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Systems Analysis and Design Methods
New York. AUrights NSer. No put of this publication may be repiOduced or distributed in any form or by any means. Some ancillaries, including electronic aiXI print components. United Slates. This book is p-inted on ocid-free paper. Bluhm Cowr de. Typeface: Garamolfd Light Compositor. Includes bibHographicaJ references and index. ISBN alk. System de. System analysis. Jl Title. S88W48 OOJ. To my lovely wife Cheryl and my children Robert, Heath, and Coty.
To my coauthor and good friend Jeff and our twenty years of writing side by side. To my father. You instilled in me the work ethic, perseverance, and curiosity for l. These courses are normally taught ro bor.
We recommend thar students take a computer- and Information systems-Uteracy course before using this text. Wlille not requlre. Thej expect to walk away from a col! We wrote this book I to balanre the coverage of concepts, tools, tedmlques, and their application, 2 to provide the most cxrunplc. Addltlonally, our goal Is to serve the reader by pro. We have written me book uslng a lively, conversational tone. Thls approach and the numerous examples delh't'rs a comprehensive text that still connects with the student throughout the Jeamlng process.
For example, Chapter 9,ln response to reviewer commen S, has undergone extensive reorganlntlon. Also, me discussion of sequential versus Jteratlve deveJopmenr has been moved to 01apter 3 to pL1ee It with related methodology concepts. New to this edition In Chapter 10 Is coverage ol system sequence dlllgrnms.
Oupter 18 features expanded coverage of objectoriented design. Persistence and system design dasses are discussed as well as entlry, comroller, and lnterface design classes. UML 2. Each UML 2. In Chapters 7, 10, and 18, lh-e of the thirteen UML 2. It has bee-n added to me tools used ln Cllapter 5 and can be employed In the cla55room JS a tlrst modellng asslgnmetlt..
Updated Technology References: The extensfve references to example tedutologies has been continued In dte sevenm edttlon and updated to reflect tedutological changes, version updates, and mergers and acqulsJtlons of tedutology compan.
Revision of the SoundStage Rututhtg C1. The sevenm edltlon continues dte use of color applied to an adaptation of Zachman's Frameu. The color mapplogs are displayed In the Inside front cover of the textbook. The infonnation systems bulldfng blocks matrtx uses dtese colors to introduce recurring concepts. The text's organization is fleJdble enough to allow instructors to omit and resequence.
Every effort has been made to decouple chapters from one another as much as possible to assist ln resequencing the materL1I- even to dte extent of rein[roduclng selected concepts and terminology. Chapters 1 dtrough 4 introduce dte student to systems analysts, odter project team members htduding users and management , Information S 'StetnS bulldlng blocks based on the Zadunan framework , a.
Information Systems Framework Color Is used consistently ilirougltom d1e text's framework [0 Introduce recurring concepts. Part One can be covered relatively qulddy. Some readers may prefer to omit project management or delay it until the end of the book.
Coverage ln Ch. Part11vee, Systems Design Methods," covers the mlddle llfe-eycle activities, tools, and techniques. Chapters 12 through 18 Include coverage of both general and detailed design, with a partlctdar emphasis on application arddtecture, rapid development and prototyplog, externtl design Inputs, outputs, and Interfaces , internal design e. Specifically, Chapters 19 and 20 examlne system Implementation, suwort, maintenance, and reenglneerlng.
It has always been our lntent to provide a complete course, not just a textbook. We are espedally exdted about this edition's comprehensive support package. Ir includes Web-hosted support, software bundles, and other resources for both the student and the instructor. All sUdes are romplete wir. Slides can be org;mlzed Into electronic pre. The test b. A build your owtt project modeJ is retained for lnstructors and students who want to m. Richard J. X4S-San Atl:mlo.
Dorothy Dol"'! Dao Nguyen, CnllfJrtllo State. Utllverstty-Nortbrldge Parag C. A special! We also are Indebted to many Individuals who contributed to the de''elopment of the prevt. Jeanne M. Aim, Moorhead Stare University durtes P. Utuverslry-Hnyuwrd carol Clark,. Cornwell, Bmdlll l Unt. Rld1ard C. University of. Moates, ltJdtana Stare Unlt.
Norman, Sal! Diego State Urrlvtrslty Charles E. Sllnkman, Unlnwslty of Til. Wu, Utlloorslty oflouw Jacqueline E. We also lhank udy Kausal, photo research co. To those ofyou who used our pre'lou! Uoos, th:ank you for your continued support. For those using the text for the flrM Ume, we hope you see a difference In this text.
We C:lgerly awalt your reaction. Introduction What Is Systems Analysis? Task 1. Ct Wortbl11ess I 73 Task 1. Task 5. Task 4. Jb - Prototype Fu. Task 3. Zie Syswm Requirements I 88 Task 3. Task 2. I - Understand tbe Probkm Domain Task 2. Ellllty Discowry Tbe Co Tbe System Diag ram s Primitive Diagrams. H9 Completing the Specification An Introduction to Objcct.
Guttkltnes or Co Feasibility AtJ. VendOrs Task 5A. The Construction Phase Task 6. Task 8.
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