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Informatics 122 Software Design II Lecture 10 André van der Hoek & Alex Baker Duplication obviously material for any business reason without the express composed consent of the educator is denied. February 21, 2010 – 18:05:18 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 1

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Today\'s Lecture Final outline venture February 21, 2010 – 18:05:18 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 2

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Final Design Project Design and actualize an extensible Board Game Server With a group of 8 or 9 The exertion ought to be spread out over numerous subteams, with each subteam in charge of the configuration and execution of its part Everyone, obviously, is in charge of the general outline and usage February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 3

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Requirements The Board Game Server ought to suit any prepackaged game that includes a network format and diversion components on this format, including such amusements as Chess, Checkers, Connect Four, Nine Men\'s Morris, Chutes and Ladders , Stratego, Shogi, Pente, … The Board Game Server ought to make it as simple as would be prudent to make modules that actualize new recreations The Board Game Server ought to be customer server, not Web based The Board Game Server ought to give one or more approaches to individuals to discover different players The Board Game Server ought to bolster individual player profiles February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 4

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Deliverables Board Game Server itself, both its reusable customer (if that is a piece of your engineering) and its reusable server Three or more diversions from the rundown on the past slide as modules to the engineering Documentation Instructions for running the recreations February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 5

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Reuse Cannot get a current diversion server usage (sorry ) For other significant segments, twofold check with Mitch and André February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 6

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Final Design Project March 2 snappy presentations on "plan of assault" (max 15 minutes for each group) March 4 preparatory outline presentations (max 20 minutes for every group) preparatory configuration archive March 9 point by point plan presentations (max 20 minutes for every group) ‏ nitty gritty configuration record March 11 first demo (max 20 minutes for every group) overhauled plan report February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 7

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Final Design Project March 18 last outline and review on outline presentation (max 15 minutes for each group) last demo (max 15 minutes for each group) redesigned outline report with a portrayal of how and why this developed from the first outline February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 8

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Grading Criteria Stakeholder: the player how is the experience of playing an amusement, and of connecting to another diversion (who does that, in any case)? Partner: future designers of the Board Game Server how is the understandability and nature of the code? Partner: diversion engineers how is the extensibility of the Board Game Server in supporting new prepackaged games? Partner: you what are your commitments to the code? February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 9

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Miscellaneous Use Subversion (this is great practice, however we will likewise utilize it to confirm who composed which code – check in your own particular code!) Use Lighthouse (guidelines to take after in the blink of an eye) February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 10

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Team Assignments Team 1 PATRICK CHAO-CHENG LU RYAN SCOTT NISSENBAUM RYAN CHRISTOPHER HSU WARREN APPLEBAUM MICHAEL IDRIS MERCHANT KYLE PHILLIP MUSLER SOHRAB HEJAZI KYLE STEPHEN LUTZE JESSE MAYORGA DANIELSON Team 2 FRANCISCO MORALES SAMUEL JAMES KAUFMAN GARRETT KIM HUNTER GLENN GILLANE LEO ZEN TAE SUNG KIM SEAN LEW TSUSAKI FRANCESCO MANTOVANI Team 3 JOSHUA ALEXANDER PAPA JAMES RICHARD BENSON STACEY THUY VI DAO MATTHEW JAMES PALMER HIROE ONO SIMON HUYNH ZIMING DAI ALEX RYAN CHUNG JORDANIEL CHARLES WOLKN February 21, 2010 – 18:05:19 (c) 2010 University of California, Irvine – André van der Hoek 11

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