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Class Notes for FIT2001 at Monash University

Systems development

FIT2001 Lecture 3: FIT2001 Lecture 3 Investigating, understanding and documenting system requirements Notes

L3 Investigating, understanding and documenting system requirements Why use modelling? User Stories, Use Cases Modelling Model serves as an abstraction, simplified picture of complex reality. Reduce complexity of system...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Scope Creep, Low Fidelity, High Fidelity

L5 Investigating System Requirements Prototyping, Developing Usable systems Prototyping What: Process of quickly mocking up the future of a system + Explore ideas before investing in them Saves time and money + Shows rel...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Software Architecture

1. What factors need to be considered to assess the feasibility of this project? PIECES Performance Customers will be able to book in advance, so the system must be efficient enough to handle multiple bookings at the sam...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Encryption Software, Data Conversion, Acceptance Testing

L11 - Securing, implementing and maintaining the system Security Why? Information systems need to be secure in order to be ...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Postcondition

L4 - Investigating, understanding, and documenting system requirements: Use Case Diagrams, Use Case De...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Class Diagram, Loose Coupling, Use Case

L9 - Use case realisation: Design class diagrams and Sequence Diagrams OO Design The bridge between users requirements ...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Local Area Network, Software Architecture, Computer Network

L8 - Essentials of Design & Build vs. Buy, Outsourcing What is Design? The bridge from requirements to solution. Fo...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scope Creep, Waterfall Model, Iterative And Incremental Development

L2 - System development approaches, Stakeholder management, Investigating system requirements Development...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Class Diagram

L7 - Investigating and documenting system requirements - Domain & Class modelling Domain Modelling A model of t...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: User-Centered Design, User Interface, Usability

L6 - Interface Design Guidelines & Tips Know and be able to discuss guidelines that assist in designing usable interfaces ...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Systems Development Life Cycle, Scope Creep, Uptodate

FIT2001 - Notes 2016 L1 - Introduction Information Systems: An integrated set of components for collecting...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung
FIT2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Black-Box Testing, White-Box Testing, Software Testing

L10 - Testing The aim is to get the system to fail rather than confirm that is it correct. All systems must be tested for ...

Information Technology
FIT2001
Dr Yen Cheung

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