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Paperback Systems Analysis and Design Book

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Systems Analysis and Design

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Building on the proven pedagogy of its predecessors, with an increased focus on object modeling and project management, Systems Analysis and Design, Seventh Edition presents a clear introduction to systems analysis and design. Students will find concepts easy-to-understand through the clear writing style and full-color figures that illustrate current technology and trends. Examples and cases are drawn from actual systems projects that enable students...

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Cashman series

Like all of the Cashman series this book provides good coverage of the subject and thorough steps to complete the exercises.

Great book, great price

Purchased this book for a course I am taking. The cost of the book was approx. $80 cheaper than in the college book store. The book is a great resource and is a great read. The book arrived quickly and in perfect condition.

System Analysis and Design

This book came in on time and in very good conditions. Thumbs up for the seller!

Good as an introductory text to System Analysis

There are few things I can say after reading this book pretty much from cover to cover: - Nowadays there are lots of critics of structured SAD, so if you're happen to be one of them, I am pretty sure you will not give this text a good grade. While it does cover Object-Oriented SAD, it is not build upon it. This text (as it seems to me) is revolves around structured SAD using SDLC. - I liked this text because it has LOTS of colorful diagrams, screen-shots, and charts. This gives a text more alive presentation and makes it more fun to read, even though you're getting lost in terms and abbreviation. - The text has plenty of abbreviations because SAD process integrates all system components. You can imagine how much data that is, especially considering the fact of collecting that data and organizing it. - I thing this text by itself will not make you an system analyst. You will need to read more, but it serves well as an introduction to SAD. The obvious negative thing - these editions that coming up new each year are costly for students, but this is a issue of all comp. textbooks, not just this. Brief contents: -ch 1. Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design PHASE 1: SYSTEM PLANNING -ch 2. Analyzing the business case PHASE 2: SYSTEM ANALYSIS -ch 3. Requirements modeling -ch 4. Data and process modeling -ch 5. Object modeling -ch 6. Development strategies PHASE 3: SYSTEM DESIGN -ch 7. Output and user interface design -ch 8. Data Design -ch 9. System architecture PHASE 4: Systems implementation -ch10. Systems implementation PHASE 5: SYSTEMS OPERATION, SUPPORT, AND SECURITY -ch11. Systems operation, support and security THE SYSTEM ANALYST'S TOOLKIT Toolkit 1: Communication tools Toolkit 2: CASE Tools Toolkit 3: Financial Analysis Tools Toolkit 4: Project Management Tools Toolkit 5: Internet Resource Tools

My Students Love It!

I teach systems analysis courses, and this book is an excellent text for us. It is easy to read, well-researched, and describes current real-world thinking in this field. It has many good case studies, along with an on-line virtual company case study that is unique. I highly recommend this book.
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