RICM4 2017 2018 - SeriousGame Polystar /UML

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Use case

Case n ° 1

Use case: Play a game

Description: Players play a game and the teacher supervises the game

Actor: Players and Teacher

Stakeholders and their interests:

- Players, goal: win the game

- Teacher, goal: supervise the game

Pre-conditions: Enough players are gathered to play and throw the game

Nominal scenario:

- The system displays the menu

- Players select the type of game (unit and language)

- The system displays the game page

- Players play the game

- Players finish the game

Alternative scenarios: - Players leave the game early

End: scenarios d or e according to user's decision

Case n ° 2

Use case: Edit game

Description: The Teacher modifies the game by deleting / adding / modifying cards

Actor: Teacher

Stakeholders and their interests: - Teacher, goal: modify the game

Pre-conditions: Authentication with a password

Nominal scenario:

- The system displays the menu

- Teacher selects "modify"

- The system displays the authentication system

- The Teacher identifies himself

- The system displays modification options

- The teacher modifies the game

- The system requests confirmation of the change

- The modification is taken into account by the system

Alternative scenarios:

- Teacher does not identify himself

- The Teacher exits the edit screen

- Teacher does not validate changes

End: scenarios c, e, g or h according to the user's decisions

UML Diagram

Polystar usage diagram.png

Sequence Diagram

The sequence diagram bellow depicts the first turn of the game.

Polystar game diagram.png

The following sequence diagram depicts the different ways to modifiy the collection of cards.

Polystar modification diagram.png

Deployment Diagram

DeploymentDiagram Polystar.jpg