STRUCTURED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN: A CONCISE STUDY

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PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2004. gada 1. janv. - 324 lappuses
Virtual presence of Internet and availability of infor-mation on the net have led to information systems becoming an inseparable part of organizations. Today, computer-based information systems are extensively used for acquisition, storage, and dissemination of data throughout the organizations. These information systems, however, need to be backed by sound software development activities. The systems analysts play a key role in development and implementation of the information systems in the organizations. It is, therefore, essential that they remain abreast of the latest software development methods and tools while using them. This concise book presents in an abstracted form, the essentials of theory and practice of structured systems analysis and design. It is aimed at getting the concep-tual framework across to the readers and thus aiding in concept implementation. Well-suited for teaching an academic course of one semester in systems analysis and design, the text is also suitable for conducting short term training programmes for software professionals. Armed with these concepts and ideas, the systems analysts will be able to tackle various aspects of systems analysis and design in real life situations.
 

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Preface
1
Development Methodologies and CASE Tools
27
Systems Analysis
45
Requirements Strategies and Methods
61
Process Modeling
87
Logical DFDs
121
Data Modeling
137
Entity Life Histories
149
Software Quality Assurance
205
System Design
221
Normal Form Analysis
243
System Partitioning
265
Program Design
285
Software Testing
297
Putting the System to Use
307
Suggested Reading
315

User Interface Design
161
Establish Requirements
185

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Par autoru (2004)

S.A. KELKAR, PhD (Michigan, USA), is Former Adjunct Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. He has over 40 years of teaching experience in the field of software engineering, information systems, and related subjects. He is also a Visiting Faculty at several educational institutes in Mumbai. Besides, he has worked with reputed organizations such as Tata Consultancy Services, Aptech and Voltas.

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