Systems Analysis and Design Methods
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Systems Analysis and Design Methods

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Today's students want to practice the application of concepts. As with the previous editions of this book, the authors write to balance the coverage of concepts, tools, techniques, and their applications, and to provide the most examples of system analysis and design deliverables available in any book. The textbook also serves the reader as a professional reference for bes...more
Hardcover, 768 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Irwin/McGraw-Hill (first published 1000)
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As with some other posts on this shelf, I have not read the entire volume. In this case, only selected chapters were included in the special edition made for the Drexel class.

This was a much more technical, and therefore challenging and interesting, book than the Experiencing MIS text for the first half of class. Again, the authors know they are writing a textbook and address the students as such. Again, the target student bady does not match with the cadre in an MLIS class - this text is aimed...more
James Fearn
Have electronic version too
Borrowed from the Kresge professional development collection and skimmed for useful content for LIS490TEL's week on systems analysis and design. My impression is that this is intended to be a textbook for BBA/MBA students, and while I can't pass judgement on its efficacy for that purpose, it certainly provided more than enough depth and breadth of content to apply to my little class.

I'm hoping that coming at this content from a business perspective - rather than the often extremely messy framewo...more
I had to read this for school and I read the whole thing so I'm counting it on my list of what I read for the year. But I do not recommend it.
Advice to college students: Buy this Indian Edition and save hundreds on the cover price. Very technically boring stuff here.
Christina Maya
Jun 22, 2007 Christina Maya rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: mahasiswa TI
Shelves: teknikindustri
uhmm, my friend, Febri, just brought that to office. And since Feb 2007, i just read 10 pages of all..
Nice try for me! =D
Carl McKever
The textbook was very great and detailed regarding the SDLC and PMLC cycles. Enjoyed studying this book for my class.
Bushra GM
I think this is The Book , Great one :) a lot of Methodolgies and Methods to design your Projects
Mike Daigle
I learned that I know way too little about systems analysis and design methods. Ugh!
Terri Jones
Fundamentals of Business Systems Development course at University of Phoenix.
Includes lots of methodologies and methods to design your projects.
grad school textbook - no rating/review
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