Information Systems Architecture: Development in the 90's
Contains invaluable tips for selecting the right software tools to get the job done, 19 major themes of quality systems development, a description of data management standards and their vital role in the architecture-based setting plus organizational models for success.
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Scope of Integration
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activity analysis application approach attributes basic process model bill of materials business area client/server environment common connector context diagram corporate DASD data administration data and process data element data data element formulation data element name data flow diagram data warehouse environment DBMS defined definition deliverables derived data element data element entity example functional decomposition grouping of data HIPO identify individual level information engineering information systems input intersection data issues level of data logical data element maintenance major subject area ment metadata multiple needs occurs operational environment operational physical organization performance physical data model physical database design physical model primary grouping processor pseudocode recursive relationship result scope of integration server shown in Figure software tools specific standards storage system development system of record target architecture techniques tion transaction processing update volume of data