A structured approach to systems development

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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Jan 1, 1992 - Computers - 316 pages
This book covers the software lifecycle from initial concept at a corporate strategy level, through the specification & development of individual systems to system replacement. The reader is thus given a complete & integrated set of procedural, structural, documentation, & quality standards to encompass the software development lifecycle. The book is unique in addressing the software lifecycle from fuzzy concept through to system replacement, & because it can utilize any proprietary method for analysis & design it is applicable to all organizations & IT professionals.

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Structured systems analysis and design

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Heap is a Principal Consultant for Cornerstone Internetworking Solutions.

John Stanaway has written two best-selling volumes in the Aces series both covering the exploits of the greatest Pacific fighter of them all, the P-38 Lightning. He is also an official historian of the National P-38 Pilots' Association. The author lives in Ohio, USA.

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