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Use Case Diagram ©Ian Sommerville 2004 Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 4 Slide Slide 11 Use Case Diagram  The owner of the local video rental store wants to radically change how his video rental business works. Currently, he has the traditional video rental store where Actor? customers become members, come into the video rental store to rent a video, and return the video. With his new business plan, he hopes to increase his profit margin by increasing video sales and reducing s
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  ©Ian Sommerville 2004 Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 4 Slide 1Slide 1 Use Case Diagram  ©Ian Sommerville 2004 Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 4 Slide 2Slide 2 Use Case Diagram  The owner of the local video rental storewants to radically change how his videorental business works. Currently, he hasthe traditional video rental store wherecustomers become members, come intothe video rental store to rent a video, andreturn the video. With his new businessplan, he hopes to increase his profitmargin by increasing video sales andreducing staff. ctor?  ©Ian Sommerville 2004 Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 4 Slide 3Slide 3 Use Case Diagram  In his new business plan, he wants to have the customers do everything online but the picking up and returning the videos. He wants a VRSwebsite that allows the customers to becomemembers or search the video inventory (by video name, actor name, director name, type of video (new release, western, mystery, drama,comedy, children, etc.), or video rating). TheVRS website also allows members to log on asa member, search the video inventory (as before), select videos to rent (videos must be located at the store location where the memberwants to pick up the videos), modifymembership information, and check out the videos.  ©Ian Sommerville 2004 Software Engineering, 7th edition. Chapter 4 Slide 4Slide 4 Use Case Diagram  The member can also pay late fees online since videos cannot be rented by a member with outstanding late fees. The paying of late feesand the rental of videos is to be charged to acredit card number provided by the customer in the membership application process. Provided with each rental is a video rental form whichlists, for each video rented, the video ID, videoname, and the due date and the rental charges charged to the member’s credit card. Rentedvideos can be returned to any of the owner’s video stores. Rented videos that are not pickedup within 24 hours are returned to the availableinventory; however, the rental charged is not removed from the member’s credit card.   ctor?
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