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7 8 v s p % $ " % u! $! $ p! q r! 0! r! s w x! p # 0! # s % $ % v % s t # 0 " p " t # $ # $ & q r! 0! r! % w x! p p % v t 3! v! $ # 0! t # 0 " p " t # $ r! 3 # t # 0 % u # q % 0 p #! &! p 0 " t " % $ " # / " s # 3 t 0!! $ # " % $ % u " w! r # / " % s 0 w 4 v! # $ % u #. z { # p " / " 4 & " # ) 0 # v r! # p " % $ 2 #! % u s p r & " # ) 0 # v p # $ w! % $ 3 4 p # 3 3 % u r! % t! 0 # " % $ % u r! q % 0 p #! t # 0 " p " t # $ - # $ & r! p % $ & " " % $ t 0 % t! 0 "! % $ r! #! % u r! q % 0 p #! t # 0 " p " t # $... Lottery L D: Int WO: WinningOrder CLIENTS FTL: FreeTicketLaw..* Start New Lottery Client not L.running and L.clients = CLIENTS and D > 0 and D mod 5000 = 0 MAN Manager 8 8 A > > F V F?? A K W E D K M > > E > X A H C > C X A K H C W D? C K? C > A U F > A X E S E > A R E H A > D E F > F A V F?? A K W C > C? M K C V X K A C? A C > C > R H M V? E J V A F G A V C U G F K X A > A K C? E > A > M H B A K D F A G K A A? E L Z A? D C G M > L? E F > E X E S A > C D A? F G E >? A X A K D a > R D C > A U > M H B A K > F? B A V F > X E > X? F E? C > R C? F? C V F K R A K F > E >? A X A K D T E U E V V B A M D A R? F a > A U E > > A K D [ V V L V E A >? D T U E V V B A E > G F K H A R F A > A U V F?? A K W [ A > T C V F?? A K W E D K M > > E > X C > R E D C K C L? A K E A R B A R C? C X E S A > B A H C > C X A K T C > R C V V E? D? E L Z A? D C K A C S C E V C B V A [ 6 : å š 9 9 MAN. AstartNewLottery(D,WO,FTL) for all c in CLIENTS do c.newlotterystarted() L.startedLottery(D.WO,FTL) ä å æ < < è é é t F K Z œ C D A 4 2 ž 4 Ÿ x } é x ž + $ ½ " ) q! t 0!! $ % $! q % 0 p #! % u r! ~ r! 0! v # " $ " $ ) % $! ¹ ± µ ª - ² ³ ± ª # $ & ± ª ª ª ± µ ª p # $ w! u % s $ & " $ r " q % 0 p #! " y s "! " v t 3! " x s # 4 s $ &! 0 q r " p r p % $ & " " % $ r! v # $ # )! 0 v 4 # 0 # $! q 3 %! 0 4 # $ & q r # r # t t! $ q r! $ r! & %! r # r! p 3 "! $ # 0! " $ u % 0 v! & - # $ & r! p r # 0 # p! 0 " " p % u r! $! q 3 %! 0 4 # 0! 0! p % 0 &! & w 4 r! & % v # " $! $ " 4 % u p 3 # ª ¹ %!! t r! t 0!! $ # " % $ % u r! w! r # / " % s 0 / "! q % u r! q % 0 p #! " v t 3! # $ & y s "! 0! # & # w 3! - q! 0 % $ ) 3 4 s ) )! % &! ƒ $! # t t 0 % t 0 " #! # & & " " % $ # 3 % t! 0 # " % $ - " v " 3 # % r %! s! & " $ } ~ u % 0 t 0!! $ " $ ) r! q! u % 0 v! & $! 0 s 3! œ ½ % 0! # v t 3! - " $ r! q % 0 p #! ª ² ª ¹ q! r # /! s! & r! % t! 0 # " % $ ª «% &! p 0 " w! r! s t & #! % u r! ª ¹ & % v # " $! $ " A B C D B B B C L Y F F O B [ L B C V B B C L Y \ F p A B ] S T F S H A A H A U T L V C L ] M j F L C C M H? N C B j [ _ ^ O B F O C G K J L a A A H A U [ A V O C G K J V H b Q [ A V O C G K J _ H A A H A U T L V C L L Q S T [ A V O C G K J L C C M H? N C B j [ _ Q M j [ A V O C G K J [ I [ H G [ c G C M H? N C B O J A a b Q g J J J ±

