Interactive Logbook Sample

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Interactive Logbook
Final Report

Laurence Bridgefoot Paul Kiddie Tom Marianczak Chet Mistry Neil Sandle Dan Williams

0.0 Contents
1.0 Executive Summary .............................................................................. 3 2.0 Introduction ............................................................................................ 3 3.0 Literature Review................................................................................... 4 4.0 Socio Cognitive Engineering................................................................. 7 5.0 Aims and General Requirements ......................................................... 8 6.0 Theory of Use ........................................................................................ 9 7.0 Field Studies ........................................................................................ 11 7.1 Information Acquisition through Questionnaires .......... 11 7.2 Information Acquisition through Focus Groups ............ 14 8.0 Task Model .......................................................................................... 17 8.1 Peer Interaction and Collaboration................................ 17 8.2 Communication .............................................................. 18 8.3 Resource Access and Sharing...................................... 19 8.4 Organisation and Time Management ........................... 20 9.0 Introduction to System Design and Implementation.......................... 20 10.0 Design Concept................................................................................. 21 10.1 Peer Interaction and Collaboration ............................. 22 10.2 Communication............................................................ 23 10.3 Resource Access and Sharing.................................... 24 10.4 Organisation and Time Management ......................... 25 11.0 Requirements Capture...................................................................... 25 11.1 Functional Requirements ............................................ 25 11.2 Non Functional Requirements .................................... 28 12.0 Design Space .................................................................................... 28 12.1 QOC.............................................................................. 28 12.2 Main Interface Designs................................................ 33

12.3 Card Sort ...................................................................... 33 13.0 System Specification......................................................................... 36 13.1 Top Level Use Case Diagrams................................... 36 13.2 Second Level Use Case Diagrams............................. 38 13.3 Noun identification........................................................ 42 13.4 Nouns categorised....................................................... 43 13.5 Initial class list............................................................... 43 13.6 CRC Cards................................................................... 43 13.7 Class Diagram.............................................................. 44 13.8 Interaction Diagram...................................................... 44 14.0 Implementation.................................................................................. 44 14.1 User’s Perspective....................................................... 46 14.2 Designer’s and Implementer’s Perspective................ 48 15.0 Testing ............................................................................................... 56 15.1 User’s Perspective....................................................... 56 15.2 Implementer’s Perspective .......................................... 61 15.3 Designer’s Perspective................................................ 65 16.0 Deployed System...

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