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Modern Systems Analysis and Design, Global Edition

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  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • PART ONE Foundations for Systems Development
    • AN OVERVIEW OF PART ONE
    • 1 The Systems Development Environment
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • A Modern Approach to Systems Analysis and Design
      • Developing Information Systems and the Systems Development Life Cycle
      • The Heart of the Systems Development Process
        • The Traditional Waterfall SDLC
      • Agile Methodologies
        • eXtreme Programming
        • Scrum
        • Agile in Practice
      • Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
      • Our Approach to Systems Development
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
    • 2 The Origins of Software
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Systems Acquisition
        • Outsourcing
        • Sources of Software
        • Choosing Off-the-Shelf Software
        • Validating Purchased Software Information
      • Reuse
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: THE ORIGINS OF SOFTWARE
        • Case Questions
    • 3 Managing the Information Systems Project
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Pine Valley Furniture Company Background
      • Managing the Information Systems Project
        • Initiating a Project
        • Planning the Project
        • Executing the Project
        • Closing Down the Project
      • Representing and Scheduling Project Plans
        • Representing Project Plans
        • Calculating Expected Time Durations Using PERT
        • Constructing a Gantt Chart and Network Diagram at Pine Valley Furniture
      • Using Project Management Software
        • Establishing a Project Start Date
        • Entering Tasks and Assigning Task Relationships
        • Selecting a Scheduling Method to Review Project Reports
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • Appendix: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design: Project Management
        • Learning Objectives
        • Unique Characteristics of an OOSAD Project
        • Define the System as a Set of Components
          • Complete Hard Problems First
          • Using Iterations to Manage the Project
          • Don't Plan Too Much Up Front
          • How Many and How Long Are Iterations?
          • Project Activity Focus Changes Over the Life of a Project
        • Summary
        • Review Question
        • Problems and Exercises
        • BEC CASE: MANAGING THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT
          • Case Questions
  • PART TWO Planning
    • AN OVERVIEW OF PART TWO
    • 4 Identifying and Selecting Systems Development Projects
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Identifying and Selecting Systems Development Projects
        • The Process of Identifying and Selecting IS Development Projects
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Corporate and Information Systems Planning
        • Corporate Strategic Planning
        • Information Systems Planning
      • Electronic Commerce Applications: Identifying and Selecting Systems Development Projects
        • Internet Basics
        • Pine Valley Furniture WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: IDENTIFYING AND SELECTING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
      • Case Questions
    • 5 Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects
      • The Process of Initiating and Planning is Development Projects
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Assessing Project Feasibility
        • Assessing Economic Feasibility
        • Assessing Technical Feasibility
        • Assessing Other Feasibility Concerns
      • Building and Reviewing the Baseline Project Plan
        • Building the Baseline Project Plan
        • Reviewing the Baseline Project Plan
      • Electronic Commerce Applications: Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects
        • Initiating and Planning Systems Development Projects for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: INITIATING AND PLANNING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
        • Case Questions
  • PART THREE Analysis
    • AN OVERVIEW OF PART THREE
    • 6 Determining System Requirements
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Performing Requirements Determination
        • The Process of Determining Requirements
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Traditional Methods for Determining Requirements
        • Interviewing and Listening
        • Interviewing Groups
        • Directly Observing Users
        • Analyzing Procedures and Other Documents
      • Contemporary Methods for Determining System Requirements
        • Joint Application Design
        • Using Prototyping During Requirements Determination
      • Radical Methods for Determining System Requirements
        • Identifying Processes to Reengineer
        • Disruptive Technologies
      • Requirements Determination Using Agile Methodologies
        • Continual User Involvement
        • Agile Usage-Centered Design
        • The Planning Game from eXtreme Programming
      • Electronic Commerce Applications: Determining System Requirements
        • Determining System Requirements for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: DETERMINING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
        • Case Questions
    • 7 Structuring System Process Requirements
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Process Modeling
        • Modeling a System's Process for Structured Analysis
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Data Flow Diagramming Mechanics
        • Definitions and Symbols
        • Developing DFDs: An Example
        • Data Flow Diagramming Rules
        • Decomposition of DFDs
        • Balancing DFDs
      • An Example DFD
      • Using Data Flow Diagramming in the Analysis Process
        • Guidelines for Drawing DFDs
        • Using DFDs as Analysis Tools
        • Using DFDs in Business Process Reengineering
      • Modeling Logic with Decision Tables
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Process Modeling Using Data Flow Diagrams
        • Process Modeling for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • Appendix 7A: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design: Use Cases
        • Learning Objectives
        • Introduction
        • Use Cases
          • What Is a Use Case?
