(solution) Stage 3: System Design Specification Before you begin this

(solution) Stage 3: System Design Specification Before you begin this

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Stage 3:   System Design Specification

Before you begin this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study and all assignments for this class, especially Stage 4:  Final System Report.  The feedback you received on your Stage 1 and Stage 2 assignments should be reviewed and used as you proceed with Stage 3.

Purpose of this Assignment

This assignment gives you the opportunity to apply a systematic approach to translate requirements into a high-level logical system design.  This assignment specifically addresses the following course outcomes to enable you to:

apply a systematic approach to translate requirements into an executable systems designeffectively communicate with stakeholders to determine, manage, and document business requirements throughout the SDLCIntroduction.  Provide an appropriate introduction to this document.  (one paragraph)Output Layout.  Begin with the three outputs listed in your Requirements Specification.  For each of them, create a diagram or table illustrating what the output would look like. (use a short paragraph to introduce this section and each diagram, table or illustration should use about ½ of a page)Output Layout #1.Output Layout #2.Output Layout #3.Input Layout.  Using the data elements listed in yourn Requirements Specification, create a diagram or table illustrating what the input screen would look like for each of the three sets of input.  (use a short paragraph to introduce this section and each diagram, table or illustration should use about ½ of a page)Input Layout #1.Input Layout #2.Input Layout #3.File/database Design ERDs.  For each of the three sets of outputs and inputs, create an Entity Relationship Diagram showing how the data elements are related to each other [see explanation at http://academic.regis.edu/ladams/Diagramming%20101.html].  Depending on the inputs and outputs identified, there may be some overlap of the data elements in the ERDs; a separate ERD should be developed for each pair of inputs/outputs.  (use a short paragraph to introduce this section, and each ERD should be on one page)File/database Design ERD #1.File/database Design ERD #2.File/database Design ERD #3.

Submitting Your Assignment

Submit your Requirements Specification and System Design Specification as one document via your Assignment Folder as Microsoft Word document, or a document that can be ready using MS Word, with your last name included in the filename.  Use the Grading Rubric below to be sure you have covered all aspects of the assignment.

GRADING RUBRIC:

Criteria

90-100%

Far Above Standards

80-89%

Above Standards

70-79%

Meets Standards

60-69%

Below Standards

< 60%

Well Below Standards

Possible Points

Introduction

5 Points

The corrected Requirements Specification is included along with a well-written introduction to the Systems Design Specification; demonstrates a sophisticated level of writing.

4 Points

The corrected Requirements Specification is included along with an appropriate introduction to the Systems Design Specification; demonstrates clear writing.

3.5 Points

The corrected Requirements Specification is included along with an introduction to the Systems Design Specification.

3 Points

The corrected Requirements Specification and/or the introduction to the Systems Design Specification may not be included or may not be complete.

0-2 Points

The corrected Requirements Specification and introduction to the Systems Design Specification are not included, or little effort is demonstrated.

5

Output Layouts

27-30 Points

Three output layouts are clearly and logically presented; and very clearly relate to the output requirements previously defined. Demonstrate a sophisticated level of analysis.  

24-26 Points

Three output layouts are clearly presented; and clearly relate to the output requirements previously defined. Demonstrate accurate analysis.

21-23 Points

Three output layouts are presented and relate to output requirements previously defined.

18-20 Points

Fewer than three output layouts may be provided, and/or they may not be appropriate to the previously defined output requirements.

0-17 Points

One or no output layouts are provided, may not relate to the previously defined output requirements, or little effort is demonstrated.

30

Input Layouts

27-30 Points

Three input layouts are clearly and logically presented; and very clearly relate to the input requirements previously defined. Demonstrate a sophisticated level of analysis.  

24-26 Points

Three input layouts are clearly presented; and clearly relate to the input requirements previously defined. Demonstrate accurate analysis.

21-23 Points

Three input layouts are presented and relate to input requirements previously defined.

18-20 Points

Fewer than three input layouts may be provided, and/or they may not be appropriate to the previously defined input requirements.

0-17 Points

One or no input layouts are provided, may not relate to the previously defined input requirements, or little effort is demonstrated.

30

File/Database Design ERDs

27-30 Points

Three Entity Relationship Diagrams are correctly constructed, logical, appropriate to the inputs/outputs, and demonstrate a sophisticated level of analysis.

24-26 Points

Three Entity Relationship Diagrams are correctly constructed, logical, appropriate to the inputs/outputs, and demonstrate accurate analysis.

21-23 Points

Three Entity Relationship Diagrams are adequately constructed, and appropriate to the inputs/outputs.

18-20 Points

Three Entity Relationship Diagrams may not be included, and/or may not be appropriate to the inputs/outputs.

