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Information Systems Requirements: Determination and Analysis Hardcover – 1 Jun 1992
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Information Systems Requirements: Determination and Analysis 2/E
provides an introduction to the area of information systems, forcusing
on the early stages of systems development. Tackling a variety of
topics at different levels, from activities needs to the different views of information, this text provides a solid basis for the study of information systems in organizations. Full of case studies and exercies, readers can assess their own progress and chart their development. This new edition contains much updated material and
features two new chapters covering the object-oriented approach and
the movement to standardization of systems development methods. In
addition, the important chapter on entity modelling has been totally
revised and expanded, and several recent approaches to requirements
engineering are described. The book continues to retain its interst in
the social factors that influence, and that are influenced by,
computer systems. There is a strong bias towards business, discussing
not only the theoretical aspects of information systems but also the
practical applications as well. Aimed at first and second year
undergraduates taking modules on information systems or information
systems analysis, the book will also be suitable to students taking
MSc conversion courses and MBAs. Special features: Emphasis on early
stages of system development; Coverage of object-oriented approach and
the movement to standardization of systems development methods;
Discussion of information systems success and failure; Description of
the organization and social contexts within which information systems
are commonly located; Discussion of power and critical systems
thinking. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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