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3.5 EXERCISES

Design Scope

  3.1. Name at least five system design scopes that the following user story fragment could be about: ". . . Jenny is standing in front of her bank's ATM. It is dark. She has entered her PIN and is looking for the Enter button . . ."
  3.2. Draw a picture of the multiple scopes for an ATM, including hardware and software.
  3.3. What system are you, personally, writing requirements for? What is its extent? What is inside it? What is outside it that it must communicate with? What is the system that encloses it, and what is outside that containing system that it must communicate with? Give the enclosing system a name.
  3.4. Draw a picture of the multiple scopes for the Personal Advisors/Finance (PAF) system. (See Excercise 4.4.) 3.5. Draw a picture of the multiple scopes for a web application in which a user's workstation is connected through the web to your company's web server, which is attached to a legacy mainframe system.
  3.6. Describe the difference between enterprise-scope white-box business use cases and enterprise-scope black-box business use cases.
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