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Problem Statement: Online Library Management System

 

Description:

Borrowing  books,  returning  books  or  viewing  the  available  books  at  the  library  of  ABC University  Computer Science  Department is  currently  done  manually. The students and faculty has to go to the Library and check the available books at the Library and borrow the books only if the book is available.  Then the librarian makes manual entry on the Library card issued to the student and allows the members (Students and faculty) to check out the book. The searching, booking and maintaining the records become difficult due to lack of a database.

 

This project aims to develop an Online Library Management System for ABC University.  This  system would be used by members who may be students or faculty members of the Department to check the availability  of  the  books  and  borrow  the  books,  and  by  the  librarian  to  update  the  databases.  It  focuses  on  the  capabilities  and  facilities  provided  by  a  real Library. 

 

Considering the above scenario,

 

Question 1)

Software planning begins before technical work starts, continues as the software evolves from concept to reality, and culminates only when the software is retired. In the context of above scenario, write the preliminary plan for the following elements of SDP (Software development plan).  

                                                                                      Marks: 2.5 each.                                                                         

i)                   Scope

ii)                Objectives–Business requirements

iii)              Technical approach

iv)               Contractual aspects

v)                 Schedule

vi)               Resource allocation

vii)            Evaluation Methods

viii)          Overview of the Project Management

 

 

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i)             Scope

ii)           Objectives–Business requirements

iii)         Technical approach

iv)          Contractual aspects

v)            Schedule

vi)          Resource allocation

vii)        Evaluation Methods

viii)       Overview of the Project Management

 

Elements of SDP
Project Plan is iteratively defined through Concept & Requirements Phase. Initial
estimates are refined as scope and requirements become clearer. There are two
phases of project plan:
1. Preliminary
2. Final
Following are some elements of Software Project Plan:
a) Scope Planning
• Scope planning is the process of progressively elaborating and documenting
the project work (project scope) that produces the product of the project.
• Project Scope Planning startswith the initial inputs of product description, the
project charter, and the initial definition of constraints and assumptions.
• Note that the product description incorporates product requirements that
reflect agreed-upon customer needs and the product design that meets the
product requirements.
• The outputs of scope planning are the scope statement and scope management
plan, with the supporting detail.
• The scope statement forms the basis for an agreement between the project and
the project customer by identifying both the project objectives and the project
deliverables.
• Project teams develop multiple scope statements that are appropriate for the
level of project work decomposition.
b) Objectives – Business Requirements
– Could be “Mission Statement”
– Defines Business objectives for project
– Includes Business Case (NPV Model) & Detailed Description of assumptions.
c) Technical Approach
• Description of how new system is to be developed
– Technologies
– In House vs. Consultants
– Derivatives of existing (i.e. use existing object model)
– Architectural Layout – Layers
d) Contractual Aspects
• Specifies general needs from outside sources
– Consultants
– Software Suppliers
– Hardware Suppliers
– Network/Infrastructure Suppliers
• There are two types of contracts
1. Cost -Plus
2. Fixed Price
Most other relationships are some kind of combination of these two
1. Cost-plus (also called Time and material)
Cost-plus is a contractual relationship where the developer is paid for the cost of
the service provided and in addition isallowed an agreed profit margin.
This is rather like renting a car the customer pays for the time that the car is used
(by the hour, day, week etc.), and for any other expenses such as insurance and
gasoline.
2. Fixed price
A fixed price contract is a commitment by the developer to provide an agreed
product or service for an agreed fee, within an agreed schedule.
This is similar to purchasing a bus ticket, when the bus company agrees to take
the customer to a specific destination within a published timetable, and for an
agreed fee.
e) Schedules
• Defines specific dates for milestones components
• Work Breakdown Structure
• Use Scheduling Engines like MS project etc.
f) Resource Allocation
• Resources such as licenses, servers, orother software/hardware related items
• Personnel – how many people of what type and for how long
(Remember these are initial estimates in preliminary project plan)
g) Evaluation Methods
• What methods to be used to validate performance
– Testing for adherence to spec
– Monitoring usage
• Web trends
• Database Logs
– Transaction logs
– Setup schedule for reviews
h) Overview of Project Management
• Define where possible problems can occur
– New technologies
– Business risks
– Resources
• Define Contingency Plans
– Development methods
– If the worst happens, what to do

This is lesson No 25 from handouts

We disscussthis topics according to Online library managment system

please , all of you who want to solve this assignment, please have a look at the LECTURE # 25 ,,, you will solve this assignment with in an hour....

 Aoa i want to ask  that to make the schedule of the given scenario ms project will use or not? 

CS615 - Software Project Management Assignment No.4 Solution

 CS615 - Software Project Management Assignment No.4 Solution

Elements of SDP 

Project Plan is iteratively defined through Concept & Requirements Phase. Initial 
estimates are refined as scope and requirements become clearer. There are two 
phases of project plan: 
1. Preliminary 
2. Final 
Following are some elements of Software Project Plan: 
a) Scope Planning
• Scope planning is the process of progressively elaborating and documenting 
the project work (project scope) that produces the product of the project. 
• Project Scope Planning startswith the initial inputs of product description, the 
project charter, and the initial definition of constraints and assumptions. 
• Note that the product description incorporates product requirements that 
reflect agreed-upon customer needs and the product design that meets the 
product requirements. 
• The outputs of scope planning are the scope statement and scope management 
plan, with the supporting detail. 
• The scope statement forms the basis for an agreement between the project and 
the project customer by identifying both the project objectives and the project 
deliverables. 
• Project teams develop multiple scope statements that are appropriate for the 
level of project work decomposition. 
b) Objectives – Business Requirements 
– Could be “Mission Statement” 
– Defines Business objectives for project 
– Includes Business Case (NPV Model) & Detailed Description of assumptions. 
c) Technical Approach 
• Description of how new system is to be developed 
– Technologies 
– In House vs. Consultants 
– Derivatives of existing (i.e. use existing object model
– Architectural Layout – Layers 
d) Contractual Aspects 
• Specifies general needs from outside sources 
– Consultants 
– Software Suppliers 
– Hardware Suppliers 
– Network/Infrastructure Suppliers 
• There are two types of contracts 
1. Cost -Plus 
2. Fixed Price 
Most other relationships are some kind of combination of these two 
1. Cost-plus (also called Time and material) 
Cost-plus is a contractual relationship where the developer is paid for the cost of 
the service provided and in addition isallowed an agreed profit margin. 
This is rather like renting a car the customer pays for the time that the car is used 
(by the hour, day, week etc.), and for any other expenses such as insurance and 
gasoline. 
2. Fixed price 
A fixed price contract is a commitment by the developer to provide an agreed 
product or service for an agreed fee, within an agreed schedule. 
This is similar to purchasing a bus ticket, when the bus company agrees to take 
the customer to a specific destination within a published timetable, and for an 
agreed fee. 
e) Schedules 
• Defines specific dates for milestones components 
• Work Breakdown Structure 
• Use Scheduling Engines like MS project etc. 
f) Resource Allocation 
• Resources such as licenses, servers, orother software/hardware related items 
• Personnel – how many people of what type and for how long 
(Remember these are initial estimates in preliminary project plan) 
g) Evaluation Methods
• What methods to be used to validate performance 
– Testing for adherence to spec 
– Monitoring usage 
• Web trends 
• Database Logs 
– Transaction logs 
– Setup schedule for reviews 
h) Overview of Project Management
• Define where possible problems can occur 
– New technologies 
– Business risks 
– Resources 
• Define Contingency Plans 
– Development methods 
– If the worst happens, what to do

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