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Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering Madhurawada,Visakhapatnam- 530 041

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CERTIFICATE
Certified that this is a bonafied record of practical work done by _______________ of ____________B. Tech ____Semester in the ______________________________________Lab of Department of _________________________________ during the academic year _____________
No. of experiments done and certified:

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Signature of Laboratory In charge

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to express my deep sense of gratitude and indebtedness to my esteemed institute “Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering”, which has provided me an opportunity to fulfill the most cherished desire to reach my goal. I owe project to Mr. K. Koteswara Rao, Asst Prof who has been my project’s guide. I sincerely thank him for the support and guidance which he has given me. My sincere thanks to Asst Prof Mr. SRM Krishna Department of Computer Science and Engineering

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Contents UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE.............5
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................... .....5 MODEL............................................................................................................. ........5 MODELING............................................................................................. ..................5 VISUAL MODELING.......................................................................................... .........5 WHY DO WE MODEL?........................................................................................ .......5 AIMS OF MODELING................................................................................. ................5 VISUAL MODELING USES.........................................................................................6 HISTORY OF UML.....................................................................................................6 WHERE UML CAN BE USED?....................................................................................6 UML Diagrams................................................................................. ........................7 BEHAVIORAL DIAGRAMS..........................................................................................7 STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS......................................................................................... .9

INTRODUCTION TO RATIONAL ROSE.....11
USECASE VIEW......................................................................................................12 LOGICAL VIEW.......................................................................................................13 COMPONENT VIEW............................................................................................... ..13 DEPLOYMENT VIEW...................................................................................... ..........14

UNIFIED LIBRARY APPLICATION...........14
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ .....14 TEXTUAL ANALYSIS................................................................................................15 USECASE DIAGRAM.......................................................................................... ......16 3

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM................................................................................................17 INTERACTION DIAGRAM.........................................................................................18 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM.............................................................................................18 COLLABORATION DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......19 CLASS DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......................20 STATE CHART DIAGRAM.........................................................................................21 STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM.............................................................................23 FORWARD ENGINEERING.......................................................................................24 REVERSE ENGINEERING.................................................................................. .......39

POINT OF SALE...................................48
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ .....48 TEXTUAL ANALYSIS................................................................................................48 USECASE DIAGRAM.......................................................................................... ......49 INTERACTION DIAGRAM.........................................................................................52 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM.............................................................................................52 COLLABORATION DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......53 CLASS DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......................53 STATE CHART DIAGRAM.........................................................................................54 STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM.............................................................................56

MULTITHREADED AIRPORT SIMULATION .........................................................57
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ .....57 TEXTUAL ANALYSIS................................................................................................57 USECASE DIAGRAM.......................................................................................... ......58 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM................................................................................................59 INTERACTION DIAGRAM.........................................................................................60 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM.............................................................................................60 COLLABORATION DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......61 CLASS DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......................62 STATE CHART DIAGRAM.........................................................................................63 STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM.............................................................................64 4

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SIMULATED COMPANY.........................65
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................ .....65 TEXTUAL ANALYSIS................................................................................................65 USECASE DIAGRAM.......................................................................................... ......66 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM................................................................................................67 INTERACTION DIAGRAM.........................................................................................69 SEQUENCE DIAGRAM.............................................................................................69 COLLABORATION DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......70 CLASS DIAGRAM.............................................................................. ......................70 STATE CHART DIAGRAM.........................................................................................71 STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM.............................................................................73

UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE
INTRODUCTION
UML stands for Unified Modeling Language. UML is a language for visualizing, documenting the artifacts of software intensive system.

MODEL
James Rumbaugh defined Model as a simplification of reality

MODELING
Modeling is captures essential parts of the system.

