System Analysis and Modelling (INFO5001)


This unit provides a comprehensive introduction to the analysis of complex systems. Key topics are the determination and expression of system requirements (both functional and on-functional), and the representation of structural and behavioural models of the system in UML notations. Students will be expected to evaluate requirements documents and models as well as producing them. This unit covers essential topics from the ACM/IEEE SE2004 curriculum, especially from MAA Software Modelling and Analysis. Note: The lectures of this unit are co-taught with INFO2110.

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2 hours lecture and 2 hour lab per week.


Through semester assessment (40%), FInal Exam (60%)

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

Assumed knowledge: Experience with a data model as in COMP5212 or COMP5214 or COMP5028 or COMP5138


INFO2110, ELEC3610, ELEC5743

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