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Part 2 - SSDs and Operation Contracts

 
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Hello!

As recommended here, I'm referring the 3rd edition of Craig Larman's "Applying UML and Patterns" while working on the assignment. I've created the System Sequence Diagrams (SSDs), and am wondering if I can/should include them in the final submission. I'm also not sure if I should go ahead and create the Operation Contracts (chap. 11). I suspect that it'll be too detailed for the purpose of this exam.

Any views/opinions/recommendations would be much appreciated.

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I think it is better to follow what your assignment instruction says. If it does not require such an diagram, I don't think it is a good idea to submit it.

How do you think the evaluator will mark your diagram if it is not included in the evaluation scope? Extra bonus? guess not.
 
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