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9 < ; > Draw Winners BuyTicket Start New Lottery Give Free Tickets Authentication WinningOrder lessthan(int,int): Bool FreeTicketLaw newnumber(set(int),int): Int law <<system>> AL_L order <<auto>> Client freetickets: Int = AbuyTicket(Int) winnersdrawn newlotterystarted youhavewon clients Lottery dim: Int running: Bool * tickets own * * Ticket num: Int CreditCard Handler <<auto>> Manager AstartNewLottery(Int,WinningOrder,FreeTicketLaw) Adraw AgiveFreeTicktes(Int) ä å æ < à < è é é œ C D A? M R W t Ä 4 x Å z2 w x Å x v 4 2 Æ ž 2 Å

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11 Ø Ù Ü Ù Ø Ù Ú r! 4 t 3 # 4 # u s $ & # v! $ # 3 0 % 3! % r! 3 t! $ s 0! r! p % $ "! $ p 4 # v % $ ) r! / # 0 " % s s! p #! # $ & % u r! q r % 3! t! p " ƒ p # " % $» ö» Ò Ó ÿ ù À ü ú û ù 7 Ô Ô Õ ÿ ù ú ý Ö Ÿ! 0! q! " 3 3 s 0 #! r! t 0 % t %! & 0 s p s 0 " $ ) u % 0 r! 0! y s " 0! v! $ t! p " ƒ p # " % $ # 0 " u # p - r % q " $ ) " s! " $ r! ~ p #! s & 4 Š % " p! r # r! 0! q! t 0!! $ r! 0! s 3 % u # $ # p " / " 4 r # " $ p 3 s &! / # 0 " % s! t # $ & "! 0 # " % $ ½ % 0 3 # p % u 0 % % v r! 0! q! & % $ % & " p s r %! # t! p % u " $ p 0! v! $ # 3 &! /! 3 % t 2 v! $ q " r u!! & w # p! x s t 0 % / " &! # r " $ " $ ½ " ) š "System Placement Diagram" Place the System in the domain by making precise which problem it must solve. Use case diagram ÛContextView initial version: only context entity classes, just names and assumptions on their behaviours, and system class name Dictionary initia version: only unquestionable needed data InternalView initial version: only abstract executor and unquestionable needed components of the abstract state Iterating over the use cases appearing in the Use case Diagram Use Case Description posibly updating Dictionary, InternalView and defining the interfaces among the classes appearing in ContextView ä å æ < Ý < A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > \ C D Z D <<datatype>> WinningOrder <<datatype>> FreeTicketLaw <<datatype>> CreditCardData lessthan(int,int): Bool newnumber(set(int),int): Int ok: A B C D B S T F S H A A H A U T L V C L H A I F W D X Y H K K T J G C O O M Z [ A \ D ] Y ^ W H O [ B [ L V C A B C D B A C _ ` a b c C L \ [ O M N O ] d ^ F e L C F g d ] J J J ] h d g [ O M N O X P f i O B F [ O M N O g P C D? G a V C O \ L C O a G B ^ [ A V g d Q X L C O a G B [ A V L C O a G B Q X d ä å æ < Þ < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t { x }

