Leader: Grace Rumantir
Caulfield First semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: This unit will examine the activities integral to the development of a multimedia systems, detailing the techniques of systems analysis and design used in the development process. Students will be involved in a mixture of individual and group-based work which will require application of the theoretical knowledge gained in lectures to a series of practical problems in multimedia systems development. The major focus of this unit will be to give a broad and balanced coverage of the traditional and object-oriented approaches to systems analysis and design.
Assessment: Two group based assignments (40%) Requirements Analysis (20%) Systems Design (20%) Examination (3 hours - 60%)
Contact Hours: 12 hours of study per week for 13 weeks: 2 hours lectures, 2 hours alternate laboratory/seminar time, 4 hours of work on practical assignments, 4 hours of reading and individual study time
Prerequisites: This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Multimedia or Master of Applied Information Technology