Belongings drop-off and pick-up
at the Museum Of Modern Art (MOMA) of New York City

Belongings drop-off and pick-up
at the Museum Of Modern Art (MOMA) of New York City

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Two distinct lanes are for, respectively, drop-off and pick-up.

After a waiting period in the drop-off lane, visitors reach a numbered desk. They lay down all their belongings on the desktop for a photography. Staff may optionally remind people that bags are totally unauthorized in the MOMA to effectively get all visitors' belongings. The photography is recorded along with a requested phone number. Staff stores belongings while a MMS is sent with the taken photography as “deposit proof”. A light panel (assigned to each numbered desk) then turns leave/green when the MMS succeeds (checked through the desktop's computer). In case of “erroneous” phone number, light panel keeps displaying wait/red. To that event, visitors are invited to re-propose something valid until success.

Pick-up leads visitors to reach any numbered desk from the pick-up lane after a waiting period. Visitors provide their phone number. People get their belongings and leave the place when leave/green turns on. This results from staff enactment on their desktop's computer.

Note that a numbered desk's light panel turns wait/red as soon as a sensor detects presence in front of the desk.

Information system at the NYC MOMA (UML Class Diagram)

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Drop-off at the NYC MOMA (UML Activity Diagram)

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Pick-up at the NYC MOMA (UML Activity Diagram)

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Drop-off at the NYC MOMA, variation (UML Activity Diagram)

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Information system at the NYC MOMA (Enterprise Architect)

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Drop-off behavior at the NYC MOMA (Enterprise Architect)

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Information flow (bis repetita) at the NYC MOMA

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Drop-off at the NYC MOMA (BPMN Process Diagram)

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Drop-off and Pick-up (black-box versus white-box BPMN Collaboration Diagram)

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Drop-off and Pick-up, quiz

  1. Drop-off: are the belongings actually stored if the end event from the Display “leave/green activity is typed as “terminate”?
  2. Considering the Display “wait/red activity, which BPMN construct naturally allows its enactment from a Presence event?
  3. What are appropriate alternatives for Send MMS, Receive MMS, MMS succeeds, and MMS failed?
  4. A Critical Success Factor (CSF) is the fact that success of MMS sending relies on checking through the desk's computer. Give an example of related KPI?

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