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Srs-Online Course Registration System
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2. Introduction 1
2.1 Purpose 1
2.2 Scope 1
2.3 Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations 1
2.4 References 1
2.5 Overview 1
3. General Description 2
3.1 Product Perspective 2
3.2 Product Functions 2
3.3 User Characteristics 3
3.4 General Constraints 4
3.5 Assumptions and Dependencies 4
4. Specific Requirements 4
4.1 External Interface Requirements 4
4.1.1 User Interfaces 4
4.1.2 Hardware Interfaces 4
4.1.3 Software Interfaces 4
4.1.4 Communications Interfaces 4
4.2 Functional Requirements 4
4.3 Use Cases 7
4.4 Classes 8
4.5 Non-Functional Requirements 9
4.5.1 Performance 9
4.5.2 Reliability 9
4.5.3 Scalability 9
4.5.4 Security 9
5. Analysis Models 9
5.1 Sequence Diagrams 9
5.2 Collaboration Diagrams (STD) 10
5.2 State-Transition Diagrams (STD) 11
5.4 ACTIVITY DIAGRAM……………………………………………………………………………………….15
5.5 DEPLOYMENT DIAGRAM…………………………………………………………………………………15

2. Introduction
The Online Student Course registration system is automated system where the user can register the student for various courses. This is proposed for automating the student’s course registration. While the student joins any educational institution his admission is made on the basis of his previous records. The students who wish to the institution must be given with the available course details. The student is allotted with a seat in the institution based on the marks that he scored in the institution he studied previously. After the confirmation of his joining the student must be given with new identity and records as per the institution.
2.1 Purpose
The purpose of this document is to present a detailed description of the Online Course Registration System. It will explain the purpose and features of the system, the interfaces of the system will do, the constraints under which it must operate and…...

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