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Year12 SDD

Major Project

Project Proposal

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|Release No. |Date |Revision Description | |Rev. 1 |30/10/2005 |Project Proposal Template | |Rev. 2 | | | |Rev. 3 | | | |Rev. 4 | | |

PROJECT PROPOSAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page #

1PROBLEM SPECIFICATION1
1.1Project Needs1
1.2Project Objectives1
1.3Project Boundaries1

2.ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS2

3.FEASIBILITY STUDY - Is the Problem Worth Solving?2

3.1Technical Feasibility2
3.1.1Technical Feasibility - Hardware2
3.1.2Technical Feasibility - Software2

3.2Scheduling Feasibility2

3.3Financial Feasibility2

3.4Operational Feasibility3

3.5Social and Ethical Considerations3

4.0GANTT CHART3

5.0RESEARCH OF SIMILIAR PRODUCTS3

5.1Commercial Potential of Your Software3

Introduction
Write an introduction in which you indicate the situation and the audience and provide an overview of the your software proposal.

PROBLEM SPECIFICATION

1 1.1Project Needs

Give a brief overview of ‘needs’ from a theoretical perspective (see page 76 of the Davis textbook) and then provide a list of the needs of your particular project.

2 1.2Project Objectives

Give a brief overview of ‘objectives’ from a theoretical perspective (see page 78 of the Davis textbook) and then provide a list of the objectives of your particular project.

3 1.3Project Boundaries

Give a brief overview of ‘boundaries’ from a theoretical perspective (see page 79 of the Davis textbook) and then provide a list of the boundaries of your particular project.

2 ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

Provide a list of the technical terms, acronyms and abbreviations used in this document and the meaning of each.

3 FEASIBILITY STUDY - Is the Problem Worth Solving?

Write an opening introduction here that encapsulates what you are going to say in the following sub-sections. Your introduction should tell the reader whether your project is worth solving or not.

1 Technical Feasibility

1 Technical Feasibility - Hardware

Describe the technical feasibility of the development, design, and continued operation of the proposed system from the point of view of hardware. Provide hardware requirements. State whether your project is feasible from a hardware perspective.

3.1.2Technical Feasibility - Software

Describe the technical feasibility of the development, design, and continued operation of the proposed system from the point of view of software. Provide software Requirements (eg Windows, Linux and Mac), future operating systems, any additional application software required in order to operate your system, etc. Can your product be upgraded? Is it worth providing upgrades? State whether your project is feasible from a software perspective.

2 Scheduling Feasibility

Here you evaluate the feasibility of building your project with respect to time. Use your Gantt Chart in Section 4 to help justify any of your decisions. State whether your project is feasible from a scheduling perspective. Theory – see page 83 of your Davis textbook.)

3 Financial Feasibility

Here you evaluate the feasibility of building your project with respect to cost; the cost of development,...
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