12 > > > > < > à > > > ß, *,. / ( 0 r! ± ª ² u % 0 r! ~ p #! " y s "! " v t 3! # $ & x s " $ 0 % & s p! r 0!! & # # 4 t! r! % 0 &! 0 u % 0 ƒ $ & " $ ) r! q " $ $! 0 - r! 0 s 3! u % 0 ƒ $ & " $ ) r! $ s v w! 0 % u r! " p! % w! ) " /! $ u 0!! # $ & r! & # # $!! &! & % " &! $ " u 4 # p 0! & " p # 0 & CCReq CreditCard Handler CCAnsw ŒAuthReq Authentication ŒAuthAnsw FromClient <<system>> AL_L àtoclient ManagerReq To Client <<interface>> ToClient areregistered areavailable(set(int)) confirmticket(int) connected connectionend error failedregistration <<interface>> FromClient availabletickets? buyticket(int) connectme disconnectme registerme(string,creditcarddata) Manager <<interface>> ManagerReq draw give(int) startnewlottery(int,order,law) <<interface>> AuthReq register(clientinfo) check(clientinfo) <<interface>> AuthAnsw ok(clientinfo) wrong(clientinfo) <<interface>> To send(string,string) <<interface>> CCReq check(creditcarddata) charge(creditcarddata,int) <<interface>> CCAnsw wrongcard(creditcarddata) okcard(creditcarddata) notcharged charged ä å æ < á < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t u 5 v 4 x â 4 { x } $ % & * ( ã *. / ( 0 r! ª È ± ª ² % u r! ~ ¹ ª º - r % q $ " $ ½ " ) ~ - p % $ " % u # p 3 # & " # ) 0 # v - q r! 0! r! 0! " # p 3 # ~ % u! 0! % 4 t! Ä 4 x Å 6 q r %! s $ " y s! " $ # $ p! " r! ¹ ª º - % v! p 3 #! % u! 0! % 4 t! ä 6 " p % $ q r %! " $ # $ p! # 0! s! 0 % u r!! 0 / " p! t 0 % / " &! & w 4 r! ¹ ª º r! p 3 "! $ # $ & r! v # $ # )! 0 # $ & % v! p 3 #! % u! 0! % 4 t! 6 " p % $ q r %! " $ # $ p! # 0! t 0 % / " &! 0 % u! 0 / " p! s! & w 4 r! ¹ ª º r!! v # " 3 - r! p 0! & " p # 0 &! 0 / " p! # $ & r! # s r! $ " p # " % $! 0 / " p! + $ r " & " # ) 0 # v q! r % q r! v s s # 3 " $! 0 u # p! # v % $ ) r!! p 3 #! - r # " " $ q r " p r q # 4 r! 4 v # 4 " $! 0 # p - s " $ ) r! r! # $ & # 0 &. z { ƒ É " å " ƒ! É Ì É + $ ½ " ) ~ - u % 0! # v t 3! - q! p # $!! r # r! " $! 0 u # p! º ± % u r! æ ¾, / - p % $!! $ " 4 " 0! # " v t 3! - x s %! 0 " $ ) r! t % " w " 3 " 4 % 0! p! " /! 0! y s! %! $ & # $! v # " 3 v! # )! I C

