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Sample High Level Design
By Ofer Faigon, Aug 2004www.bitFormation.comLast modified: 11 Mar, 2005[Some companies have a uniform cover page that your document must use. If not, be sureto include the title, author and company, date/time of last modification. A table of revisions could come in handy sometimes, but it does not need to be on the cover page].
 
Sample High Level Design
Sample High Level Design.................................................................................................11 Introduction .......................................................................................................................31.1 Background ................................................................................................................31.2 Design Goals ..............................................................................................................32 Architecture .......................................................................................................................42.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................42.2 Data ............................................................................................................................52.2.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................52.2.2 Schema ................................................................................................................52.2.3 File and Data Formats .........................................................................................52.3 Communication ..........................................................................................................52.4 Code ...........................................................................................................................52.4.1 Introduction .........................................................................................................52.4.2 Modules ...............................................................................................................52.4.2.1 Module A .....................................................................................................62.4.2.2 Module B .....................................................................................................62.4.2.3 … ..................................................................................................................72.4.3 Interfaces .............................................................................................................73 Operation ...........................................................................................................................83.1 User types ...................................................................................................................83.2 Scenarios ....................................................................................................................83.3 Installation ..................................................................................................................83.4 Licensing ....................................................................................................................83.5 Upgrades ....................................................................................................................83.6 Uninstall .....................................................................................................................94 Development ...................................................................................................................105 Miscellanea / Appendices ............................................................................................... 115.1 Conformance with standards ....................................................................................115.2 Interoperability with other systems ..........................................................................115.3 Expandability ...........................................................................................................115.4 Debugging ................................................................................................................115.5 Security ....................................................................................................................115.6 Open Issues ..............................................................................................................115.7 Glossary ................................................................................................................... 125.8 Bibliography ............................................................................................................ 12
11-Mar-2005 19:21
Ofer Faigon, www.bitFormation.com
 
Sample High Level Design
1 Introduction
1.1Backgroun
A well-written background should not cover more than a single page. As it is the openingsection of your design document, the background must refer to the following questions:
What the new system is
The social and technological environment in which the system will function
Its advantages over older systems
Who the potential users are, and how they will benefit from itAlthough some of these points were probably discussed at length elsewhere, their brief mention in the background is invaluable to the clarity and effectiveness of your document.
1.2Design Goals
This section should outline the technical manifestation of the system requirements, andlist the goals your design is intended to achieve.
11-Mar-2005 19:21
Ofer Faigon, www.bitFormation.com
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