Presentation on theme: "Airline Reservation System MSE Project Phase 1 Presentation -- Kaavya Kuppa Committee Members: Dr.Daniel Andresen Dr.Torben Amtoft Dr. Mitchell L. Neilsen."— Presentation transcript:
Airline Reservation System MSE Project Phase 1 Presentation -- Kaavya Kuppa Committee Members: Dr.Daniel Andresen Dr.Torben Amtoft Dr. Mitchell L. Neilsen
Agenda Project Overview Use Case Diagrams System Functionality Cost Estimation Model Gantt Chart Architecture Elaboration Plan Project Plan Questions
Project Overview The main objective of this project is to design and develop an Airline Reservation System. This project is mainly intended for the customers, who use the airline websites to make reservations on flights. This system will be implemented in C#.NET and SQL Server 2000 will act as the database.
Project Overview continued The main motivation for the project comes from my interest to learn new technologies, like C# and ASP.NET. Creating a web-based online application would give me more experience using these technologies. Database design was also one of my major objective for choosing this project.
Use Case Diagrams Customer Use Case Diagram
Use Case Diagrams continued Administrator Use Case Diagram
System Functionality The functionality for the project is divided among the users and administrators of the Airline Reservation System. User Functionality Administrator Functionality
User Functionality New Registration Edit personal details Login/Logout Book flights Book motels, packages along with the airline ticket reservations Contact the airline company View the booking instructions online
Administrator Functionality Login/Logout Add/Delete/Modify customer information Add/Delete/Modify flight information Add/Delete/Modify package or motel information Cancellation of Reservations Confirmation Modify details of web-page
Cost Estimation Model The Constructive Cost Model, also known as the COCOMO model,has been designed in 1981 by Barry Boehm, to give an estimate of number of man months it will take to develop a software product. The model also estimates the development schedule for the project in months and gives us a schedule distribution for all the major phases of a project.
Cost Estimation Model continued The Airline Reservation System project has an average complexity and fair flexibility. Thus, this project is classified as an organic project under the COCOMO model. The equations as they are modified for the organic projects are as follows: Effort = 3.2 * EAF * (Size) ^ 1.05 Time = 2.5 * (Effort) ^ 0.38 where Effort = number of staff months (PM) EAF = effort adjustment factor Size = number of lines of code for completed product. It is measures in KLOC (thousands of lines of code) Time = total number of months
Cost Estimation Model Continued Effort = 3.2 * 0.45 * 3.0 ^ 1.05 = 4.56 staff months Time = 2.5 * 4.56 ^ 0.38 = 4.44 months (development time)
Architecture Elaboration Plan Revision of the Vision document Revision of the Project Plan Architecture Design Developing Prototype Test Plan Formal Technical Inspections Formal Requirements Specification Phase 2 Presentation
Project Plan (Phase 1) Vision Document 1.0 Project Plan 1.0 Software Quality Assurance Plan Presentation 1
Project Plan (Phase 2) Action items identified during phase I Vision Document 2.0 Project Plan 2.0 Formal Requirement Specification Architecture Design Test Plan Formal Technical Inspection – submitted by two individual MSE students Executable Architecture Prototype Phase 2 Presentation
Project Plan (Phase 3) Action items identified during phase II User Manual Component Design Source Code Assessment Evaluation Project Evaluation Test Results References Formal Technical Inspections - submitted by two individual MSE students Final MSE presentation