13 ç é ê ê à ç ç # $ & I / " s # t 0!! $ 0! t! p " /! 3 4 r # # p 3 # 0! # 3 "! s! # $ " $! 0 u # p! C Ð r! " $! 0 u # p! # t t! # 0 " $ ) " $ r " & " # ) 0 # v # 0! s s # ) " /! $ # t # 0 r! 0! " $ r! w % % v t # 0 % u ½ " ) ~ r! ª È ± ª ² v # 4 " $ p 3 s &! # 3 % % v! " $ u % 0 v # " % $ % $ r! w! r # / " % s 0 % u r! ä 6 # $ & 6 p 3 #! - w s $ % % u r! Ä 4 x Å 6 p 3 # - % v % &! 3 r! # s v t " % $ % $ r! w! r # / " % s 0 % u r! " 0 " $ # $ p! % $ q r " p r r! ¹ ª º 0! 3 "! How many free tickets he may get. ClientInfo freetickets: Int = 0 connected: Bool = False own String creditcard: CreditCardData * * registered tickets Ticket num: Int * lottery Lottery èdim: Int running: Bool order: WinningOrder law: FreeTicketLaw <<A_Executor>> The number of tickets of the lottery is (2*dim)+. ä å æ < ç ë < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t ì v 4 x ž v 2 z { x } í & * ( &, -. / ( 0 r! Ð ª ± ª ² &! p 0 " w! # # $! 0! v! 3 4 # w 0 # p 3! /! 3 r! 0 s p s 0! # 0 p r "! p s 0! % u r! ¹ ª º r " 0 s p s 0! p % $ " % u # s $ " y s! # p " /! % w x! p # w 3! % t! 0 u % 0 v r! ¹ ª º # p " / " "! # w 0 # p!! p s % 0 # $ & w 4 v # $ 4 t # " /! % w x! p &! p 0 " w " $ ) r! ¹ ª º ~ Ñ ª + $ ½ " ) } q! r % q r! Ð ª ± ª ² % u r! ~ p #! s & 4 + p % $ " " $ # p 3 # & " # ) 0 # v p % $ # " $ " $ )! # p 3 4 % $! p 3 # % u r!! 0! % 4 t! è î â x w ž 6 - # $ &! /! 0 # 3 t # " /! p 3 #! &! ƒ $ " $ ) r! t # 0 % u r! ¹ ª º ~ Ñ ª r! " $ # $ p! % u r! p 3 # ± ª Ð ï 0! t 0!! $ r! " $ u % 0 v # " % $ 0! 3 # " /! % r! p 3 "! $ p % $!! $ " "! ð! 0 4 u 0! y s! $ r! ~ Ñ ª v s p % $ # " $ " $ u % 0 v # " % $ # w % s % v! p % $!! $ " "! - # $ & % q! t 0 % t %! # # $ & # 0 & q # 4 % 0! # r!! p #!! $ # v! Ð ï r! p 3 # % u r! " $ u % 0 v # " % $ % $ r! p % $!! $ " "! % u p 3 # - # $ & # s v! r # " " $ # $ p! # 0! " $ w "x! p " /! p % 0 0! t % $ &! $ p! q " r r %! % u - # $ & r s q " r r! p % $ 2!! $ " "! ½ s 0 r! 0 v % 0! - r " p % 0 0! t % $ &! $ p! " s t t % 0! & w 4 # $ % t! 0 # " % $ ñ ñ Ð ï ñ Ð ï r # 0! s 0 $ r! " $ u % 0 v # " % $! 3! v! $ p % 0 0! t % $ & " $ ) % # p % $!! $ " 4 ½ % 3 3 % q " $ ) r " # t t 0 % # p r - q! # / % " & - % $ % $! " &! - v % &! 3 q r! 0! r! t 0!! $ p! % u # p 3 # $ # v! & # # p % $!! $ " 4 p 3 # - # 4 ± ª - 0! y s " 0! % r " $ # w % s " 0 s! $ # s 0!! ) - " " # & # # w #! 0! 3 # " % $ ò - % 0 # " $ & % u " $! 0 u # p! # " $ ) p # 0! % u r! " $! 0 # p " % $ q " r s p r p % $!! $ " "! œ ò - % 0 - # $ & - % $ r! % r! 0 % $! - t 0! p "! w s % % v s p r &! # " 3! & v % &! 3 - q r! 0! r! # % p " # " % $ % u r! " $ u % 0 v # " % $ % r! p % 0 0! t % $ & " $ ) p % $!! $ " "! " 0! # 3 "! & -! ) - w 4 s " $ ) p % &! s $ " y s! 3 4 " &! $ " u 4 " $ ) r!! $ " "!

