|Systems Analysis and Design||
Systems Analysis and Design
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This text, now in its second edition, covers the whole spectrum of activities necessary for the analysis, design and implementation of computer-based information and data processing systems. The book is directly relevant to students on HND, degree and professional courses.
1. The Context for Analysis and Design
2. Approaches to Analysis and Design
3. Communicating with People
4. Building better systems
5. Project Management
6. Systems Analysis: Concepts
7. Systems Analysis: Planning the Approach
8. Systems Analysis: Asking questions and collecting data
9. Systems Analysis: Recording the Information
10. Object Orientated Methods
11. Systems Analysis: Modelling Systems Behaviour
12. Systems Analysis: Meeting Business Requirements
13. From Analysis to Design
14. Systems Design: Information Security
15. Systems Design: Human-Computer Interface
16. Systems Design: System Interfaces
17. Systems Design: Logical Data Design
18. Systems Design: Files
19. Systems Design: Databases
20. Systems Design: Physical Data Design
21. Systems Design: Data Communications
22. Systems Implementation
23. Change Management
24. The future of Systems Analysis and Design Case Studies Index
Further Reading List
ISEB Qualifications Explained
The second edition of this market-leading text covers the whole spectrum of activities necessary for the analysis, design and implementation of computer-based information and data processing systems.
Fully updated and revised throughout, the authors continue to emphasise the role of people, management and quality issues, and to consider practical and business realities in relation to SAD, making the book directly relevant to students on HND, degree and professional courses. This new edition covers all of the topics examined within the Information Systems Examinations Board's Diploma syllabus for systems analysis and design.Features:
Coverage includes new hardware, methodologies, interactive developments and E-commerce. The technical details are clearly presented and set within an understandable business and practitioner context throughout.
is a lecturer at The University of the West of England and a member of the ISEB Diploma Board for Systems Analysis and Design.
Donald Yeates is an independent consultant and on the Associate Faculty at Henley Management College.