0-17 Points

Fewer than three Entity Relationship Diagrams are not provided, are not appropriate to the inputs/ outputs or little effort is demonstrated.

30

Format

5 Points

Submission reflects effective organization and sophisticated writing; follows instructions provided; uses correct structure, grammar, and spelling; presented in a professional format; any references used are appropriately incorporated and cited using APA style.

4 Points

Submission reflects effective organization and clear writing; follows instructions provided; uses correct structure, grammar, and spelling; presented in a professional format; any references used are appropriately incorporated and cited using APA style.

3.5 Points

Submission is adequate, is somewhat organized, follows instructions provided; contains minimal grammar and/or spelling errors; and follows APA style for any references and citations.

3 Points

Submission is not well organized, and/or does not follow instructions provided; and/or contains grammar and/or spelling errors; and/or does not follow APA style for any references and citations. May demonstrate inadequate level of writing.

0-2 Points

Document is extremely poorly written and does not convey the information.

5

TOTAL Points Possible

100

Stage 3:   System Design Specification
Stage 3: System Design Specification Before you begin this assignment, be sure you have read the Case Study and all
assignments for this class, especially Stage 4: Final System Report. The feedback you
received on your Stage 1 and Stage 2 assignments should be reviewed and used as you
proceed with Stage 3.
Purpose of this Assignment
This assignment gives you the opportunity to apply a systematic approach to translate
requirements into a high-level logical system design. This assignment specifically addresses
the following course outcomes to enable you to: apply a systematic approach to translate requirements into an executable systems
design
effectively communicate with stakeholders to determine, manage, and document
business requirements throughout the SDLC Assignment
The results of your systems analysis and design work in this class will be documented in a
Final System Report. The purpose of the Report is to inform management of your system
proposal and gain approval to proceed with the project. The Report will be developed and
submitted in stages, which will be compiled at the end of class into the Final System Report.
Review the outline of the Final System Report in the Stage 4 Assignment description. Note
that it contains the analysis of the problem(s) and requirements, and proposes what kind of
a system solution is needed. It does not propose a specific solution, but it does recommend
why and how the organization should acquire the solution.
Following the Requirements Specification (Stage 2 assignment), the next step is to develop
the System Design Specification. The System Design Specification builds on the
Requirements Specification to illustrate how the files/database(s) will be laid out, how the
output (forms, reports, and/or screens) and input (forms and/or screens) should be designed.
As you develop this assignment, you should refer to your Stage 2 Requirements Specification
(and the feedback you received) and use the inputs and outputs you listed to create the
input and output layouts and the file/database design.
All of the information you need to complete the projects in this class is not provided in the
case study. In the discussion area of the classroom, there is a discussion titled &quot;Case Study
Interview Questions&quot; where you can pose questions about the case study, as if you were
interviewing the people in the case study organization. Any information that you need that
is not included in the case study should be asked about in this discussion. Responses from
the faculty member on behalf of the case study organization will be available for everyone in
the class.
Use the case study and the Case Study Interview Questions discussion, along with your
Stage 2 Requirements Specification (including the feedback received), and resources below,
to create a System Design Specification in the format shown below. Include your corrected
Stage 2 Requirements Specifications as the first part of this assignment. Approximate
lengths for each section of the Systems Design Specification are provided as a guideline; be
sure to provide all pertinent information. The sources of explanatory materials can be found
in the Week 5 Content readings. Stage 3: System Design Specification 1 Requirements Specification
Include your Requirements Specification from Stage 2, with corrections from the
feedback included. This will establish the context for your System Design Specification to
follow.
System Design Specification
I.
II. III. IV. Introduction. Provide an appropriate introduction to this document. (one
paragraph)
Output Layout. Begin with the three outputs listed in your Requirements
Specification. For each of them, create a diagram or table illustrating what the
output would look like. (use a short paragraph to introduce this section and each
diagram, table or illustration should use about ½ of a page)
A. Output Layout #1.
B. Output Layout #2.
C. Output Layout #3.
Input Layout. Using the data elements listed in your Requirements Specification,
create a diagram or table illustrating what the input screen would look like for
each of the three sets of input. (use a short paragraph to introduce this section
and each diagram, table or illustration should use about ½ of a page)
