Jr/Sr/Grad course (one or two terms) in systems analysis and design. Core course(s) for IS majors. Most texts cover SAD using the "traditional" structured approach (Dennis: SAD). The Object-Oriented models have been growing in importance and the market itself is growing.
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The most practical text on SAD–now available in UML!
Get in on the cutting edge of the exciting field of Systems Analysis and Design (SAD) with a book that not only teaches you the basic skills, but how to put them into practice. Adopting a UML object-oriented approach, three recognized SAD experts address the theory and the practice you need to excel in this dynamic and ever-growing field.
Each chapter in the text describes one par of the SAD process, with clear explanations of what it is and how to implement it, along with detailed examples and exercises designed to help you practice what you've learned. The overall focus is on the specific tasks analysis must perform during the course of a project, and the deliverables that will be produced.
Still focused on the SAD basics–and now completely object oriented–the book offers several outstanding features designed to help you become a successful systems analyst:
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