Introducing Systems Development offers a concise introduction to systems analysis and design, suitable for undergraduates on Computer Science or Business Studies programs. Based on Steve Skidmore's previous two books, Introducing Systems Analysis and Introducing Systems Design, this comprehensive text retains the strong practical emphasis that characterised these texts.
Key features include: extensive coverage of object-oriented methods and UML, coverage of more traditional structured techniques, end-of-chapter exercises and a developing case study. The book is also accompanied by a web site which offers full lecturer and student support materials.
Preface Introduction PART I: INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY Information Systems Delivery Project Identification and Selection Feasibility Study PART II: DEFINING SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS Fact Gathering Techniques Fact Modelling Techniques Class Model Logical Function Models Logical Event Models Rapid Application Development (RAD) PART III: DESIGNING, ASSURING, AND IMPLEMENTING REQUIREMENTS External Design Security and Controls Quality Assurance and Testing Software Package Approach Software Package Selection Systems Implementation Bibliography Index
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 335
Published: 20th August 2003
Publisher: Macmillan Education UK
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.7 x 19.0
Weight (kg): 0.69
Edition Number: 1