ASSIGNMENT 1 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES STATE TRANSITION DIAGRAM 30323658 [email protected]

ASSIGNMENT 1
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
METHODOLOGIES
STATE TRANSITION DIAGRAM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
FUNCTIONALITIES ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2
ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2
SMART GUIDE …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
SOFTWARE CHOSEN ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
STATE TRANSITION DIAGRAM ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 4
TEST ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4
TEST CASE 1: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 5
TEST CASE 2: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
TEST CASE 3: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7
TEST CASE 4: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
VIDEO DESCRIPTION …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
CONCLUSION …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9
REFERENCE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report reviews the functionalities of electronic toothbrush and its smart guide, first
examining the basis of the toothbrush, its structure as well as synchronization with the mobile
application. Subsequently, we probe into smart guide and how it can be applied in different
scenarios. When examining these different functionalities, we note that toothbrush overall design
plays an important role in it. In conclusion, we suggest directions for future research and
provide recommendations for practicing individuals.
INTRODUCTION

The Oral-B Smart Series PRO 5000 electric toothbrush with CrossAction toothbrush head is
motivated by proficient cleaning apparatuses to convey a better clean thought about than a
normal manual toothbrush. Set at a dynamic 16-degree plot for tooth-by-tooth brushing,
CrossAction abounds can easily assault, lift and compass away more dental plaque than a
standard manual toothbrush. At the point when utilized, this electric toothbrush evacuated plaque
11% more adequately than manual toothbrushes. This likewise decreased gingivitis by 6% over
manual toothbrushes. It also resulted in 17% lessening in the seeping of the gums.
On measurable examination it was discovered that electronic toothbrush indicated 86%
(1.77±0.39 SD) decrease of plaque list and 95% of diminishment in Bleeding record from
standard, while manual toothbrush demonstrated 85% (1.72±0.35) of lessening in Plaque file and
90% diminishment in Bleeding file. The two brushes indicated noteworthy lessening from
standard. On intergroup examination there was no noteworthy distinction

FUNCTIONALITIES

ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH
Functionalities of Electric
Toothbrush
Description
Rotating Brush Head To even spread toothpaste on the teeth’s and scrub them
Pressure Sensor To measure the pressure applied on the teeth
Power Button To switch on/off the brush for usage

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SMART GUIDE

SOFTWARE CHOSEN

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Brushing Mode To select the different kinds of cleaning modes available
Grip To hold the brush firmly
Battery Level To indicate change of batteries or charging of brush
Functionalities of Smart Guide Description
Indication of Cleaning Modes To indicate the cleaning mode selected for brushing
Time To set and display the clock time
Cleaning Progress To indicate the progress of cleaning
Synchronization To make connection with the smartphone using
Bluetooth
Pressure Indication To display the grip pressure to hold it softly
Battery Indication To display the charging level for charging purpose
Brushing Reward To provide feedback on the progress of your cleaning

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STATE TRANSITION DIAGRAM

Figure 1
Enterprise Architect File LINK

TEST

TEMPLATE FOR TEST CASES: http://www.softwaretestinggenius.com/photos/tpltc1.JPG

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TEST CASE 1:

Project Name: Oral B Electric Toothbrush
Test Case ID: TC_1 Test Designed by:
Test Priority (Low/Medium/High): Med Test Designed date:
Module Name: Brush Battery Test Executed by:
Test Title: Verify battery charged for brush
usage. Test Execution date:
Description: Test the Brush Battery

Pre-conditions: Brush has batteries
Dependencies:

Step Test Steps Test Data
Expected
Result
Actual Result Status
(Pass/Fail)
Notes
1 Grip the Brush
Brush firm
enough to hold

Brush firm
enough to hold

Pass

2
Plug in the
batteries or
charger
Brush is charging Brush is
charging

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TEST CASE 2:

Project Name: Oral B Electric Toothbrush
Test Case ID: TC_2 Test Designed by:
Test Priority (Low/Medium/High): Med Test Designed date:
Module Name: Brush Synchronization Test Executed by:
Test Title: Verify successful synchronization
of brush with smart guide. Test Execution date:
Description: Synchronizing the brush

Pre-conditions: Brush should be charged
Dependencies:

Step Test Steps Test Data
Expected
Result
Actual Result Status
(Pass/Fail)
Notes
1
Turn on the
brush
Brush switched
on
Brush switched
on

Pass

2
Select option for
synchronization
Option Selected Option Selected
3.
Press connect to
make connection
Connection
Successful
Connection
Successful

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TEST CASE 3:

Project Name: Oral B Electric Toothbrush
Test Case ID: TC_3 Test Designed by:
Test Priority (Low/Medium/High): Med Test Designed date:
Module Name: Cleaning Mode Test Executed by:
Test Title: Verify different cleaning modes of
brush Test Execution date:
Description: Testing the cleanliness of brush

Pre-conditions: Brush should be synchronized.
Dependencies:

Step Test Steps Test Data
Expected
Result
Actual Result Status
(Pass/Fail)
Notes
1
Turn on the
brush.
Brush is charged Brush is
charged

Pass334

2
Make it
synchronized.
Synchronized
Successfully
Synchronized
Successfully

3
Select option of
cleaning
Cleaning option
selected
Cleaning option
selected

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TEST CASE 4:

Project Name: Oral B Electric Toothbrush
Test Case ID: TC_4 Test Designed by:
Test Priority (Low/Medium/High): Med Test Designed date:
Module Name: Clock Time Test Executed by:
Test Title: Verify clock time on smart guide Test Execution date:
Description: Setting the time

Pre-conditions: Brush should be synchronized.
Dependencies:

Step Test Steps Test Data
Expected
Result
Actual Result Status
(Pass/Fail)
Notes
1
Turn on the
brush.
Brush is charged Brush is
charged

Pass334

2
Make it
synchronized.
Synchronized
Successfully
Synchronized
Successfully

3
Select option of
time
Time selected Time option
selected

VIDEO DESCRIPTION

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In this diagram, for the brush to start working first it checks the battery percentage. If the battery
is charged or new, then the brush power will turn on otherwise the user has to replace the
batteries or put the brush on the charger. As the brush is turned on, it starts making a connection
with smart guide and on successful connection, the brush is said to be synchronized. If
connection fails, the smart guide needs to be synchronized again with the brush. After
synchronizing, the user can set the clock time by defining the hours, minutes and seconds and it
will appear on the smart guide. Also, the user has to select the cleaning mode like basic cleaning,
whitening and so on. When cleaning mode is selected, the smart guide then checks the pressure
on the teeth. If pressure is too much it will give an indication on screen and if pressure is normal
it will continue cleaning. After cleaning the guide will give review of your cleaning and give
rating on smart guide. On completion of cleaning, the brush has turned off and will be
disconnected from the smart guide.
LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T8AXFa5wDE

CONCLUSION

Concluding at the end, electronic brushes accomplish a direct diminishment of plaque and
gingival draining scores. People who want to utilize an electronic brush can be guaranteed that
when all is said in done there was no factual contrast amongst controlled and manual brushes.
The electronic brushes are protected. As no trial thought about strength and unwavering quality
of utilizing manual versus controlled brushes, it isn’t conceivable to clarify suggestion of
toothbrush predominance.

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Study: Advantage Seen in Electric Toothbrushes. WebMD. Retrieved 22 April 2018,
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electric-toothbrushes
http://www.softwaretestinggenius.com/photos/tpltc1.JPG

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Oral-B Triumph 5000 Toothbrush | Oral-B Australia. (2018). Oralb.com.au. Retrieved 22 April
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