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Information Systems Development Chapter 3 ( Continued )
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Cross Life-Cycle Activities Activities that overlap multiple phases Fact-finding - Formal process of using research, interviews, meetings, questionnaires, sampling, and other techniques to collect information about system problems, requirements,and preferences. Documentation and Presentation Documentation – Recording facts and specifications for a system for current and future reference. Presentation – Communicating findings, recommendations, and documentation for review by interested users and mangers (Stakeholders). Repository – Storehouse where System Developers maintain all documentation, knowledge, and artifacts for Information Systems or Information Systems Projects. Feasibility Analysis Process and Project Management
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System Development Document Repository
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Sequential versus Iterative Development Waterfall - An approach to systems analysis and design that completes each phase one after another. Iterative Development Approach - An approach to systems analysis and design that completes the entire information system in successive iterations. Each iteration consists of analysis, design, and construction.
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Taxonomy for System Development Methodologies & Strategies
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Model-Driven Development Strategy A System Development strategy that emphasizes the drawing of system models to help visualize and analyze problems, define Business Requirements, and design Information Systems. Process Modeling – Process-centric approach popularized by the Structured Analysis and Design Methodology that uses models of Business Process Requirements to derive effective software designs for a system. Data Modeling – Data-centric approach used to model business data requirements and design database systems that fulfill those requirements. Object Modeling
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course M&IS 24060 taught by Professor G.dehondt during the Spring '08 term at Kent State.

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