Information Engineering: Introduction

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Prentice Hall, 1989 - Computers - 178 pages

This book presents a top-down system design methodology which analyzes a business activity in terms of the information content associated with each process. The author is one of the most important visionaries in the field.

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Contents

Introduction 1 The pyramid 3 The mess in data processing
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The four stages of information engineering 13
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Fourthgeneration languages 22 Eight trends 23 Conclusion
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About the author (1989)

Martin is the Chairman of James Martin Associates, a worldwide consulting group based in Reston, VA.

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