-trivial processes from Level 0 DFD, decompose each of the processes into a more explicit Level 1 DFD.  Level 1 DFD is balanced with the corresponding processes in level 0 DFD.  Label arrows with data.  Use of appropriate verbs for the data label.  Appropriate use of arrows.  Identified all the major processes and data storage critical to the System. 24% Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders.MIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_DesignSpecification Page 6 of 8 c) Demonstrate the ability to effectively analyse, design and develop information systems using Unified Modelling Language (UML) models.  Identify all the entities and their relationships in the System.  Create and documents an Entity Relationship Diagram which demonstrate the following qualities: - Use of correct notions. - Incorporates all major entities. - Includes all critical attributes. 20% Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders. c) Demonstrate the ability to effectively analyse, design and develop information systems using Unified Modelling Language (UML) models. Storage of data  Identify the most appropriate data storage for the System.  Provided a convincing justification for the chosen answer. 5% MIS605_Assessment_2_Brief_DesignSpecification Page 7 of 8 Subject Learning Outcome: a) Identify, critically evaluate and recommend information systems solutions for inefficiencies in business processes, procedures and work practices using data and process modelling techniques. b) Formulate, validate and document business requirements for a medium-scale information system development project and effectively communicate these requirements to the stakeholders. c) Demonstrate the ability to effectively analyse, design and develop information systems using Unified Modelling Language (UML) models
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Contents
Introduction                                        03
Task 1: Context Diagram                                03
Task 2: Data flow diagram (level -0)                        04
Task 3: Data flow diagram (level-1)                        05
Task 4: ER diagram                                06
Task 5: Fil system and database                            07
Task 6: Physical
Database design                        09
References                                         11
Introduction
This report is to understand the working of enrollment system. It includes the basic UML diagram required for this system. It contains context diagram, data flow diagram of different levels, entity relationship diagram and the physical database design. It is better to understand a system using the diagram before actually implementing it.
Task 1: Context diagram
In the above diagram, Student enrollment system is designed. It represents the complete information system. The data flow is used to connect the various entities to processes. It contains four external entities student enrollment officer, program editor, student and the time tabling officer (Then, P. H). The student retrieves the information about the subjects or courses and selects from the available list. The timetabling officer can create or edit the time table with the classes and timing. Program director has the option to change the subjects and courses pre-requisites. The student enrollment officer can make the changes with the available courses and subjects.
Task 2 Data flow diagram (Level 0)
Data flow diagram
Data flow diagram is used to represent the system of different levels of abstraction. The higher-level data flow diagram is divided into low levels-hacking information and functional elements. The data flow diagram can be divided into multiple levels. This above diagram is for the level-0 data flow diagram. It is a design of the abstracted system. It shows the system as a single process and its relationship with the external entities (Fleming, P. J). The flow of input and output data is shown using a
ows. This diagram contains mainly 4 entities. The student has the inflow for selecting subjects and making for payment. System outflows the customised timetable for every student (I
ahim, R.). Student enrolment officer can input for the subjects or courses. He can ask for the student report from the system. Program director can edit the details of the courses or subjects added by the officer. The level – 0 diagram is to find the main entities of the system and overall operations which can be performed on it.
Task 3 Data flow diagram (Level 1)
Talking about the level-1 diagram, it is more detailed representation of the system. This diagram contains more described entities. It contains more clear view of the system. It includes most of the operations and external actors. This diagram also includes the database which shows there is a database maintained for the system in which the data will be kept. The time table created by timetabling officer will be stored in the database. He can edit or delete it. Timetable relevant with the selection of subjects made by student will be shared with the student (Victoria, D., Estrella, J., Peche, J. P., Chue-Gallardo, J., Vialardi-Sacín, C., Ba
ientos-Padilla, A., & Ortigosa, Á.). The description about the subjects and courses will also be saved in the database. Student can retrieve the list of available subjects from the database and they will have their description. Student will access to the subjects and courses but only to view them and select. They can’t make changes in their description.
Task 4 Entity Relationship Diagram
Entity relational model is related with the database design of a system. It is a high-level conceptual diagram (Ongy, E. E.). We can use ER modelling to analyse the requirement of data systematically to produce a well-designed database. An entity-relational diagram is used to represent the real-world entities and the relationship established between them. Every entity is related with either one or more entities. Before actually implementing the database for the system, it is better the design an ER diagram.
The student enrolment system will have to store the information about the students, subject/courses, payment and timetable. The database needs to have different entities to store this information in a proper format. I have included seven entities for this system. A table stores information...
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