Systems analysis and design methods

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Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 724 pages
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The fourth edition of Systems Analysis and Design Methods contains two new chapters on object oriented methods and a new chapter on purchased application packages.

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User Review  - Carl L McKever - Goodreads

The textbook was very great and detailed regarding the SDLC and PMLC cycles. Enjoyed studying this book for my class. Read full review

Review: Systems Analysis and Design Methods

User Review  - Carl McKever - Goodreads

The textbook was very great and detailed regarding the SDLC and PMLC cycles. Enjoyed studying this book for my class. Read full review

Contents

PART ONE THE CONTEXT OF SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
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Who Should Read This Book?
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Jeff Whitten is Professor and department Head of Computer Technology (CPT). CPT offers baccalaureate degrees in both information systems development and telecommunications & networking. Professor Whitten is heavily involved in curriculum development and outreach. His main interests include systems analysis and design, computer-aided software engineering, rapid application development, and database development.

Lonnie Bentley is Professor and Associate Department Head of Computer Technology (CPT). CPT offers baccalaureate degrees in both information systems development and telecommunications & networking. As Associate Head, Professor Bentley is primarily responsible for academic affairs of the department. His main teaching and scholarly interests include systems analysis and design, computer-aided software engineering (CASE), rapid application development (RAD), and graphical user interface (GUI) design.

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