New York University
Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Course Title: Software Engineering
Course Number: g22.2440-001
Instructor: Jean-Claude Franchitti Session: 6
Team Project (Part 2)
As part of the team project (part
1), you developed a high-level description of your project topic, a business
model, and an overall system specification. In this second part, you will focus
on designing “portable” data for your application using UML. You should review
session 4 handouts titled “Information Modeling with XML” and “Using UML to
Model Application of XML”. These documents provide practical documentation on
XML and the use of UML to model portable data. Later phases of the project will
bear on static and dynamic modeling such as that used in the agile modeling
approach. You will then learn how to implement a finished product using a
software development methodology.
Deliverables for the second part of your
project are as follows:
- Identify portable data to be used in your application. Please focus
on the parts of your application for which you intend to implement a
complete piece of software as part of your project. Document the
corresponding information structures and represent them informally in XML
form (i.e., provide sample XML data initially).
- Document the portable data identified above using UML
- Select and use a tool to generate corresponding XML schema(s) for
your portable (XML) data. It is recommended that you use the HyperModel tool (http://www.xmlmodeling.com/)
to generate XML schema(s) from UML model(s).
- Use the XML schema(s) generated above to formally define a sample
information structure in XML form. You may use an XML Editor such as XMLSpy (http://www.altova.com)
to facilitate this part of the exercise.
3. Project Submission
- Project documentation should be submitted both
electronically and in printed form. You need to submit the printed form
for quick review and marking as well as the electronic form.
- In case of electronic submission please make a zip or
tar package of all the documents and the model (*.mdl,
*.vsd, *.xmi, etc.)
files and please include a “readme” file
mentioning the name and version of the tool that was used to generate the
- The electronic version of project assignments should
be forwarded to the course TA by email.
- Inquiries about the project assignments can be
forwarded to the TA and/or course instructor.