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2 List five questions that it would be useful to ask Naresh during the interview. 2. 3 This chapter includes a list of requirements that have been identified during the requirements elicitation process. Suggest two further requirements that it would be useful to have in the new Wheels system. 2. 4 Mike, the owner of Wheels, is wondering whether to expand the hire business to include sports items such as skateboards, 37 38 A STUDENTGUIDETO OBJECT-ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT surfboards, golf clubs and tennis rackets.
2. 3 This chapter includes a list of requirements that have been identified during the requirements elicitation process. Suggest two further requirements that it would be useful to have in the new Wheels system. 2. 4 Mike, the owner of Wheels, is wondering whether to expand the hire business to include sports items such as skateboards, 37 38 A STUDENTGUIDETO OBJECT-ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT surfboards, golf clubs and tennis rackets. He wants to find out whether this would be attractive to his current customers.
6th edition, AddisonWesley, Wokingham. , Wilkerson, B. and Wiener, L. (199o) Designing Object-oriented Software, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Quick check questions You can find the answers to these in the chapter. a Why is it not enough just to read the book if you want to make a useful contribution to a software development team? b What is a system life cycle? c What are the main stages of a traditional system life cycle? d List four life cycle models that are based on the traditional approach to developing software systems e What are the main phases of object-oriented system development?