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Systems Analysis Chapter 5
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What is Systems Analysis ? Problem-solving technique that decomposes a system into its component pieces for the purpose of studying how well those component parts work and interact to accomplish their purpose. Systems Design – Complementary problem-solving technique (to systems analysis) that reassembles a system’s component pieces back into a complete system. This may involves adding, deleting, and changing pieces relative to the original system. Information Systems Analysis – The development phases in an Information Systems Development Project that primarily focus on the business problem and requirements, independent of any technology that can or will be used to implement a solution to that problem.
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Context of Systems Analysis
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Repository Location (or set of locations) where Systems Analysts, Systems Designers, and System Builders keep all of the documentation associated with one or more systems or projects. Network directory of computer-generated files that contain project correspondence, reports, and data CASE tool dictionary or encyclopedia Printed documentation (binders and system libraries) Intranet website interface
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Model-Driven Analysis – Problem-solving approach that emphasizes the drawing of pictorial system models to document and validate both existing and/or proposed systems. Ultimately, the system model becomes the blueprint for designing and constructing an improved system. Model
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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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