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Analysis and Design of Information Systems

  • Arthur M. Langer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-10
  3. The User Interface

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      Pages 11-26
  4. Overview of Analysis Tools

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      Pages 27-43
  5. Process-Based Tools

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      Pages 44-79
  6. Logic Data Modeling Tools

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      Pages 80-110
  7. Graphical User Interface Tools

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      Pages 111-127
  8. Design Specification Tools

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      Pages 128-153
  9. CASE and Automated Techniques

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      Pages 154-168
  10. Object-Oriented Techniques

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  11. Client/Server and Network Analysis

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  12. Internet/Intranet and Web Analysis

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  13. Advanced Topics

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  14. Back Matter
    Pages 252-281

About this book

Introduction

In any software design project, the analysis stage - documenting and designing technical requirements for the needs of users - is vital to the success of the project.
This book provides a thorough introduction and survey to all aspects of analysis, including design of E-commerce systems, and how it fits into the software engineering process. The material is based on successful professional courses offered at Columbia University to a diverse audience of advanced students and professionals. An emphasis is placed on the stages of analysis and the presentation of many alternative modeling tools that an analyst can utilize. Particular attention is paid to interviewing, modeling tools, and approaches to building effective web-based E-commerce systems.

Keywords

design development documentation information system modeling software software engineering user interface

Authors and affiliations

  • Arthur M. Langer
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  1. 1.Division of Continuing Education and Special ProgramsNew YorkUSA
  2. 2.Columbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

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