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From: Arran S.
Date: Fri 1st May 2020, 4:28pm
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Hi all,

The project specification has been published for part 2 (design) of the group project.

See the outline at
https://teaching.csse.uwa.edu.au/units/CITS4401/material-2020.html
for the specification.

Your groups will be the same as they were for part 1 of the project.

Feel free to post any queries here, but note you'll also have a chance for queries and 
discussion during next weeks' workshop.

Also, the website should be back up :)

cheers

Arran

Design project spec published

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Tue 12th May 2020, 9:18am
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Can we modify the UML class diagram you have provided?

Design project spec published

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From: Arran S.  O.P.
Date: Wed 13th May 2020, 11:02am
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Yes, absolutely. Feel free to re-use bits of it if you want - you should be able to open 
it using Draw.io (https://app.diagrams.net/).

You are also welcome to use other software, if that is your preference. Surprisingly, 
Excel turns out to be quite reasonable for making drawings in - you just enable the 
"Drawing toolbar", and you can start inserting lines and shapes, and then export those 
as graphics files.

You are also welcome to submit neat, scanned, hand-drawn diagrams if you like - but I 
suspect for most people, it will be easier to use diagramming or drawing software of 
some sort.

cheers,

Arran

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> Can we modify the UML class diagram you have provided?
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