Systems Analysis and Design
HyperCase (original, hypertext-based software created by the authors) now accompanies this book on an interactive website. This innovative software allows users first-hand experience with a business and organizational structure. They will interview employees, observe office dynamics and practices, analyze prototypes, and review existing systems. All activities are conducted within a business simulation called " Maple Ridge Engineering" and are based on real-life consulting experiences. The book includes expanded coverage of data flow diagrams, data dictionaries, and process specifications. Introduces examples of new software used by analysts and designers to manage projects, analyze and document systems, design new systems, and implement their plans.
67 pages matching INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS in this book
Results 1-3 of 67
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
I read this book for class and I have to say it does an excellent job explaining it's topics. The book is well organized other than chapter 18 felt like it was 'important' info that just got tagged on in the end to make sure it was covered. Anyone wanting to know more about System Analysis and Design could do much worse than to start with this book.
Review: Systems Analysis and DesignUser Review - Goodreads
really good book...........
ASSUMING THE ROLE OF SYSTEMS ANALYST
The Systems Development Life Cycle
Using CASE Tools
70 other sections not shown