With newer technologies and consumer demands, information systems around the world are undergoing a major transformation. Through System Analysis and Design, the authors offer an in-depth view of these modern-day systems, right from the basic concepts of system structure to advanced discussions on construction, normalization, testing, implementation and management. It is a comprehensive book that caters to BCA/computer science students, detailing every aspect of system analysis and design. The chapters elaborately cover system structure, software development methodologies, feasibility and requirement analysis, and system planning.
The authors have conducted extensive research on tools and techniques used in developing information systems, including flow charts, data flow diagrams and HIPO charts. Elaborating on database fundamentals, system design modules, concept on normalization, and white-box/black-box testing, this book, System Analysis and Design is one of its kinds. It arms learners with state-of-the-art technology of system design, thus preparing them for a productive industry experience.
To make the book interesting and rich, the authors have supplemented elaborate topics with neat illustrations and review exercises for better, self-paced learning. With its resourceful collection of previous years’ university question papers, the book is a great reference work for course study as well as for getting a real-life experience of competitive exams.