LIS 505 - Systems analysis
Combinations of components working together.
Analysis and design of systems,
including development and implementation of applications.
Analysis of information systems
with a view to designing or modifying them
to meet user needs.
Charts that show an organization's structure
or the relationships of people and positions.
Charts used to describe how data flows between processes in a system.
Tables representing actions
and their associations with combinations of conditions.
Working models used for demonstration or testing,
or to secure financing for complete versions.
Digital Media Knowlege Base.
Short for computer aided software engineering.
Use of software tools to automate, manage, and simplify
for summarizing requirements,
developing flow diagrams,
scheduling development tasks,
A type of chart
with a horizontal axis representing time
and a vertical axis representing tasks that make up a project,
and horizontal bars representing time spans of the tasks.
Testing a single application
without testing how well it works with other applications.
where a system is tested as a whole,
using a small amount of data,
where a system is tested as a whole
using a large amount of data.
Changing files from one format to another.
Systems that remain in use after the installation of more modern technology.
Records showing who has accessed a computer system
and what operations they have performed.
Last updated October 29, 2002.
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Prof. Tim Craven
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Faculty of Information and Media Studies
University of Western
Canada, N6A 5B7