This is the first course in a series covering information analysis and logical specification of the system development process in an organizational context. It emphasizes the interactive nature of the analysis and design process.
Today, more than ever, it is important to formulate plans and ideas in some structured manner before attempting to develop a solution to a problem or procedure. Most everything we do in life is a part of some system. In order to understand any system, the system must be analyzed. By the same token, to be able to design any system, one must have extensive knowledge about what the design objectives are. This course explores systems analysis and design from the early days of second generation systems development up to and including graphical user interface design and development (GUI).
This course then, is intended to teach the beginning student to think in terms of the "big picture" in problem solving and designing systems by defining specific objectives.
This is the Black & White edition of this book; a full-color edition is also available.
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