Release date: Wednesday, 02.07.14 - Due date: Sunday, 06.07.14, 23:59
|20 = 4+7+5+4 points|
The lecture has now made its way from the “Requirements Engineering” to the “Implementation”.
So, let's compare the Analysis Model
with our actual implementation:
a) List for the three use cases that are to a larger part implemented on the client the following information:
b) Look out for differences and similarities and list them as well:
c) Review as well the sequence diagram:
d) Let us assume that this software and the models would now be handed over to another team. Of course the next team would be happy to get understandable software and models from you. So let us assume you had a few days to make some corrections. Add to each of the differences you found a remark, whether you
We'd like to get one short sentence per difference. You don't need to do the changes. We just want to learn from you, whether the differences are there for systematic reasons or whether they could be removed in a more perfect system.
|10 [+ 2] points|
We have an implementation of a class Rectangle that stores its coordinates in two instances of the class Interval, one for the horizontal and one for the vertical extension of the Rectangle.
You can find the source code for this task (with a JUnit-test) as well in your repository in the project
Tip: The automated refactorings in Eclipse are more effective if you use some tricks:
|[12 + 3 points]|
Do you still remember your software vision? Fly over the (slides of the) lecture and describe in one or two sentences ideas from the lecture that you would use in your implementation (idea?/why?/how?). You get 0,5 points for each reasonable idea. We will count not more than three ideas per slide set and not more than 24 ideas (12 points) in total.
You may as well list up to three questions that the lecture did not answer for you.
Tell us in the following table how many test cases it needs to cover all statements, all branches, all paths or all basic paths:
Evaluation: 1 point for each coverage criterion for which you gave all numbers correct.