COVID vaccine passport presentation and report writing
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To identify and model the requirements of a COVID vaccine passport using a range of different requirements engineering modelling methods, techniques and approaches.
Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome
Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). It was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei, China, which resulted
in the ongoing pandemic. As of September 2021, more than ~200+ million cases have been reported across
188 countries and territories with more than ~4,675,000+ deaths.
The NHS COVID Passport lets you share your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination records or test COVID-19
status in a secure way and allows you to demonstrate to others the details of your COVID-19 vaccine (or
vaccines) when travelling abroad to some countries or territories.
The aim of this assessment is to identify and model the requirements of a COVID vaccine passport. You are
required to produce a portfolio of artefacts in the format of a [report], which demonstrates your
understanding of the problem space i.e. COVID-19 vaccine passport, and the [application] of a range of
requirement engineering methods introduced during the sessions including:
Report: Domain Analysis and Models
• Domain background;
• Domain model;
• Requirements Models
• Method 1: Quality Attribute Scenario (QAS) and Utility Tree (UT);
• Method 2: Select one (1) from the following list: Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax (EARS); iStar
(i*); Use Case Diagram(s) (UML); Requirements Diagram(s) (SysML), Requirements Modeling
Language (RML); Unified Requirements Modeling Language (URML); User Requirements Notation
Method 2 is your choice. In addition to the core method i.e. QAS and UT, you have to select a second
modelling notation i.e. EARS, iStar, UML, SysML, RML, URML, URM etc. and apply that to the problem domain
i.e. COVID-19 vaccine passport. Students are required to [critically compare] the methods employed.
In addition, all students will be required to give a 10-minute presentation, which links the core theory
introduced through the sessions and reading assignments to the practice and application of requirements
engineering. In addition, students are required to [reflect] on the legal, ethical, social, and professional
issues. Presentations can be live or pre-recorded. If you would like to do a live presentation then you must
inform me via email – firstname.lastname@example.org - before Friday, Dec. 03, 2021.
• Demonstrates knowledge of fundamental theory;
• Linking of requirements engineering theory to practice and application;
• Reflecting on legal, ethical, social, and professional issues.