Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - Database design - 385 pages
A second edition expanding on principles and updating developments in design methodologies. A text for beginners which assumes a working knowledge of computers. Each chapter is followed by discussion questions and problems to illustrate the techniques described. The author is Head of the School of Computing Sciences at UTS.

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Typical information systems
Problemsolving steps
Gathering information

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Igor Hawryszkiewycz received his Ph.D. in computing science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hawryszkiewycz is a professor of computing science at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. He has over 25 years of experience in computing, specializing in information systems design, databases, and most recently, in designing networking systems. He has published three widely accepted books dealing with databases and systems analysis.

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