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ITGS Internal Assessment Project
Criterion B
Analysis
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Objectives for Today
• Identify your chosen solution
• Clearly describe the features / functions
your solution must have t...
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Criterion B
• Four parts:
– Proposed Solution
– Requirements Specification
– Specific Performance Criteria
– Justification...
Part I: Proposed Solution
Identify the solutions you considered. Clearly identify
your final choice. Bullet points is fine...
Part II: Requirements Specification
IT System Requirements
What hardware and software (including versions) will be needed ...
Part III: Specific Performance Criteria
Clear bullet points that outline the specific
things your solution must need in or...
Part III: Specific Performance Criteria
My solution must:
• Work well
• Be fast
• Look nice
• Be secure
Yuck! How are you ...
Part III: Specific Performance Criteria
My solution must:
• Appear the same on all major web
browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Sa...
Part III: Justification of Chosen Solution
• Explain how your solution addresses each
point in the Initial Investigation.
...
Next Steps
• Finish writing your Analysis and double-
check it: remember, you will assess yourself
on your specific perfor...
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ITGS Project - Criterion B - Analysis

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An overview of the ITGS internal assessment project Criterion B - Analysis. Explains to students how to complete the requirements specification (input, output requirements etc.), specific performance criteria, and justification of the chosen solution.

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ITGS Project - Criterion B - Analysis

  1. 1. ITGS Internal Assessment Project Criterion B Analysis Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  2. 2. Objectives for Today • Identify your chosen solution • Clearly describe the features / functions your solution must have to meet the client’s needs • Justify your chosen solution Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  3. 3. Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  4. 4. Criterion B • Four parts: – Proposed Solution – Requirements Specification – Specific Performance Criteria – Justification of the Chosen Solution Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  5. 5. Part I: Proposed Solution Identify the solutions you considered. Clearly identify your final choice. Bullet points is fine. For example: Mr. Happy and I considered: • Creating an improved paper-based system • Using a spreadsheet to maintain the data • Organising the data in a relational database After discussion, we decided a relational database would best solve his problems. Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  6. 6. Part II: Requirements Specification IT System Requirements What hardware and software (including versions) will be needed to run the final solution? System Interaction Must your solution work with any other systems? Input / Output Requirements What data must be input / output from the system? Be specific: not just ‘student details’ but ‘student name’, ‘student date of birth’. Include: • Input (by student during creation) • Input (by client / user during use) • Output Processing What functions must your solution perform? Security What security features will be implemented? Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  7. 7. Part III: Specific Performance Criteria Clear bullet points that outline the specific things your solution must need in order to be considered ‘complete’. These must relate to the client’s needs and must be specific and measurable (you will assess yourself in criterion E). For example… Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  8. 8. Part III: Specific Performance Criteria My solution must: • Work well • Be fast • Look nice • Be secure Yuck! How are you going to measure these?? Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  9. 9. Part III: Specific Performance Criteria My solution must: • Appear the same on all major web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Safari) • Provide my client’s contact information • Have a consistent look across all pages • Have a password-protected section for clients Much better! These can easily be assessed Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  10. 10. Part III: Justification of Chosen Solution • Explain how your solution addresses each point in the Initial Investigation. • Compare your chosen solution with one or two other solutions you considered. Say why those solutions would not solve the client's problem. Say why your solution is the best. Always refer to the problem explained in Criteria A. • Describe the software/hardware you will need to use for the project. Justify this choice by referring to: your skills, your clients skills, availability, and compatibility with the client's current hardware and software. Word limit: 350 words Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0
  11. 11. Next Steps • Finish writing your Analysis and double- check it: remember, you will assess yourself on your specific performance criteria. • Keep your Criteria C up to date (all columns) All ITGS project work must use the forms provided. Do not change the file names or the file format! Downloaded from www.itgstextbook.com. Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0

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