You are creating a customer database for the Max league baseball team. The project starts with
system design (5 days), this followed by the design phase which includes subsystem A design (5
days), then subsystem B design (4 days), and subsystem C design (5 days). The next step is then
programming, which includes program A (9 days), program B (5 days) and program C (8 days). The
last step is testing (4 days). Considering those tasks, their duration and predecessors.
• Prepare a work breakdown structure showing tasks, durations and predecessor tasks.
• Calculate the start and finish date for each task and determine the critical path.
Hospital Management System
Hospital Management System is a large system including several subsystems or modules providing
variety of functions. Hospital Reception subsystem or module supports some of the many job duties
of hospital receptionist. Receptionist schedules patient’s appointments and admission to the
hospital, collects information from patient upon patient’s arrival and/or by phone. For the patient
that will stay in the hospital (“inpatient”) she or he should have a bed allotted in a ward.
Receptionists might also receive patient’s payments, record them in a database and provide receipts,
file insurance claims and medical reports.
1. List possible entities in the Hospital Management system, including their attributes.
2. Identify possible use cases and actors.
3. Draw the use case diagram that explain the process of Hospital Management System.
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Assessment-3 Details Unit Code and Title: SBM4201 System Analysis and Design Assessment 3: Portfolio Due date: Week 12 Group/individual: Individual Word count / Time provided: Weighting: 55% Unit Learning Outcomes: ULO-1 ULO-2 ULO-3 ULO-4 ULO-5 Assessment Details: Assessment Units: Primary Information Group/individual: Individual assignment Weighting: 55% Unit learning outcomes: [ULO1], [ULO2], [ULO3], [ULO4], [ULO5] Course Learning Outcomes: [CLO1], [CLO6], [CLO7], [CLO9] Rationale: Portfolio is a collection of artefacts with a coherent structure. Portfolio is more than a single item of work. The artefacts represent a range of topics and collected at different times. The portfolio assessment covers the following topics: information system development, system development approaches, data Modelling, IS project management, system requirements, user and system interfaces, and system testing, deployment and maintenance. This assessment allows student to apply theoretical concepts to practice by analysing case studies and proposing a suitable design. The portfolio assessment covers the following topics: information system development, system development approaches, data Modelling, IS project management, system requirements, user and system interfaces, and system testing, deployment and maintenance. Basic Instructions: • This is continuous evaluating assessment. The students are expected to perform the portfolio tasks individually in every class. • The students have to prepare a word file report for the submission. Portfolio Number 1 Page | 1 Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd. Trading as Asia Pacific International College 55 Regent Street, Chippendale, Sydney 2008: 02-9318 8111 PRV12007; CRICOS 03048DGroup/individual: Individual Assignment Weighting: 10% Unit learning outcomes: [ULO3] Due date: Week 6 Question 1: You are creating a customer…