Draw a context diagram and a DFD0 for Create an activity diagram and a set of detail use-case descriptions for the following dentist's office system, but do not bother to identify the flow of events within each use case. Whenever new patients are seen for the first time, they complete a patient information form that asks their name, address, phone number, and brief medical history, which are stored in the patient information file. When a patient calls to schedule a new appointment or change an existing appointment, the receptionist checks the appointment file for an available time. Once a good time is found for the patient, the appointment is scheduled. If the patient is a new patient, an incomplete entry is made in the patient file; the full information will be collected when they arrive for their appointment. Because appointments are often made far in advance, the receptionist usually mails a reminder postcard to each patient two weeks before their appointment. After you finished compare your diagrams with attached file. What are two (2) strengths of each approach? Briefly explain.
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