The Practical Guide to Structured Systems Design

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Prentice Hall, 1988 - Computers - 368 pages
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This practical guide takes the theoretical concepts of structured design and makes them applicable to real-world software development. It also integrates the approach of structured analysis with that of structured design. The book also gives a brief outline of the tools of structured analysis and shows how these tools are an asset not only to the analyst, but also to the designer of a computer system.

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In its day, this was an excellent book for students to learn structured system design concepts and terms. It was used as a college text book. Read full review

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In its day, this was an excellent book for students to learn structured system design concepts and terms. It was used as a college text book. Read full review

Contents

THE BASICS OF DESIGN
19
THE TOOLS OF STRUCTURED DESIGN
31
MODULE SPECIFICATION METHODS
49
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About the author (1988)

Page-Jones has written numerous articles on software development and management. As President and Senior Consulting Methodologist of Wayland Systems Inc., he is responsible for training, consulting, and systems development at many leading corporations.

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