Research Issues in Systems Analysis and Design, Databases and Software Development (Google eBook)
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2007 - Computers - 286 pages
New Concepts such as agile modeling, extreme programming, knowledge management, and organizational memory are stimulating new research ideas amoung researchers, and prompting new applications and software. Revolution and evolution are common in the areas of information systemsdevelopment and database. Research Issues in Systems Analysis is a collection of the most up-to-date research-oriented chapters on information systems development and database. Research Issues in Systems Analysis and Design, Databases and Software Development is designed to provide the understanding of the capabilities and features of new ideas and concepts in the information systems development, database, and forthcoming technologies. The chapters in this innovative publication provide a representation of top notch research in all areas of systems analysis and design and database.
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Chapter II Understanding Agile Software Extreme Programming and Agile Modeling
Chapter III Adaptation of an Agile Information System Development Method
A Refinement Equivalence Approach
Chapter V On the Use of ObjectRole Modeling for Modeling Active Domains
Chapter VI Method Chunks to Federate Development Processes
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