VISUAL MODELING
Visual modeling is a modeling with standard graphical notation

WHY DO WE MODEL?
We build models so that we can better understand the system we are developing

AIMS OF MODELING
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• Models help us to visualize a system as it is or as we want to be • Models permit us to specify the structure of system • Models give us a template that guides us in constructing system • Models can document the decisions we have made

VISUAL MODELING USES
• Visual modeling captures business process • Visual modeling is a communication tool • Visual modeling manages the complexity • Visual modeling promotes reuse

HISTORY OF UML
In the late 1980s and early 1990s there were 3 methodologies: Booch Methodology: This was designed by Grady Booch which is great in design OMT (Object Modeling Technique) Methodology: This was designed by James Rumbaugh et’ al which is great in analysis OOSE (Objectory) Methodology: This was designed by Ivar Jacobson which is heart of UML i.e., use case In 1994, James Rumbaugh joined in Rational with Booch and worked together and this is the beginning of unification method. In 1995, Jacobson joined in Rational with Booch and Jim. In 1996, matured unified method was released. In 1997, in January UML 1.0 was released. In 1997 on November 14th UML was accepted by OMG and accepted as a standard language.

WHERE UML CAN BE USED?
• Enterprise information system • Banking and Financial services • Telecommunications
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• Transportation • Defense • Retail • Modeling Electronics • Scientific • Distributed Web services

UML Diagrams
Diagram is a graphical representation of elements. UML diagrams can be classified into two types 1. Structural Diagrams 2. Behavioral Diagrams Structural Diagrams: These can be divided into 4 types: i. ii. iii. iv. Class Diagram Object Diagram Component Diagram Deployment Diagram These can be classified into 5 types: i. ii. iii. iv. v. Use case diagrams Sequence diagram Collaboration diagram State Chart Diagram Activity Diagram

Behavioral Diagrams:

BEHAVIORAL DIAGRAMS
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i.

Use case Diagram:

Use case diagram is created to visualize the interaction of our system with the outside world. The components of use case diagram are: Use Case: Scenarios of the system Actor: Someone or something who is interacting with the system Relationship: Semantic link between use case and actor. The forms of relationship are: a. Association b. Dependency c. Generalization ii. Activity Diagram Activity diagram shows the flow of events within our system. The components are: a) Start State b) End State c) Transition d) Decision Box e) Synchronization Bar f) Swim Lane iii. Interaction Diagram An interaction diagram models the dynamic aspects of the system by showing the relationship among the objects and messages they may dispatch. There are two types of interaction diagrams: 1. Sequence Diagram Sequence diagram shows the step to step what mush happen to accomplish a piece of functionality provided by the system. The components are:
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a) Actor b) Object c) Messages d) Lifeline e) Focus of Control 2. Collaboration Diagram Collaboration diagram displays object interactions organized around objects and their links to one another. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Link iv. State chart Diagram

State chart diagram show a life cycle of a single class. The state is a condition where the object may be in. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS
i. Class Diagram Class diagram shows structure of the software system. The class diagram shows a set of classes, interfaces and their relationships. The components are: a) Class b) Relationship:
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The forms of relationship are: 1. Association 2. Aggregation 3. Generalization 4. Composition 5. Dependency ii. Component Diagram Component is a smallest individual physical replaceable part of the system. Component diagram shows the organization and dependencies among software components. The components present are: a) Component a. Runtime component(.dll) b. Software components(.h) c. Executable components(.exe) b) Dependency c) Interface iii. Object Diagram Object diagram shows objects and links among objects. The components are: a) Object b) Link The object diagram cannot be model in rational rose. iv. Deployment Diagram Deployment diagram visualizes distribution of components across the enterprise

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INTRODUCTION TO RATIONAL ROSE
Rational Rose is a software where the UML can be model. Here, Rational is the name of the software, ROSE stands for Rational Object Software Engineering. To draw the UML Diagram in Rational Rose: Step 1: Start Rational software, in that Rational Rose Enterprise Edition. After that Rational Rose Enterprise Edition will be activated. The Rational Rose window contains 5 parts. 1. View Table It contains: a. Use case view b. Logical view c. Component view
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d. Deployment view 2. Diagram Tool Bar This can contain the tools of the corresponding diagram in which we are going to draw 3. Diagram Window In this window we can draw the diagram 4. Message Window It contains the message of documentation of the corresponding diagram 5. Log Window This is the place where the errors can be displayed when we are drawing the diagram

