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Analysis Modeling Instructor: Dr. Jerry Gao
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Analysis Modeling Jerry Gao, Ph.D. Jan. 1999 - Elements of the analysis model - Data modeling - Functional modeling and information flow - Behavioral modeling - Mechanics of structure analysis - Creating an ER diagram - Creating a data-flow model - Creating a control flow model - Control specification - The data dictionary - An overview of other classical analysis methods - Data structured system development - Jackson system development - SADT
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Analysis modeling Analysis models (a set of models) is the first set of technical representation. Tow types of analysis models: structured analysis, object-oriented analysis Structured analysis is classical modeling method. Descriptions about structured analysis by Tom Demarco[DEM79]. - The products of analysis must be highly maintainable. - Use effective way to partition problems - Use graphic notation whenever possible - Differentiate logical and physical consideration - Use some means of keeping track … - New tools to describe logic and policy. .. History of analysis modeling: - In the late 1960s and early 1970s, early work in analysis modeling began - “structured analysis” was coined by Douglas Ross in [DEM79]. - By the mid-1980s, deficiencies of structured analysis were criticized. - Ward and Mellor, and others introduced the extensions for real-time in 1985. - Later consistent notation [BU88] were suggested in 1988. - CASE tools [YOU89] are used in 1989.
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The Elements of the Analysis Model Three primary objectives of the analysis model: - to describe what the customer requires - to establish a base for the creation of a software design
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