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question about assumptions

 
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hi all,
can anybody tell me how to write assumptions in part 2?
are there any examples in the internet?
if i use rose as my designing tool, in which diagram should i put this assumption?
thanks in advance.
 
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Patrick,
I think a html document would be good enough to list your assumptions. You could also write them down in each section of your diagrams. i.e class diagram assumptions in class diagram section etc.
I dont think there is any particular format available, just write down them down and describe how they affect your design decisions and you should be all right.

Parag
 
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I have mentioned many examples for assumptions in previous post b4 if u search then u can find them.
 
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thanks all. i'll search them first.
 
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