USECASE VIEW
In this view we can draw two diagrams: 1. Use case diagram 2. Activity Diagram Steps to draw diagram: 1. Select use case view and then right click on use case view 2. Select New, in that select use case/activity diagram 3. Name the diagram 4. After double clicking on the diagram name, the corresponding use case/activity will be opened 5. We can draw the diagram by drag and drop the components of the corresponding diagram
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LOGICAL VIEW
In this view we can model: a. Class diagram b. Sequence diagram c. Collaboration diagram d. State Chart diagram To draw the diagram: 1. Select logical view and then right click on the logical view 2. Select new in that select class/ state chart/ sequence diagram 3. Name the diagram 4. After double clicking on the diagram name, the corresponding diagram will be opened 5. We can draw the diagram by drag and drop the components of the corresponding diagram

COMPONENT VIEW
In this view we can model a. Component Diagram To draw the diagram: 1. Select component view and then click on the component view 2. Select New, in that select component diagram 3. Name the diagram 4. After double clicking on the diagram, the corresponding diagram will be opened 5. We can draw diagram by drag and drop the components of corresponding diagrams
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DEPLOYMENT VIEW
In this we can model deployment diagram To draw diagram: 1. Select deployment view, then right click on deployment view 2. Select New, in that select deployment diagram 3. Name the diagram 4. After double clicking on the diagram name, the corresponding diagram will be opened 5. We can draw diagram by drag and drop the components of corresponding diagrams

UNIFIED LIBRARY APPLICATION
INTRODUCTION
Unified Library Application System emphasizes on the online reservation, issue and return of books. This system globalizes the present library system. Using this application the member can reserve any book from anywhere in the world. Still in nascent stages, this application soon revolutionizes present library system. Let us just have an overview of the unified library application system: • • • • • • • Librarian lends books and magazines Librarian maintains the list of all the members of library Borrower makes reservation online Borrower can remove reservation online Librarian issues books to the borrower Librarian calculates dues to be paid by the borrower Borrower issues/returns books and/or magazines
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• • •

Librarian places order about the requirements to the master librarian Librarian updates system Master librarian maintains librarians

TEXTUAL ANALYSIS
(a)ACTORS
i. Librarian ii. Borrower iii. Catalog iv. Master Librarian

(b)VERBS
i. Borrower: 1. Logs into the system 2. Browses/searches for books or magazines 3. Makes/removes reservation 4. Views results and reports from the unified library application system ii. Librarian: 1. Manages and validates members 2. View reports from the system 3. Issues books 4. Calculates dues 5. Takes books 6. Places orders to the master librarian 7. Maintains list of books and magazine iii. Master Librarian 1. Maintains other librarians
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USECASE DIAGRAM
Use case diagram is created to visualize the interaction of our system with the outside world. The components of use case diagram are: Use Case: Scenarios of the system Actor: Someone or something who is interacting with the system Relationship: Semantic link between use case and actor. The forms of relationship are: a. Association b. Dependency c. Generalization

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM
Activity diagram shows the flow of events within our system. The components are: a) Start State b) End State c) Transition d) Decision Box e) Synchronization Bar f) Swim Lane

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INTERACTION DIAGRAM
An interaction diagram models the dynamic aspects of the system by showing the relationship among the objects and messages they may dispatch. There are two types of interaction diagrams:

SEQUENCE DIAGRAM
Sequence diagram shows the step to step what mush happen to accomplish a piece of functionality provided by the system. The components are:
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a) b) c) d) e)

Actor Object Messages Lifeline Focus of Control

COLLABORATION DIAGRAM
Collaboration diagram displays object interactions organized around objects and their links to one another. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Link
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CLASS DIAGRAM
Class diagram shows structure of the software system. The class diagram shows a set of classes, interfaces and their relationships. The components are: a) Class b) Relationship: The forms of relationship are: 1. Association
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2. 3. 4. 5.

