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Unformatted text preview: ASSIGNMENT 2 Question 1 The requirements analysis phase defines the business requirements for a new system. The logical design phase further documents business requirements using system models that illustrate data structures, business processes, data flows, and user interfaces. The difference between the requirements analysis phase and logical design phase is their purpose in the software life cycle. Before you can design the new system logically in the logical design phase, you must establish that the requirements of the business have been fully understood and documented. Majority of the projects that dont succeed, fail because they do not do what the client needed it to do. The requirements analysis is the phase where analysts try to come up with the complete list of the requirements of the client. This will reduce the probability that the client will come back later and ask for a major change in the design that may risk making the project fail. During the logical design however, is when the requirements for a new and risk making the project fail....
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- Summer '10