Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design: A Structured Approach

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Wm. C. Brown, 1989 - Electronic data processing - 513 pages
Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design: A Structured Approach covers the most up-to-date tools of structured analysis and design, while presenting traditional techniques such as interviewing and forms design. Its goal is to create an integrated methodology by combining the best elements of new and traditional technologies. The tools and techniques of analysis and design are introduced by how they are used in business applications. Students will learn that all tools aren't necessary for every project and will learn to apply these tools to a wide variety of problems. Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design: A Structured Approach can be used in the introductory analysis and design class, which is taught at community and four-year colleges and at graduate schools.

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3 9 Artificial Intelligence
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Chopter Two BUSINESS SYSTEMS 27 UNIT TWO ANALYSIS 11
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Chopter Three THE COMPUTER Chopter Five FACTGATHERING
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