14 r! p 3 # & " # ) 0 # v % u r! Ð ª ± ª ² &! p 0 " w! " v t 3 " p " 3 4 # 3 % r! ~ Ñ ª œ % u r! ¹ ª º! p r $ " p # r! #! % u r! Ä 4 x Å 6 p 3 # # t t! # 0 " $ ) " $ r! ª È ± ª ² " $ r! u % 3 3 % q " $ ) q # 4 u % 0! # p r # % p " # " % $ " $ r! & " # ) 0 # v u 0 % v r! è î â x w ž 6 p 3 # ó r! Ä 4 x Å 6 p 3 # r # # $ # 0 " w s! ~ ñ» ô õ <<A_Executor>> A C RC: Client Connect Disconnect AH :Authentication CC:CreditCard Handler Buy Ticket Register Give Free Tickets C: Client MAN:Manager Draw Winners Start New Lottery EM: ä å æ < ç ç < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t N D A œ C D A ö E C X K C H ( $, (. / ( 0 r! Î ª ª ± ª ² p % $ " % u #. z {.! #! * " # ) 0 # v œ # $ & % u # Î ª ª ª ± «± u % 0! # p r s! p #! # t t! # 0 " $ ) " $ " Š s - u % 0 s r! # p % 0 # t t! # 0 " $ ) " $ r!.! #! & " # ) 0 # v # 0! t % " w 3! 0 % 3! u % 0 r!! $ " "! % s " &! r! ¹ ª º " $! 0 # p " $ ) q " r " p % $!! $ " "! - &! ƒ $! & " $ r! ª È ± ª ² r s! # p r # p % 0 q " 3 3 w! &! $ %! & w 4 # $ # v! -! t 0! " $ ) r! t 3 # 4! & 0 % 3! - # $ & w 4 # p 3 # - # t t! # 0 " $ ) " $ r! ª È ± ª ² - r % q " $ ) q r " p r " $ & % u p % $!! $ " "! v # 4 t 3 # 4 s p r 0 % 3! z % 0! % /! 0 - " $ p! r! p % $!! $ " "! # 0! & " " $ ) s " r! & w! q!! $ s! 0 % u! 0 / " p! t 0 % / " &! & w 4 r! ¹ ª º # $ & t 0 % / " &! 0 % u! 0 / " p! $!! &! & w 4 r! ¹ ª º # 3 % r! # p % 0 q " 3 3 w! & " " $ ) s " r! & " $ r! # v! q # 4 r! # v! " p % $ s! & u % 0 r! p % $!! $ " 4 p 3 #! q " 3 3 w! s! & u % 0 r! # p % 0 # $ & r!.! p #! * " # ) 0 # v u % 0 r! ~ p #! s & 4 " 0! t % 0! & " $ ½ " ) } } Š % " p! r % q r! p 3 "! $ p % $!! $ " "! v # 4 t 3 # 4 q % & "! 0! $ 0 % 3! - q r! $ " $! 0 # p " $ ) q " r r! ¹ ª º - # 0! ) "! 0! & p 3 "! $ ø q r! $ t 3 # 4 " $ ) q " r r! 4! v - # $ & # $ % 0 v # 3 p 3 "! $ - q r! $ 0 4 " $ ) % 0! ) "! 0 Î ª ª ª ± «± -!! r %! % u q % s! p #! % u ~ " $ ½ " ) } ž # $ & } r! 0! v # " $ " $ ) s! p #! v # 4 w! u % s $ & " $ - p % $ " % u #! s # 3 t 0!! $ # " % $ # $ & % u % $! % 0 v % 0! / "! q - % u & "! 0! $ " $ & - % u r! s! p #! r!! s # 3 &! p 0 " t " % $ r % s 3 & w!! t 0!! & w 4! $! $ p! q r! 0! r! s w x! p "! " r! 0 % $! % u r! # p % 0 % 0 r! ¹ ª º - # $ & v # 4 # 0 q " r #! $! $ p! % u r! u % 0 v r! $ œ! t 0! " $ ) s $ &! 0 q r " p r p % $ & " " % $ r! s! p #! v # 4 r # t t! $ t 0! 2 p % $ & " " % $ $ 4 Î ª ª ª ± «± v s " $ p 3 s &! # ª ± ± ª ² - q r " p r " # #! p r # 0 u % 0 r! Ä 4 x Å 6 p 3 # &! p 0 " w " $ ) r! p % v t 3!! w! r # / " % s 0 % u r! ¹ ª º q " r 0! t! p %

