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Your task is to do a Real-Time Structured Analysis for the AMAC. You are to present your analysis including the following information: 1. An External Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) indicating relationships of the AMAC and the other external entities in the system. Note you do not need to include attributes of the entities on the ERD. Just the relationships and their cardinality and modality. 2. Data and Control Flow Diagrams (DFD/CFDs) - to sufficient detail that only a single task is carried out by each process at the lowest level. You should show the control events that occur on the same diagrams. Use the real-time extensions for control flows etc shown in the lecture notes on slide 17 from week 3. You need to determine when and where events will occur. For example, whenever a piece of data becomes available it may need a control event to let the system know that it is available. These events must be clearly shown in these DFD/CFD diagrams and then handled in the CSPEC. 3. Process specifications (Pspecs) - a psuedo-code or similar design language specification is required for each process at the lowest level. Note a narrative description alone will not be considered sufficient. 4. Control Specifications (Cspec) - use combinational or sequential FSMs as required, presented in an appropriate format. The idea is that the Cspec will completely describe how each and every event or control flow is handled in the system. Note you need to provide both "Process Activation Table" and "State Machine Diagram". 5. A Data Dictionary is required to adequately describe each name or special term used in the analysis, note this includes process names, data flow names, control flow names etc. You should include sufficient detail to allow the system to handle all the monitoring and control aspects specified in section 3 (and any further aspects you consider essential). If you think further information is required make reasonable assumptions and clearly state these in the submission