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Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World 7th Edition

Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World (7th Edition)

Book Edition7th Edition
Author(s)Jackson, Satzinger
ISBN9781305117204
PublisherCengage
SubjectComputer Science
Chapter 6, End of Chapter, REVIEW QUESTIONS, Exercise 1
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How does the objective of systems analysis differ from the objective of systems design?

Explanation

The starting point of a design is provided by system analysis, which helps understand the requirements of a system module. In the process of system analysis, collection and interpretation of data and discerning the problems are included.

The starting point of implementation is provided by system design, which helps find solutions for the requirements of a system model. In the process of system design, a new system design or replacing an existing system.

Verified Answer

System analysis is used to provide a discussion on the existing model and to understand the problem, whereas system design is used to pre-plan tasks and actions for a new model and to solve problems.

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