This course builds upon the methodologies examined in Systems Analysis Methodologies by providing an emphasis on analysis tools – computer and non-computer supported. Emphasis is placed on when and how Microsoft® Visio® may be used for analysis.
Interaction Modeling Using Unified Modeling Language
Produce a system model using unified modeling language.
Analyze activity, sequence, and state diagrams.
Analyze the use of class, responsibility, and collaborator cards.
Produce process specifications.
Differentiate between decision tables and decision trees.
Produce data flow diagrams depicting data movement.
Produce a data dictionary.
Analyze an entity-relationship diagram.
Produce a functional decomposition diagram.
Analyze business process modeling.
Framework for Use of System Analysis Tools
Produce use cases for a business problem.
Compare systems analysis tools.
Identify organizational systems development methodologies.
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