A. Input Layout #1.
B. Input Layout #2.
C. Input Layout #3.
File/database Design ERDs. For each of the three sets of outputs and inputs,
create an Entity Relationship Diagram showing how the data elements are related
to each other [see explanation at http://academic.regis.edu/ladams/Diagramming
%20101.html]. Depending on the inputs and outputs identified, there may be
some overlap of the data elements in the ERDs; a separate ERD should be
developed for each pair of inputs/outputs. (use a short paragraph to introduce
this section, and each ERD should be on one page)
A. File/database Design ERD #1.
B. File/database Design ERD #2.
C. File/database Design ERD #3. Submitting Your Assignment
Submit your Requirements Specification and System Design Specification as one document
via your Assignment Folder as Microsoft Word document, or a document that can be ready
using MS Word, with your last name included in the filename. Use the Grading Rubric below
to be sure you have covered all aspects of the assignment.
GRADING RUBRIC: Criteria 90-100% 80-89% 70-79% 60-69% &lt; 60% Far Above
Standards Above Standards Meets
Standards Below
Standards Well Below
Standards 5 Points 4 Points 3.5 Points 3 Points 0-2 Points Introduction Possibl
e
Points 5 Stage 3: System Design Specification 2 The corrected
Requirements
Specification is
included along
with a wellwritten
introduction to
the Systems
Design
Specification;
demonstrates a
sophisticated
level of writing. Output
Layouts The corrected
Requirements
Specification is
included along
with an
appropriate
introduction to
the Systems
Design
Specification;
demonstrates
clear writing. The corrected
Requirements
Specification is
included along
with an
introduction to
the Systems
Design
Specification. The corrected
Requirements
Specification
and/or the
introduction to
the Systems
Design
Specification
may not be
included or
may not be
complete. The
corrected
Requirement
s
Specification
and
introduction
to the
Systems
Design
Specification
are not
included, or
little effort is
demonstrate
d. 30
27-30 Points
Three output
layouts are
clearly and
logically
presented; and
very clearly
relate to the
output
requirements
previously
defined.
Demonstrate a
sophisticated
level of analysis. 24-26 Points 21-23 Points 18-20 Points 0-17 Points Three output
layouts are
clearly
presented; and
clearly relate to
the output
requirements
previously
defined.
Demonstrate
accurate
analysis. Three output
layouts are
presented and
relate to output
requirements
previously
defined. Fewer than
three output
layouts may be
provided,
and/or they
may not be
appropriate to
the previously
defined output
requirements. One or no
output
layouts are
provided,
may not
relate to the
previously
defined
output
requirement
s, or little
effort is
demonstrate
d. Stage 3: System Design Specification 3 Input
Layouts 30
27-30 Points
Three input
layouts are
clearly and
logically
presented; and
very clearly
relate to the
input
requirements
previously
defined.
Demonstrate a
sophisticated
level of analysis. File/Databa
se Design
ERDs 24-26 Points
Three input
layouts are
clearly
presented; and
clearly relate to
the input
requirements
previously
defined.
Demonstrate
accurate
analysis. 21-23 Points
Three input
layouts are
presented and
relate to input
requirements
previously
defined. 18-20 Points 0-17 Points Fewer than
three input
layouts may be
provided,
and/or they
may not be
appropriate to
the previously
defined input
requirements. One or no
input layouts
are
provided,
may not
relate to the
previously
defined
input
requirement
s, or little
effort is
demonstrate
d. 18-20 Points 0-17 Points Three Entity
Relationship
Diagrams may
not be
included,
and/or may not
be appropriate
to the
inputs/outputs. Fewer than
three Entity
Relationship
Diagrams
are not
provided,
are not
appropriate
to the
inputs/
outputs or
little effort is
demonstrate
d. 30
27-30 Points 24-26 Points 21-23 Points Three Entity
Relationship
Diagrams are
correctly
constructed,
logical,
appropriate to
the
inputs/outputs,
and demonstrate
a sophisticated
level of analysis. Three Entity
Relationship
Diagrams are
correctly
constructed,
logical,
appropriate to
the
inputs/outputs,
and demonstrate
accurate
analysis. Three Entity
Relationship
Diagrams are
adequately
constructed,
and appropriate
to the
inputs/outputs. Format 5
5 Points 4 Points 3.5 Points 3 Points 0-2 Points Submission
reflects effective
organization and
sophisticated
writing; follows
instructions
provided; uses
correct structure,
grammar, and
spelling;
presented in a
professional
format; any
references used
are appropriately
incorporated and Submission
reflects effective
organization and
clear writing;
follows
instructions
provided; uses
correct structure,
grammar, and
spelling;
presented in a
professional
format; any
references used
are appropriately
incorporated and Submission is
adequate, is
somewhat
organized,
follows
instructions
provided; contai
ns minimal
grammar and/or
spelling errors;
and follows APA
style for any
references and
citations. Submission is
not well
organized,
and/or does not
follow
instructions
provided;
and/or contains
grammar
and/or spelling
errors; and/or
does not follow
APA style for
any references
and citations.
May Document is
extremely
poorly
written and
does not
convey the
information. Stage 3: System Design Specification 4 cited using APA
style. cited using APA
style. demonstrate
inadequate
level of writing.
TOTAL
Points
Possible Stage 3: System Design Specification 100 5