A Comparative Examination of Systems Analysis Techniques.

  • Colter M
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Though many analysis tools and techniques are available to systems professionals, none of them completely support the analysts process. Traditional techniques tend to clarify input and output detail, along with physical reformation flows. More current techniques tend to concentrate on considerations of system structure. This paper presents a set of dimensions which support the comparative examination of analysts methods. A number of methods are compared to clarify their similarities and differences. The comparison technique supports professionals in the combination of tools to ensure complete analysis products. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Author-supplied keywords

  • Analysis techniques
  • COMPUTER systems
  • DATA flow computing
  • ELECTRONIC data processing
  • ELECTRONIC systems
  • INFORMATION resources management
  • SADT (System analysis)
  • SYSTEM analysis
  • SYSTEMS design
  • SYSTEMS development
  • structured analysis
  • traditional analysis

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  • Mel A Colter

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