| Lesson 2 || Domain Analysis Requirements |
|Objective || What is required in the analysis of the domain? |
Domain Analysis Requirements
To create and submit diagramming exercises, you must have access to a drawing tool capable of making a GIF file. For example, you might choose a tool such as Corel Draw, Visio, or a freeware product.
Later in this module, the details of exercise submission are outlined.
Use of other tools
If you use an object-oriented (OO) modeling computer-assisted software engineering (CASE) tool, you will still have to be able to save your diagram as a GIF to submit your work.
If you do not have a CASE tool, you might consider searching for an evaluation copy. However, a CASE tool is not required for this course. In most cases a drawing tool (such as MS Word draw feature) will suffice.
The course will not provide support for any drawing tool or CASE tools, and instructions will not be provided on how to use any of these tools.
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Software Development Life Cycle
Simple Tools for Modeling
User interface modeling
(ß) User interface modeling is a development technique used by computer application programmers. Today's user interfaces are complex software components, which play an essential role in the usability of an application.
The development of UIs requires therefore, not only guidelines and best practice reports, but also a development process including the elaboration of visual models and a standardized notation for this visualization