Chapter 9 - Review Questions

Chapter 9 Review - 1 Marks:5 Systems design takes the requirements that were defined during analysis and organizes them in a way that allows

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1 Marks: 5 What is the primary objective of systems design? Systems design takes the requirements that were defined during analysis and organizes them in a way that allows programming to occur. The primary purpose of systems design is to develop a structure or roadmap that can be used for programming. 2 Marks: 5 Explain the difference between centralized architecture and distributed architecture. 1.) Centralized architecture locates all computing resources in a central location. 2.) Distributed architecture deploys computing resources in multiple locations connected by a computer network. 3 Marks: 5 Describe client/server architecture, and list the key architecture design issues that must be  addressed when developing a client/server information system. Client/server architecture divides information system processes into two types: client and server. A server manages one or more system resources or provides a well defined service. A client
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course MMIS 530 taught by Professor Jayashbaugh during the Winter '12 term at Friends University.

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Chapter 9 Review - 1 Marks:5 Systems design takes the requirements that were defined during analysis and organizes them in a way that allows

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