Aggregation Generalization Composition Dependency

STATE CHART DIAGRAM
State chart diagram show a life cycle of a single class. The state is a condition where the object may be in. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State
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d) Transition Member:

Librarian

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Library Administrator

STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM
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Stimulus Response Diagram emphasizes on describing the life cycle of entire system as a whole. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition

FORWARD ENGINEERING
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a. Step1 – Project Specification

b.Step2 – Set Path
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c.Step4 – Select the classes to be forward engineered

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d. Step 4 :- Select Tools -> Java/J2EE -> Generate Code to forward engineer.

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The code is generated at the specified path that is specified under Project Specification part as: Administrator: //Source file: C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\My Documents\\kiShAn\\administrator.java

public class administrator { private String name; private String ID; public Librarian theLibrarian; /** * @roseuid 47171E65029F */ public administrator() { } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171A5C030D */ public String receive_order() { return null; } /** * @roseuid 47171A6102DE */ public void manage_librarians() { }
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/** * @roseuid 47171A6703D8 */ public void purchase_new_stock() { } }

Catalog //Source file: C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\My Documents\\kiShAn\\catalog.java

public class catalog { private String version; private String type; private String design; public Librarian theLibrarian; /** * @roseuid 47171E6302DE */ public catalog() { } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171C310290 */ public String store_member_details() {
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return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171C3901D4 */ public String store_book_details() { return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171C3F035B */ public String give_return_messages() { return null; } }

Librarian //Source file: C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\My Documents\\kiShAn\\Librarian.java

public class Librarian { private String name; private String ID; public ulas theUlas; public catalog theCatalog; public LibraryMember theLibraryMember; public administrator theAdministrator; /**
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* @roseuid 47171E660177 */ public Librarian() { } /** * @return Integer * @roseuid 47171AD00280 */ public Integer calculate_dues() { return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171AD60242 */ public String view_reports() { return null; } /** * @roseuid 47171ADA0280 */ public void issue_take_books() { } /** * @roseuid 47171AE002BF */ public void update_database() {
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} /** * @roseuid 47171AE500BB */ public void place_order_for_new_stocks() { } /** * @return Boolean * @roseuid 47171BCB002E */ public Boolean validate() { return null; }

}

Library Member //Source file: C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\My Documents\\kiShAn\\LibraryMember.java

public class LibraryMember { private String Name; private String ID; public ulas theUlas; public Librarian theLibrarian; /** * @roseuid 47171E650000 */
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public LibraryMember() { } /** * @return String * @roseuid 471719C402CE */ public String login() { return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 471719CB0290 */ public String search_browse() { return null; } /** * @return Boolean * @roseuid 471719D201C5 */ public Boolean make_remove_reservation() { return null; } /** * @return Integer * @roseuid 471719DE01E4 */ public Integer pay_dues() {
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return null; } /** * @roseuid 471719E401C5 */ public void take_return_book() { } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171A02037A */ public String view_reports() { return null; }

}

ULAS //Source file: C:\\Documents and Settings\\Administrator\\My Documents\\kiShAn\\ulas.java

public class ulas { private String owner; private String url; private String type; public Librarian theLibrarian; public LibraryMember theLibraryMember; /**
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* @roseuid 47171E62003E */ public ulas() { } /** * @return Boolean * @roseuid 47171A3200AB */ public Boolean validate_users() { return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171A3801E4 */ public String show_results() { return null; } /** * @return String * @roseuid 47171A3D004E */ public String show_reports() { return null; }

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REVERSE ENGINEERING

Step 1 :- Open new project -> Class Diagram under Logical View.

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Step2 :Select Tools -> Java/J2EE -> Reverse Engineer to reverse engineer the code.

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Step3 :Specifiy the path of code to reverse engineer . Select the code files to be reverse engineered.

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Step4 :After adding all code files click Select All and then click Reverse.

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Step 5:The classes generated in the tree window. Drag all the classes to the required area. The associations among the classes is generated automatically.

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Finally , the reverse engineering is complete.

