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You are in the testing phase of a graphic user interface (GUI): a calculator.

Address the following:

  • Download the calculator executable file and source code file.
  • Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find.
  • Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout.
  • Submit the revised file for this calculator.
  • Submit a 1–2-page Word document that explains the following:
    • Your testing, verification, and validation methods
    • All programming and interface problems you found
    • All programming and interface solutions you implemented

The following rubric will be used for grading:

 

Grading Rubric

10%

Submit the file for the calculator.

25%

Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find.

25%

Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout.

10%

Submit the revised file for this calculator.

10%

Explain your testing, verification, and validation methods.

10%

Explain all programming and interface problems you found.

10%

Explain all programming and interface solutions you implemented.

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5:29 AM (CDT) Unit 2 - Individual Project Assignment Overview Go To: Type: Individual Project Unit: Project Requirements and Analysis Due Date: Sun, 9/6/15 Grading Type: Numeric Points Possible: 125 Points Earned: 0 Deliverable Length: 2 files & 1–2 pages Assignment Details Learning Materials Reading Assignment My Work: Online Deliverables: Submissions Assignment Details Assignment Description You are in the testing phase of a graphic user interface (GUI): a calculator. Address the following: Download the calculator executable file and source code file. Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find. Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout. Submit the revised file for this calculator. Submit a 1–2­page Word document that explains the following: Your testing, verification, and validation methods All programming and interface problems you found All programming and interface solutions you implemented The following rubric will be used for grading: Grading Rubric 10%Submit the file for the calculator. 25%Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find. 25%Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout. 10%Submit the revised file for this calculator. 10%Explain your testing, verification, and validation methods. 10%Explain all programming and interface problems you found. 10%Explain all programming and interface solutions you implemented. Please submit your assignment. For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials. Reading Assignment Unit 2: Naik & Tripathy: Chapters 1, 10, 11, 17, 18 Assignment Objectives Demonstrate graphic user interface testing, verification, and validation Other Information There is no additional information to display at this time. Legend Extra Credit View Assignment Rubric Assignment Details Assignment Description You are in the testing phase of a graphic user interface (GUI): a calculator. Address the following: You are in the testing phase of a graphic user interface (GUI): a calculator. Address the following: Download the calculator executable file and source code file. Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find. Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout. Submit the revised file for this calculator. Submit a 1–2­page Word document that explains the following: Your testing, verification, and validation methods All programming and interface problems you found All programming and interface solutions you implemented The following rubric will be used for grading: Grading Rubric 10%Submit the file for the calculator. 25%Test your calculator's graphic user interface and fix any problems you find. 25%Clean the interface so it is clearly understandable to everyone and consistent throughout. 10%Submit the revised file for this calculator. 10%Explain your testing, verification, and validation methods. 10%Explain all programming and interface problems you found. 10%Explain all programming and interface solutions you implemented. Please submit your assignment. For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials. Reading Assignment Unit 2: Naik & Tripathy: Chapters 1, 10, 11, 17, 18 Assignment Objectives Demonstrate graphic user interface testing, verification, and validation Other Information There is no additional information to display at this time. Legend Extra Credit View Assignment Rubric Privacy Statement Terms and Conditions © 2015 American InterContinental University. All Rights Reserved. Authorized Users Only. Contact Us Running head: SHORTENED TITLE 1 Paper Title Author Name of the University SHORTENED TITLE 2 Abstract The abstract is written in block format, meaning that the start of the paragraph is not indented. It begins on the next line following the Abstract heading and should not be more than 250 words. As an undergraduate, it is suggested that you verify the length of the abstract with your instructor (it is usually a FULL paragraph), but a graduate student must adhere to the 120 to 250 word abstract. The Abstract heading should NOT be in bold. 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