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OCR-Tickets wants to sell tickets for their concerts, plays and other events online. A customer should be able to create an account and then be able to log into their account. Once logged in, customers should be able to carry out actions such as setting their preferences and purchasing tickets. OCR-Tickets have hired a software …

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A company merger is joining five e-commerce retailers under one company, OCRRetail. Each retailer has a different sales system and OCRRetail wants to develop one computer system that can be used by all the retailers. Mary’s software development company has been employed to analyse and design a solution for the company. Two computational methods (techniques …

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Dexter is leading a programming team who are creating a computer program that will simulate an accident and emergency room to train hospital staff. Identify two features of the problem that make it solvable by computational methods.

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A flight simulator allows a user to take control of a simulated aeroplane. The user can fly the plane in an environment that can simulate different weather conditions and additional planes in the sky. Abstraction has been used in the design and creation of the flight simulator. Explain, using an example, the need for abstraction …

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The map shown below in Fig.1 is of a city and surrounding districts. The map is an abstraction made up of a number of component parts. Both map making and program development make use of reusable components. Explain how programmers make use of reusable components when developing large programs.

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The map shown below in Fig.1 is of a city and surrounding districts. The map is an abstraction made up of a number of component parts. Both map making and program development make use of reusable components. Give three examples of how reusable component parts are used in Fig.1

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