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Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fifth Edition 4-1 Week04 – Tutorial Review Questions 1. List the six activities of systems analysis. 2. What is the difference between functional requirements and nonfunctional requirements? 3. What is the objective of a structured walkthrough? 4. Explain the steps in preparing for an interview session. 5. What are the benefits of doing vendor research during information-gathering activities? 6. What categories of stakeholders should you include in fact finding? 7. What is meant by vertical and horizontal dimensions when determining which users to involve? 8. What is JAD? When is it used? 9. What technique is used to validate user requirements? 10. What do
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Unformatted text preview: correct , complete , and comprehensive mean with regard to systems analysis? 11. List and describe the seven information-gathering techniques. Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, Fifth Edition 4-2 Thinking Critically 1. Provide an example of each of the three types of models that might apply to designing a car, a house, and an office building. Explain why requirements models are logical models rather than physical models. 2. One of the toughest problems in investigating system requirements is to make sure they are complete and comprehensive. What kinds of things would you do to ensure that you get all of the right information during an interview session?...
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