          • Use Case Diagrams
          • Definitions and Symbols
        • Written Use Cases
          • Level
          • The Rest of the Template
        • Electronic Commerce Application: Process Modeling Using Use Cases
        • Writing Use Cases for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
        • Summary
        • Key Terms
        • Review Questions
        • Problems and Exercises
        • Field Exercise
        • References
      • Appendix 7B: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design: Activity Diagrams
        • Learning Objectives
        • Introduction
        • When to Use an Activity Diagram
        • Problems and Exercises
        • Reference
      • Appendix 7C: Business Process Modeling
        • Learning Objective
        • Introduction
        • Basic Notation
        • Business Process Example
        • Summary
        • Key Terms
        • Review Questions
        • Problems and Exercises
        • Field Exercises
        • References
        • BEC CASE: STRUCTURING SYSTEM PROCESS REQUIREMENTS
          • Case Questions
    • 8 Structuring System Data Requirements
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Conceptual Data Modeling
        • The Conceptual Data Modeling Process
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Gathering Information for Conceptual Data Modeling
      • Introduction to E-R Modeling
        • Entities
        • Attributes
        • Candidate Keys and Identifiers
        • Other Attribute Types
        • Relationships
      • Conceptual Data Modeling and the E-R Model
        • Degree of a Relationship
        • Cardinalities in Relationships
        • Naming and Defining Relationships
        • Associative Entities
        • Summary of Conceptual Data Modeling with E-R Diagrams
      • Representing Supertypes and Subtypes
      • Business Rules
        • Domains
        • Triggering Operations
      • Role of Packaged Conceptual Data Models: Database Patterns
        • Universal Data Models
        • Industry-Specific Data Models
        • Benefits of Database Patterns and Packaged Data Models
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Conceptual Data Modeling
        • Conceptual Data Modeling for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • Appendix: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design: Object Modeling—Class Diagrams
        • Learning Objectives
        • Introduction
        • Representing Objects and Classes
        • Types of Operations
        • Representing Associations
        • Representing Associative Classes
        • Representing Stereotypes for Attributes
        • Representing Generalization
        • Representing Aggregation
        • An Example of Conceptual Data Modeling at Hoosier Burger
        • Summary
        • Key Terms
        • Review Questions
        • Problems and Exercises
        • References
        • BEC CASE: STRUCTURING SYSTEM DATA REQUIREMENTS
          • Case Questions
  • PART FOUR Design
    • AN OVERVIEW OF PART FOUR
    • 9 Designing Databases
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Database Design
        • The Process of Database Design
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
        • The Relational Database Model
        • Well-Structured Relations
      • Normalization
        • Rules of Normalization
        • Functional Dependence and Primary Keys
        • Second Normal Form
        • Third Normal Form
      • Transforming E-R Diagrams into Relations
        • Represent Entities
        • Represent Relationships
        • Summary of Transforming E-R Diagrams to Relations
      • Merging Relations
        • An Example of Merging Relations
        • View Integration Problems
      • Logical Database Design for Hoosier Burger
      • Physical File and Database Design
        • Designing Fields
        • Choosing Data Types
        • Controlling Data Integrity
        • Designing Physical Tables
        • Arranging Table Rows
        • Designing Controls for Files
      • Physical Database Design for Hoosier Burger
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Designing Databases
        • Designing Databases for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: DESIGNING DATABASES
        • Case Questions
    • 10 Designing Forms and Reports
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Designing Forms and Reports
        • The Process of Designing Forms and Reports
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Formatting Forms and Reports
        • General Formatting Guidelines
        • Highlighting Information
        • Color versus No Color
        • Displaying Text
        • Designing Tables and Lists
        • Paper versus Electronic Reports
      • Assessing Usability
        • Usability Success Factors
        • Measures of Usability
      • Electronic Commerce Applications: Designing Forms and Reports for Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
        • General Guidelines
        • Designing Forms and Reports at Pine Valley Furniture
        • Lightweight Graphics
