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  • The research question are separated into 4 main objectives.
  • The research framework shows the overall idea of the research adopted case study stages from Yin (2010) and Khan et al (2011)Adopted from Yin (2010) and Khan et al. (2011)
  • The table illustrates mapping objectives-approaches-outcomes with the research framework.Reason:To clarify the relationships between the research outcomes & research framework.
  • HCI: Human–computer interactionER Diagram: Entity–relationship

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  • OVERVIEW OF DESCRIPTION OF RESEARCH & DISCUSSION OF OUTCOMES F O R D EVEL O PM EN T O F RESTAURANT E - MENU PROTOTYPE Created by Traitet Th.Project: E-menu on iPad for Thai restaurant Created Date 16 Aug 2012Artifact Group: Description of research & discussion of outcomes Revised Date 6 Sep 2012 Revision No. 1.0Content: Artifact of description of research & discussion of Document Name D01-001 outcomes
  • 1) REVIEWS OF RESEARCHQUESTION, OBJECTIVES AND FRAMEWORK 2
  • 3 1 .1 ) R EVIEW OF R ESEA R C H QU ESTION Research Question How can a prototype of an electronic menu (e-menu) application be developed for the casual dining restaurant industry to meet business requirements?Research Objectives Key Issues to System Analysis & Recommendations User’s perceptions of develop e-menu Design Documents regarding to e-menu prototype prototype and e-menu prototype e-menu development
  • 1.2) Review of the Research Framework REVIEW RESEARCHstudy FRAMEWORK PROCESS Research Framework of the case 4 How can a prototype of an electronic menu (e- menu) application be developed for the casual Research question dining restaurant industry to meet business E-menu system, software usability & HCI requirements? (Human-computer interaction), Software development methodologies, and e-menu on DESIGN Literature review iOS or Android devices. Initial Objective Initial Objective Identify key issues relating Identify key issues Identify key issues relating the e-menu system software development Software development methodology is Analysis and design rapid application development (RAD) Quick design 1 documents System (data) analysis and design Capture and analyze Iterative process Potential outcomes CONDUCT Develop prototype mainly based on requirements UML Techniques Analysis & design 1 Direct observation Documents Data collection by Evaluate system direct observation and 2 Final prototype group interviews Users’ perception on Users are satisfied the prototype 3 the menu prototype Collection data 2 Final prototype Recommendation of by group Interviews 4 software development Analysis ANALYSIS Analysis the case study Analysis users’ perceptions from evidence software development group Interviews data Recommendations ofCONCLUSION 3 Developing the 4 Recommendations of the users’ perceptions conclusions software development on the e-menu prototype Adopted from Yin (2010) and Khan et al. (2011)
  • 1.3) MAPPING OF RESEARCH OBJECTIVES, 5 APPROACHES, OUTCOMES AND RESEARCH FRAMEWORK Mapping with theNo Objectives Approaches Outcomes Research Framework To identify key issues relating Key issues relating to Critical evaluation of the range1 to development of development of e-menu Initial Objective of literature e-menu application application To investigate the system List of requirements, Direct observation and Rapid Potential2 requirements and develop the e-menu prototype and system Application Development Outcomes 1 & 2 e-menu prototype analysis and design documents To evaluate Group interviews and content Potential3 users perceptions of Users perceptions analysis Outcome 3 the e-menu prototype Recommendations regarding To make recommendations Reflection of software Potential4 development of e-menu regarding e-menu development development processes Outcome 4 prototype
  • 2) STRUCTURE OF PORTFOLIO FOR THE ARTEFACT OUTCOMESPurpose of this section: To navigate the artifact outcomes 6
  • 2 ) ST R UC T UR E OF P ORT FOLIO FOR 7 T HE A RT E FA C T OUT C OME S Artifact Format Initial Objectives Key knowledge (E-menu prototype) Key knowledge (Software Development)MS Word & PowerPoint E-menu for Restaurant SW Usability & Software Dev. Files (Literature iOS & Andriod restaurant Service Process HCI Methodology Review) Potential Outcome 1 System analysis & design documents PowerPoint List of UML Use Case UML Class Entity–Relationship Workflow and Visio Files Requirements Diagram Diagram (ER) Diagram Diagrams Potential Outcome 2 Prototype of e-menu application E-menu E-menu app on iPad E-menu Application E-menu website Database web services & e-menu web on iPad (Xcode) for staff (ASP.Net) (ASP.Net) Additional artifacts to demonstrate the prototype before interviews Additional Outcomes Presentation of e- Document for testing Video files & Presentation e-menu Presentation of e-menu menu features on business requirements MS PowerPoint by Videos features on iPad Web Users’ perceptions Recommendation on the e-menu prototype Potential Outcome 3 on e-menu development Potential Outcome 4 MS PowerPoint Software Dev. E-menu features based on business requirements SW Usability & HCI & Word Files Methodology
  • 8 REFERENCES YIN, Robert K. (2012). Application of case study research. 3rd ed., London, SAGE Publications. KHAN, Asif Irshad, et al. (2011). Comprehensive study of commonly practiced heavy and light weight software methodologies. [online]. International Journal of Computer Science, 8(4), 441-450. Article from TechRepublic last accessed 3 September 2012 at: http://www.techrepublic.com/whitepapers/a- comprehensive-study-of-commonly-practiced-heavy-and-light-weight-software- methodologies/3809811/post.