Fundamentals of Operating Systems and Java Programming
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Unit Code MN404 – T1 2017
Unit Title Fundamentals of Operating Systems and Java Programming
Assessment Type Individual, written
Assessment Title Assessment 2: Java Programming case studies
Purpose of the assessment Main objectives of this assignment is to enable student to analyse the case study, gather Information required for class design and provide implementation as specified. After successful completion of this assignment, students should be able to:
a. Analyse a case study related to programming.
b. Selection of attributes, corresponding datatypes and associated methods of Java classes
c. Simple implementations
Weight 20% of the total assessments
Total Marks 50
Word limit 1000 (approximately 4 pages)
Due Date Week 12, demonstrate during laboratory class and submit report on Moodle
Submission Guidelines • All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date along with a completed Assignment Cover Page.
• The assignment must be in MS Word format, 1.5 spacing, 11-pt Calibri (Body) font and 2 cm margins on all four sides of your page with appropriate section headings.
• Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference list using IEEE referencing style.
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Assignment 2 Specification
Business case study: Country Kitchen Classics Web User Interface
In this case study, you will design the classes that support the interface to the Country Kitchen Classics database (written in Java programming language). After your class design is completed, you are asked to provide implementation of your design as specified in the case study.
Your cousin Alice and her business partner, Rachel, plan to sell quality, gourmet frozen meals over the Internet. Alice and Rachel had been studying the market and see a need for these meals, especially among the elderly and busy working families. Alice knows that you are proficient in Java programming and graphical user interface design. She hires you for the summer to help create this exciting business.
Alice envisions the business to include these parameter: customers, meals, orders and shipping costs.
o Customers will be ordering their meals via the Internet, so the business needs to track their name, shipping address, telephone number, credit card details and email address.
o Meals will be categorized by their unique ID number. Each meal has a name, specific price and description, and this information must also appear in the database.
o Orders details need to include the specific meal(s), quantities, customer and whether the order requires overnight shipping.
o Shipping costs includes two flat-rate costs: one for regular shipping and one for overnight shipping.
Alice wants web interface to accomplish certain tasks. First, she wants you to create Internet order form for ordering meals. (The form should show basic order headings, such as Order Number, Customer ID, Date and a check box to indicate whether the customer needs overnight delivery.) In a suborn, the order information required to order meals should include headings for Order Number, Meal ID and Quantity.
In addition, Alice, as an administrator, wants the following features as queries:
1) Potential customers might telephone the office and ask for more details about certain menu items. So, Alice would like the office staff to be able to make queries that will display the description and price of each meal.
2) Alice would also like an easy way to calculate the number of meals sold on a particular day. She would like to be able to input the date and see a list showing meals with highest to lowest sales. This information is to ensure adequate inventory in the future.
3) The shipping clerk needs to see which of today’s orders require overnight delivery so he can meet the pick-up deadline.
Finally, Alice requires you to create a daily report that lists each customer’s ID number, last name, their order, the dollar amount of the order, shipping cost and total order, which includes both meals and shipping costs.
Your report should provide detailed answers for the following questions.
Q1. Specify Use cases (minimum of six) for the design of Country Kitchen Classics Web User Interface specifying the actors. Provide possible scenarios (minimum of two) for each Use case. (Use UML notation)
Q2. Determine the classes that are required for the design (minimum of four classes). All classes need to be given a meaningful name.
Q3. Assign attributes for the classes specifying the datatype, the possible range of values (meaningful names should be given).
Q4. Provide the class declaration for three of the classes and a simple implementation of initialization of datatypes of the classes. And provide a display() method that outputs the datatypes to the console.
Section to be included in the report Description of the section Marks
Introduction Brief introduction to the reports on your case study exercises 2
Case study Q1 Use cases 12
Case study Q2 Selection of classes 10
Case study Q3 Attributes (datatypes) 10
Case study Q4 Implementations 10
Conclusions Write clear conclusion to the case study. 3
Demonstration Demonstration –
Reference style Follow IEEE reference style 3
Grades Excellent Very Good Good Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Introduction Concise and specific to the exercise Topics are relevant and soundly analysed. Generally relevant and analysed. Some relevance and briefly presented. This is not relevant to the assignment topic.
Case study 1 Concise and specific to the case study Topics are relevant and soundly analysed. Generally relevant and analysed. Some relevance and briefly presented. This is not relevant to the assignment topic.
Case study 2 Concise and specific to the case study Topics are relevant and soundly analysed. Generally relevant and analysed. Some relevance and briefly presented. This is not relevant to the assignment topic.
Case study 3 Concise and specific to the case study Topics are relevant and soundly analysed. Generally relevant and analysed. Some relevance and briefly presented. This is not relevant to the assignment topic.
Case study 4 Concise and specific to the case study Topics are relevant and soundly analysed. Generally relevant and analysed. Some relevance and briefly presented. This is not relevant to the assignment topic.
Conclusions All elements are present and very well integrated. Components present with good cohesive Components present and mostly well integrated Most components present Proposal lacks structure.
Demonstration Logic is clear and easy to follow with strong arguments Consistency logical and convincing Mostly consistent logical and convincing Adequate cohesion and conviction Argument is confused and disjointed
IEEE Reference style Clear styles with excellent source of references. Clear referencing style Generally good referencing style Sometimes clear referencing style Lacks consistency with many errors