Fundamental modeling concepts: effective communication of IT systems
J. Wiley & Sons, 2005 - Business & Economics - 334 pages
A must-have book for systems analysts, architects and managers interested in enhancing successful communication in their organisation.
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Value Structures and Mind Maps
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abstract data type active agent Apache Apache HTTP server application architecture aspects behavior block diagram channels child server client communication complex compositional structure conceptual concurrently connection request create database defined describe DFDs diagram types domain dynamic structure E/R diagram entity node Entity Relationship Diagrams entity set example Fibonacci Figure FMC diagrams FMC models Forking Server Fundamental Modeling Concepts high-level identified idle worker illustrates implementation inetd information processing systems input place Job Queue labeling layout listener master server mental prototype mutex notation object object-oriented operating system output place passive components pattern Petri nets platform processor provides recursive refinement relation represents requirements SAP R/3 scenario Section semaphore Session Context Manager shows specific stack places stock quotes stock report storage structure variance sub-net system components system map system model system structures ticket tokens transition travel agency variables Worker Pool Manager