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Synchronizing_System_Models

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    Synchronizing of System Models y Network, data, interface, and process models represent different views of the same system, but these views are interrelated. e System Analysts need to synchronize the different views to ensure consistency and completeness of the total system specification.
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    Synchronizing of System Models y Data and Process Model Synchronization: y There should be one data store in the process models for each entity in the data model. e There should be sufficient processes in the process model to maintain the data in the data model .
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    Data  and  Process  Model Synchronization A Data-to-Process-CRUD Matrix  is a table in which: the  rows indicate entities  (and possibly  attributes); the  columns indicate event processes ; and the  cells  (the intersection rows and columns)  document level of access  where C = create,  R= read or use,  U = update or modify, and  D= delete or deactivate. 
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    Data  and  Process  Model Synchronization Every entity should have  at least one  C, R,U  and D entry for system completeness.   Otherwise, one or more event processes  were probably omitted from the process  models. 
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    Entity . Attribute Process Customer Application Process Customer Credit Application Process Customer Change of Address
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  • Spring '08
  • staff
  • Business process modeling, R R R RU R RU C C C C C C C R R R R R R, R R R R R RU RU R R R R, R R R RU RU R R R R R

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