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Saturday, October 1, 2011



 Instructor: Dr. Siddhartha Bhattacharyya

Text �������Dennis, Alan and Barbara H. Wixom. Systems Analysis and Design 2nd Edition. John Wiley and Sons, 2003.
This is a course on the analysis, design, and implementation of information systems. All stages of the systems development life cycle will be considered, with specific focus on analysis and design of business information systems. The course aims at providing a foundation in traditional structured analysis and design techniques, together with an introduction to object-oriented and UML based analysis and design techniques that are increasingly in use today. The basic topics that will be discussed are: lifecycle approaches, feasibility, requirements analysis, techniques for structured analysis, various aspects of system design including system data, behavior and interfaces, testing, and system implementation considerations; concepts in UML and object-orientation will also be examined in relation to these basic topics.
Students will work on a series of assignments covering various activities in the systems analysis and design process. These assignments, based on cases simulating real-life projects, will provide hands-on experience in analyzing and designing computer-based information systems.
Students are responsible for keeping up-to-date with class material, assignments and any announcements.

Introduction (ppt file),
SDLC ,Systems Analysis (ppt file),

Enterprise Analysis, Workflow diagrams (ppt file)
Data flow diagrams (ppt)

Data modeling, Object Relationship modeling (ppt)
Design (notes1), Physical DFD (ppt)

Physical DFD (CreateDB example)

Structure charts (ppt), Cohesion and Coupling

Use Cases (ppt)
Use case examples(ppt)
 O-O - basics (ppt)

1 comment:

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