        • Forms and Data Integrity Rules
        • Stylesheet-Based HTML
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: DESIGNING FORMS AND REPORTS
        • Case Questions
    • 11 Designing Interfaces and Dialogues
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Designing Interfaces and Dialogues
        • The Process of Designing Interfaces and Dialogues
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Interaction Methods and Devices
        • Methods of Interacting
        • Hardware Options for System Interaction
      • Designing Interfaces
        • Designing Layouts
        • Structuring Data Entry
        • Controlling Data Input
        • Providing Feedback
        • Providing Help
      • Designing Dialogues
        • Designing the Dialogue Sequence
        • Building Prototypes and Assessing Usability
      • Designing Interfaces and Dialogues in Graphical Environments
        • Graphical Interface Design Issues
        • Dialogue Design Issues in a Graphical Environment
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Designing Interfaces and Dialogues for Pine Valley Furniture's WebS
        • General Guidelines
        • Designing Interfaces and Dialogues at Pine Valley Furniture
        • Menu-Driven Navigation with Cookie Crumbs
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: DESIGNING INTERFACES AND DIALOGUES
        • Case Questions
    • 12 Designing Distributed and Internet Systems
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Designing Distributed and Internet Systems
        • The Process of Designing Distributed and Internet Systems
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Designing LAN and Client/Server Systems
        • Designing Systems for LANs
        • Designing Systems for a Client/Server Architecture
      • Cloud Computing
        • What Is Cloud Computing?
        • Managing the Cloud
        • Service-Oriented Architecture
        • Web Services
      • Designing Internet Systems
        • Internet Design Fundamentals
        • Site Consistency
        • Design Issues Related to Site Management
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Designing a Distributed Advertisement Server for Pine Valley Furnit
        • Advertising on Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
        • Designing the Advertising Component
        • Designing the Management Reporting Component
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: DESIGNING DISTRIBUTED AND INTERNET SYSTEMS
        • Case Questions
  • PART FIVE Implementation and Maintenance
    • AN OVERVIEW OF PART FIVE
    • 13 System Implementation
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • System Implementation
        • Coding, Testing, and Installation Processes
        • Deliverables and Outcomes from Coding, Testing, and Installation
        • Deliverables and Outcomes from Documenting the System, Training Users, and Supporting Users
      • Software Application Testing
        • Seven Different Types of Tests
        • The Testing Process
        • Combining Coding and Testing
        • Acceptance Testing by Users
      • Installation
        • Direct Installation
        • Parallel Installation
        • Single-Location Installation
        • Phased Installation
        • Planning Installation
      • Documenting the System
        • User Documentation
      • Training and Supporting Users
        • Training Information Systems Users
        • Supporting Information Systems Users
      • Organizational Issues in Systems Implementation
        • Why Implementation Sometimes Fails
        • Security Issues
      • Electronic Commerce Application: System Implementation and Operation for Pine Valley Furniture's Web
        • Developing Test Cases for the WebStore
        • Alpha and Beta Testing the WebStore
        • WebStore Installation
      • Project Closedown
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
      • BEC CASE: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION
        • Case Questions
    • 14 Maintaining Information Systems
      • Learning Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Maintaining Information Systems
        • The Process of Maintaining Information Systems
        • Deliverables and Outcomes
      • Conducting Systems Maintenance
        • Types of Maintenance
        • The Cost of Maintenance
        • Managing Maintenance
        • Role of Automated Development Tools in Maintenance
      • Website Maintenance
      • Electronic Commerce Application: Maintaining an Information System for Pine Valley Furniture's WebSt
        • Maintaining Pine Valley Furniture's WebStore
        • Cannot Find Server
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Problems and Exercises
      • Field Exercises
      • References
  • GLOSSARY OF TERMS
  • GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS
  • INDEX
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • M
    • N
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    • P
    • Q
    • R
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