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1. Draw a process model for the task of painting the walls in a room. Include the following tasks: choose color, buy paint, clean the walls, stir the paint, paint the wall. 2. The author uses interactive sessions when he teaches a course that includes distance learning students. The author divides the students into teams and posts a problem on the Web page. The teams work on the problem using chat rooms, ask questions of the instructor using a message board, and submit the solution via email. The instructor then grades the solutions using a grading sheet. Draw a process model for the interactive sessions. 3. Draw a data ow diagram for the simple library problem. 4. Draw a data ow diagram for a factory problem. 5. Draw a data ow diagram for a grocery store problem. 6. Draw an object model for a binary tree. 7. Draw an instance diagram of the binary tree object model. 8. Draw an object model for the grocery store problem. 9. Draw an object model for the factory problem. 10. Write additional scenarios for the patron checking out books from Example 2.11. 11. Draw a state diagram for a graphical user interface that has a main menu, a le menu with a le open command, and quit commands at each menu. Assume that only one le can be open at a time. 12. Extend the object model shown in Fig. 2-17 for the library problem to include a reservation object so patrons can reserve a book that has all copies checked out.
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Fig. 2-17. Library problem object model.
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13. Build a state machine for the library problem with the ability to reserve books.
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1. What are the di erences between a software life cycle model and a process model A software life cycle (SLC) model shows the major phases and the major deliverables, while a process model depicts the low-level tasks, the artifacts needed and produced, and the actors responsible for each low-level task. 2. What is the di erence between a descriptive process model and a prescriptive process model A descriptive process model describes what has happened in a software development. It is often developed as the result of a postmortem analysis. A prescriptive model describes what should be done during software development, including responses to error situations. 3. Why are decisions more common in prescriptive process models than in descriptive process models Decisions are more common in prescriptive process models because a prescriptive process model is trying to cover what is done in alternative situations. Thus, it may need to specify the decision that is used to decide what to do next. A descriptive process model describes what happened, and alternative actions are usually not included. 4. Why should tasks in a process model be separated by an artifact If one process follows another process, some information or document from the rst process is needed by the second. If this were not true, then the two processes would be independent of each other and one would not follow the other. This information or document should be identi ed and documented. 5. Why can t a task in a process model start until its input artifacts exist If one process depends on information from another, this second process cannot start until the rst process is nished. Some other process notations allow concurrency between two tasks, where the rst process has to start before the second process starts and the second process has to nish after the rst process nishes. 6. Why does every node in a process model have to have a path from the start node to itself and a path from itself to a terminal node If there is not a path from a start node to every node, then some nodes in the process model are never reachable and can be eliminated. If there is not a path from the current node to the terminal node, then there is an in nite loop. Neither of these situations is desirable and they need to be investigated. 7. In Example 2.3, how can a person distinguish between a test review that only occurs after all the unit testing was complete and a test review that occurs after each module has been unit tested
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