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POINT OF SALE
INTRODUCTION
Shops are the integral part of any civilization. They are present in every culture since ages. This application emphasizes on the transaction going on between the customer and shop keeper during sale of product. The customer approaches the shop keeper/ sales boy and places his order. The shop keeper forwards the order to sales boy who fetches the required goods from inventory. Then the shop keeper calculates bill and issues to the customer. The customer on paying the bill takes goods from the shop keeper. In turn, shop keeper fetches goods from supplier Let us just have an overview of point of sale: • • • • • Customer places order to the shop keeper/sales boy Sales boy collects goods and forwards them to shop keeper Shop owner calculates bill and forwards to the customer Customer on paying the bill receives goods from shop keeper Shop keeper places order to supplier and receives goods

TEXTUAL ANALYSIS
(a)ACTORS
i. Customer ii. Shop Owner iii. Sales boy iv. Supplier

(b)VERBS
i. Customer: 1. Places order to shop owner/sales boy 2. Receives bill from shop owner 3. Pay the bill
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4. Receive goods ii. Shop Owner: 1. Receives order from customer 2. Forwards order to sales boy 3. Receive goods from sales boy 4. Calculates bill 5. Receives payment 6. Places orders to supplier 7. Maintains inventory iii. Supplier 1. Receives order from shop owner 2. Delivers goods to shop owner

USECASE DIAGRAM
Use case diagram is created to visualize the interaction of our system with the outside world. The components of use case diagram are: Use Case: Scenarios of the system Actor: Someone or something who is interacting with the system Relationship: Semantic link between use case and actor. The forms of relationship are: a. Association b. Dependency c. Generalization

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM
Activity diagram shows the flow of events within our system. The components are: a) Start State b) End State c) Transition d) Decision Box e) Synchronization Bar f) Swim Lane

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INTERACTION DIAGRAM
An interaction diagram models the dynamic aspects of the system by showing the relationship among the objects and messages they may dispatch. There are two types of interaction diagrams:

SEQUENCE DIAGRAM
Sequence diagram shows the step to step what mush happen to accomplish a piece of functionality provided by the system. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Messages d) Lifeline e) Focus of Control

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COLLABORATION DIAGRAM
Collaboration diagram displays object interactions organized around objects and their links to one another. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Link

CLASS DIAGRAM
Class diagram shows structure of the software system. The class diagram shows a set of classes, interfaces and their relationships. The components are: a) Class b) Relationship: The forms of relationship are: 1. Association 2. Aggregation 3. Generalization 4. Composition 5. Dependency
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STATE CHART DIAGRAM
State chart diagram show a life cycle of a single class. The state is a condition where the object may be in. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition
Customer

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Shop Owner

Supplier

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Sales boy

STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM
Stimulus Response Diagram emphasizes on describing the life cycle of entire system as a whole. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition

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MULTITHREADED AIRPORT SIMULATION
INTRODUCTION
Everyday number of airplanes lands and takes off from airport. It is the responsibility of the Air Traffic Control (ATC) to regulate these planes. The aim of this simulation is to reconstruct the events occurring during landing or take off. Whenever plane enters the RADAR space, RADAR signals the ATC about the plane. Then the pilot sends the plane details. ATC checks the runway and decides priority. ATC signals the pilot whose plane is having highest priority to land/take off. Then the pilot performs the corresponding command. Let us just have an overview of the multithreaded airport simulation: • • • • • RADAR senses the plane and signals the ATC Pilot sends plane details to the ATC ATC checks runway ATC decides priority and gives signal to corresponding pilot Pilot then lands/ takes off as per signal from the ATC

TEXTUAL ANALYSIS
(a)ACTORS
i. RADAR ii. ATC iii. Runway iv. Pilot

(b)VERBS
i. RADAR
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1. Senses plane within its space 2. Sends signal to the ATC ii. ATC 1. Receives signal from RADAR 2. Receives plane details from pilot 3. Checks runway 4. Decides priority 5. Gives signal to plane with highest priority iii. Pilot 1. Sends plane details to the ATC 2. Receives signal from ATC 3. Land/Take off the plane

USECASE DIAGRAM
Use case diagram is created to visualize the interaction of our system with the outside world. The components of use case diagram are: Use Case: Scenarios of the system Actor: Someone or something who is interacting with the system Relationship: Semantic link between use case and actor. The forms of relationship are: a. Association b. Dependency c. Generalization

