Information Engineering: Design and construction
Book III contains detailed guidelines for designing and constructing a fully computerized enterprise using IE techniques. It shows how to use CASE tools, timebox techniques, code generators and more to lower maintenance costs and implement efficient electronic data exchanges.
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Access path achieve action diagram Average path cardinality BACKORDER bracket build built business area analysis central changes CODASYL complex corporations Create critical success factors cutover data flow diagram data model data structures database design DBMS decision decision-support system decomposition diagram detail Determine dialog distributed documentation employ encyclopedia end users end-user end-user computing ensure enterprise entity types entity-relationship diagram evolution example executions per transaction executive information systems Extract facilities Figure files fourth-generation language functions I-CASE tools implementation Information Center information engineering integrated INVOICE JAD session joint application design linked locations machine mainframe methodology modules multiple NIBT operations ORDER ORDER-PRODUCT peak hour performance personal computers perspective planning Print procedures process flow diagram process models production quickly records reports requirements Review screen shows specifications spreadsheet strategic subscription customer system design techniques timebox toolset updates workshop workstation