Consider a restaurant software system [Solved]

Question 1

Consider a restaurant software system. The system should allow the waiter to reserve tables to the walk-in or call-to-reserve customers. Customers can also reserve a table via the restaurant app or online system. The system should allow the waiter to handle customers’ orders by adding them, cancelling them, scheduling parts of the order (to make the starter arrive earlier than the main course) after they login. The cashier should be allowed to let customers pay for their meals, and print receipts. The restaurant manager is the only person who can assign every waiter to several tables and he can generate daily reports.

1. Can you draw 4 diagram below:

a. Draw use case diagram for a restaurant ordering system

b. Show the activity of processing a meal order within the system using an activity diagram

c. Draw a sequence diagram for describing how a customer ca reserve table of the above system. Customer can reserve up to 3 tables; otherwise, he needs to call reservation

d. Define a class diagram with 4 classes for the restaurant ordering system

Question 2

Was Roland Barthes a Marxist? Roland Barthes Roland Barthes (Roland Gerard Barthes) was an acclaimed French philosopher, writer of essays, and literary theorist. He is best known for his work Writing Degree Zero (1953), his essay collection Mythologies (1957), which explored how societies create their myths, and his essay “The Death of the Author”.
Question 3

What is contextualism? Philosophy: Philosophy means the love of wisdom, the study of issues and ideas searching for the truth to understand the relationships between individuals and the world. Individuals seek to study fundamental truth about themselves. In other terms, philosophy is a set of standards, beliefs, or ideas describing thoughts and behavior. An example of philosophy is Buddhism. The philosophy emphasizes the importance of context.
Question 4

_ occurs when more new information is provided more quickly than recipients can process. (Select one or more if necessary) a. Message distortion b. Message ambiguity c. Message perception The Communication Process: All types of communication involve a sender and a receiver. There are seven stages in the process: the seven elements are sender, idea formation, encoding, channel selection, receiver, decoding, and feedback.
Answer to question 1


Above disctiption isaboutthe restaurant software.It discribes the waiter,customer, manager,casier work.And we draw the uml diagramsusing information.

Bellow diagram shows how actually it work the restaurant software.

The bellow images are represents the all diagramabove mentioned:-

c)Sequence diagram:-

b)Activity diagram:-

d)Class diagram:-

a)Use Case diagram:-

Answer to question 2

Answer and Explanation: Roland Barthes was a Marxist at one point in his life and as his philosophical works and thoughts evolved he left Marxism behind. His thought and work shifted from examining life for meaning to examining life for pleasure and thus found all meaning in life relative and no longer saw a single stable source of meaning.

Answer to question 3

Answer and Explanation: Contextualism is a collection of views in philosophy emphasizing and understanding the context in which an utterance, expression, or action occurs. Generally, philosophers believe that this context-dependence may lead to subjectivism, limiting all experiences to an individual and often related to situations or occurrences.

Answer to question 4

Answer and Explanation: All three of these problems – message distortion, message ambiguity, and message perception – could occur when new information is provided more quickly than recipients can process. Message distortion means that the message delivered by the communicator is not heard and interpreted as intended by the receiver. Message distortion might occur if the communicator delivers the information more quickly than the receiver can process. Message ambiguity means that the message wasn’t clearly heard or stated. Providing information more quickly than recipients can make the recipients understand the information in different ways. An example would be “The new policy will take effect next year.” Does the new policy take effect at the beginning of next year? The middle? The end of next year? Message perception is the way in which the message delivered is processed, interpreted, selected, and organized by the listener. If the information is provided more quickly than the recipients can process, then message perception will occur, where the listeners will interpret it differently.

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