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM
Activity diagram shows the flow of events within our system. The components are: a) b) c) d) e) Start State End State Transition Decision Box Synchronization Bar
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f) Swim Lane

INTERACTION DIAGRAM
An interaction diagram models the dynamic aspects of the system by showing the relationship among the objects and messages they may dispatch. There are two types of interaction diagrams:

SEQUENCE DIAGRAM

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Sequence diagram shows the step to step what mush happen to accomplish a piece of functionality provided by the system. The components are: a) b) c) d) e) Actor Object Messages Lifeline Focus of Control

COLLABORATION DIAGRAM
Collaboration diagram displays object interactions organized around objects and their links to one another. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Link
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CLASS DIAGRAM
Class diagram shows structure of the software system. The class diagram shows a set of classes, interfaces and their relationships. The components are: a) Class b) Relationship: The forms of relationship are: 1. Association 2. Aggregation 3. Generalization 4. Composition 5. Dependency

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STATE CHART DIAGRAM
State chart diagram show a life cycle of a single class. The state is a condition where the object may be in. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition ATC

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Pilot

STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM
Stimulus Response Diagram emphasizes on describing the life cycle of entire system as a whole. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition

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SIMULATED COMPANY
INTRODUCTION
Companies are emerging like mushrooms nowadays. It is necessary for us to examine how a company runs and the basic transactions taking place in a company. This project emphasizes on the working of company with main actors being managing director, marketing manager and catalog Director collects capital and then starts company by installing machinery and appointing labor. He then starts the production activity. After production marketing manager along with managing director decides the price of product which is then marketed by marketing manager. He then submits reports to the director about the sales which are analyzed by the director. All these activities are updated into the catalog from time to time Let us just have an overview of point of sale: • • • • Director collects capital from various sources Director installs machinery and employs labor to begin production activity Director along with managing director decides price Marketing manager does marketing and submits reports to the director

TEXTUAL ANALYSIS
(a)ACTORS
i. Director ii. Marketing Manager iii. Catalog

(b)VERBS
i. Director: 1. Collects capital 2. Installs machinery 3. Employ labor 4. Begin Production

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5. Decide price 6. Analyze reports ii. Marketing Manager: 1. Decide price 2. Do marketing 3. Submit reports 4. Update catalog iii. Catalog 1. Stores reports

USECASE DIAGRAM
Use case diagram is created to visualize the interaction of our system with the outside world. The components of use case diagram are: Use Case: Scenarios of the system Actor: Someone or something who is interacting with the system Relationship: Semantic link between use case and actor. The forms of relationship are: a. Association b. Dependency c. Generalization

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ACTIVITY DIAGRAM
Activity diagram shows the flow of events within our system. The components are: a) Start State b) End State c) Transition d) Decision Box
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e) Synchronization Bar f) Swim Lane

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INTERACTION DIAGRAM
An interaction diagram models the dynamic aspects of the system by showing the relationship among the objects and messages they may dispatch. There are two types of interaction diagrams:

SEQUENCE DIAGRAM
Sequence diagram shows the step to step what mush happen to accomplish a piece of functionality provided by the system. The components are: a) b) c) d) e) Actor Object Messages Lifeline Focus of Control

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COLLABORATION DIAGRAM
Collaboration diagram displays object interactions organized around objects and their links to one another. The components are: a) Actor b) Object c) Link

CLASS DIAGRAM
Class diagram shows structure of the software system. The class diagram shows a set of classes, interfaces and their relationships. The components are: a) Class b) Relationship: The forms of relationship are: 1. Association
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2. Aggregation 3. Generalization 4. Composition
5. Dependency

STATE CHART DIAGRAM
State chart diagram show a life cycle of a single class. The state is a condition where the object may be in. The components are: a) Start state b) End state c) State d) Transition

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Director

Marketing Manager

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Catalog

STIMULUS RESPONSE DIAGRAM
Stimulus Response Diagram emphasizes on describing the life cycle of entire system as a whole. The components are: a) b) c) d) Start state End state State Transition

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