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Systems Analysis

A Beginner's Guide

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Taking a step-by-step approach to systems analysis; this book provides a guide to all the essential techniques necessary for successful systems development, suitable for HND and first year undergraduate students on computing...

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Taking a step-by-step approach to systems analysis; this book provides a guide to all the essential techniques necessary for successful systems development, suitable for HND and first year undergraduate students on computing courses approaching the subject for the first time. Two case studies run throughout the text illustrating the real-life applications of systems development, and a further teaching case study is provided at the end. Written in a humourous and lively style, students will find this book not only a valuable learning tool but an entertaining one.

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A concise textbook written in a lighthearted style that appeals to students in need of a less technical approach
Complete coverage of one technique (SSADM) makes it suitable for one-semester modules on systems analysis
Two case studies run throughout the text to illustrate to readers the real-world applications of systems development
Assumes no previous knowledge of the subject and is an ideal first course text

Introduction to Systems Analysis
The Current System
Modelling the Data Structure
The Logical View
Business Systems Options
Requirements Specification
Normalization
Technical and Physical Design
Appendix: Teaching Case Study
Bibliography
Index.
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KEVIN BOWMAN is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Sheffield Hallam University. His main areas of specialism include: systems analysis using SSADM, web design, database design and implementation, and e-learning environments. This is his first book.

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KEVIN BOWMAN is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Sheffield Hallam University. His main areas of specialism include: systems analysis using SSADM, web design, database design and implementation, and e-learning environments. This is his first book.

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