Introducing Systems Design

Introducing Systems Design

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In this new edition of Introducing Systems Design, (the companion text by the same author to Introducing Systems Analysis) the focus is on the design of computer systems. The author describes the skills necessary to be a successful systems designer and addresses the fundamental models that such a designer should follow (such as data flow diagrams and entity-relationship models). This edition retains the hypothetical case study of the first edition (a course bookings system) to explore crucial design issues. New coverage includes discussions of object oriented systems design and Rapid Application Development (RAD), including the impact of Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE). Use of the integral case study and exercises at the end of each chapter provide the practical element essential to effective teaching of systems design.Appendix A InfoSys Case Study Introduction InfoSys is a large multinational company offering information system consultancy training, publications and software. ... Non-attendance is an issue and the manager of the section wishes to highlight this in a Course Performance Report. ... 2 An analyst has produced a draft Data Flow Diagram and Data Dictionary entries for processes and selected data flows.

Title:Introducing Systems Design
Author: Steve Skidmore
Publisher:Blackwell Pub - 1996

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