Chapter 01 The Context of Systems Analysis and Design
1. (p. 6) An information system is an arrangement of people, data, processes, and information technology that
interact to collect, process, store, and provide as output the information needed t
Chapter 16 Input Design and Prototyping
1. (p. 584) Data capture is the identification and acquisition of new data.
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2. (p. 584) Source documents are forms used to record business transactions in terms of data that de
Chapter 12 Systems Design
1. (p. 446) In systems analysis the analyst specifies the detailed computer-based solution.
This is system design, not systems analysis.
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2. (p. 446) Systems analysis emphasizes the busine
Chapter 11 Feasibility Analysis and the System Proposal
1. (p. 414) Feasibility is the measure of how beneficial or practical the development of an information system will
be to an organization.
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2. (p. 414) Credibili
Chapter 09 Process Modeling
1. (p. 316) A model is a representation of reality
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2. (p. 316) Logical models show what a system is or does. They are implementation independent.
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Chapter 07 Modeling System Requirements with Use Cases
1. (p. 245) User-centered development is a process in that the needs of the stakeholders are studied and analyzed as
well as the reasons why the system should be developed.
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Chapter 06 Fact Finding Techniques for Requirements
1. (p. 208) Preliminary investigation includes those techniques used by systems analysts to identify or extract
system problems and solution requirements from the user community.
Chapter 02 Information System Building Blocks
1. (p. 44) Generally Organizations are served by a single and unique information system.
Organizations are served by a federation of information systems that support various business functions.