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تحليل وتصميم النظم

 
  

Course Description

The course covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, and tools essential for system analysts to successfully develop information systems.

Course Objectives

            • Describe the different types of Information Systems

            • Describe the information systems development life cycle (SDLC)

            • Discuss the analytical, technical, management, and interpersonal skill of a system analyst

            • Discuss the process of managing an information systems project

            • Discuss the Gantt and PERT charts

            • Describe the role of CASE tools and how they are used to support activities of SDLC

            • Describe the project identification and selection process

            • Describe the steps involved in the project initiation and planning process

            • Describe the various methods for assessing project feasibility

            • Discuss the system requirements determination methods

            • Understanding the logical modeling of processes by studying Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs)

            • Understand the use of Structured English, Decision Trees and Decision Tables for representing the steps in logical processes in Data Flow Diagrams

            • Understand the role of conceptual data modeling in overall analysis and design on information system

            • Drawing Entity-Relationship (E-R) diagram to represent common business solutions

            • Explain the role of designing databases in the analysis and design of an information system

            • Explain the process of designing forms and reports and the deliverables for their creation

 

Attendance Policy

All students must have a minimum of 75% attendance, failing which may result in debarring from the course.  

Teaching Methods

Theory Lecture classes

Required Textbook

Modern System Analysis & Design, 3rd edition,

Jefferey A. Hoffer, Joey F. George, Joseph S. Valacich, Prentice Hall Publications

Course Contents:

TOPICS

WEEK

Define Information System Analysis & Design;

Components of Information System – Data, Data Flow, Processing Logic; Process-oriented and data-oriented approach, Types of Information Systems, Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

1

Skills of System Analyst – Analytical, Technical, Management, Interpersonal; Definition of system and its parts; Important system components-open & closed system, modularity, coupling, cohesion;

2

Project Manager, Project, Project Management Process – Initiation, Planning, Execution, Closing; PERT and Gantt Charts

3

Use of Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE), Components of CASE – Diagramming Tools, Form and Report Generator tools, Analysis Tools, Documentation and Code Generation Tools

4

Project Identification and Selection Process

Project Initiation and Project Planning

5

Assessing Project Feasibility – Economic, Technical, Operational, Schedule, Legal and contractual, Political; Tangible & Intangible Benefits and Costs

6

Determining System requirements – Interviewing & Listening, Questionnaires, Observing users, Analyzing procedures and documents; Joint Application Design (JAD), Major Exam I

7

Process Modeling: Data Flow Diagrams (DFD) – Definitions and symbols, Rules, Decomposition, Balancing

8

Data Flow Diagrams (DFD) – Decomposition, Balancing

9

Logic Modeling: Structured English, Decision Tables, Decision Trees, Comparison

10

Conceptual Data Modeling: E-R Modeling – entities, attributes, relationships, candidate keys, identifiers

11

Conceptual Data Modeling: Relationships – Degree, cardinalities, naming and defining; associative entities, subtypes and supertypes

12

Designing Databases: Relational Database Model

13

Designing and Formatting forms and reports, Major Exam II

14

Revision

15&16


 

Download Lectures:

chapter01.ppt

chapter02.ppt

chapter03.ppt

chapter04.ppt

chapter05.ppt

chapter06.ppt

chapter07.ppt

chapter08.ppt

chapter09.ppt

chapter10.ppt

chapter11.ppt

chapter12.ppt

Question and Answers

 Chapter 1 and 2    MCQ Chapter 1
  MCQ Chapter 2

 Chapter 3 and 4 

  MCQ Chapter 3
  MCQ Chapter 4
 Chapter 5 and 6    MCQ Chapter 5
  MCQ Chapter 6
 Chapter 7 and 8     MCQ Chapter 7
  MCQ Chapter 8
 Chapter 9 and 10   MCQ Chapter 9
  MCQ Chapter 10
 

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