15 > ó 8 8 A > C L V E A >? E D > F? K A X E D? A K A R H C W K A X E D? A E H D A V G? A V F?? A K W D W D? A H B W X E S E > E D A H C E V C > A R C? C F G C L K A R E? L C K R [ A D W D? A H A L A L K A R E? L C K R R C? C A L K A R E? L C K R D A K S E L A T E A W C K A F Z C > R C K A S C V E R C? A R B A L K A R E? L C K R D A K S E L A A A D W D? A H K A X E D? A K A L V E A >? A C A >? E L C? E F > D A K S E L A T E > G F K H E C D B A A > K A X E D? A K A R T C > A U E V V B A K A X E D? A K A R ù A K U E D A D W D? A H E > G F K H E E D K A X E D? K C? E F C D G C E V A R [ [ registered->excludes(c) ] 6 : å š 9 registerme(em,crcard) [ not crcard.ok() ] / C.failedRegistration(); : wrongcard(c) / C.failedRegistration(); registerme(em,crcard) [ crcard.ok() ] / CC.check(crCard); okcard(crcard) / AH.register(C); register(c,em,crcard); C.areRegistered(); å ú 8 9 : ; 8 å š ú AL_L registerme(em,crcard) check(crcard) okcard(crcard) areregistered() C: Client CC: CreditCard Handler register(c) AH: A B C D B k j j F F L C U H O B C L \ E F E G H C A B ] C b F û B L H A U ]? L E [ L V F E L C V H B E [ L V [ B [ ^ O B F L C U H O B C L C V g ü C D H O B O \ E p ý E p J C b [ H G Q C b [ A V E p J? L C V H B E [ L V Q? L E [ L V [ A V E J p A Q E p ^ ä å æ < ç < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t N D A œ C D A þ x Æ Ä 4 x ž

16 8 ó ó é 8 8 A > > F V F?? A K W E D K M > > E > X A H C > C X A K H C W C D Z? A D W D? A H? F D? C K? C > A U F > A B W X E S E > X E? D R E H A > D E F > C > C? M K C V X K A C? A C > ÿ T U E > > E > X F K R A K C > F K R A K F > E >? A X A K D T E U E V V B A M D A R? F a > A U E > > A K D C > R G K A A? E L Z A? V C U G F K X A > A K C? E > A > M H B A K D F A G K A A? E L Z A? D T e M D? C G M > L? E F > E X E S A > C D A? F G E >? A X A K D a > R D C > A U > M H B A K > F? B A V F > X E > X? F E? [ A > T C > A U V F?? A K W U E V V B A K M > > E > C S E > A R E H A > D E F > T U E > > E > X F K R A K C > R G K A A? E L Z A? V C U X E S A > B A H C > C X A K [ A D W D? A H U E V V E > G F K H C V A K A X E D? A K A R L V E A >? D B W C > A H C E V H A D D C X C? C > A U V F?? A K W E D K M > > E > X [ 6 : å š 9 [ not lottery.running ] startnewlottery(d,ord,law) / for all c in registered do EM.send(c. ,"Start new lottery"); startedlottery(d,wo,ftl); AL_L.startNewLottery(D,ord,law) ; : 7 : for all c in registered do [ not lottery.running ] EM.send(c. ,"Start new lottery"); A B C D B k j j F F O B [ L B C V B B C L Y \ F p A B ] S T F S H A A H A U T L V C L ] M j F L C C M H? N C B j [ _ ^ O B F B H? N C B O Q f i [ A V B B C L Y J V H b Q [ A V B B C L Y J T L V C L L V [ A V B B C L Y J j [ _ Q G [ _ [ A V B B C L Y J L a A A H A U Q M L a C ä å æ < ç s < è é é A ` M E K A H A >? J A L E a L C? E F > t N D A œ C D A 4 2 ž 4 Ÿ x } é x ž

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