Systems Analysis and Design with UML, 4/e (IE-Paperback)
David P. Tegarden
•Written in UML: The text takes a contemporary, object-oriented approach using UML.
•Focus on doing SAD: The text builds on the applied approach of Dennis & Wixom's best-selling SAD text. After presenting the how and what of each major technique, the text guides students through practice problems and then invites them to use the technique in a project.
•Rich examples of both success and failure: Concepts in Action boxes describe how real companies succeeded and failed in performing the activities in the chapters.
•Project approach: Each chapter focuses on a different step in the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process. Topics are presented in the order in which they are encountered in a typical project.
•Outstanding author team: Dennis and Wixom draw on their experience as professional systems analysts. Co-author, David Tegarden, an OO expert, has worked with OO for over a decade and is a recognized OO expert in the IS community.
•A running case: This case threaded throughout the text helps students apply each concept they have learned.
New to this edition
•Added brief examples, new figures, and more explanation to many chapters to help students learn some of the more difficult concepts.
•Expanded the CD Selections case to be more complete, and moved it online (freely accessible at the companion website.) At the end of each chapter in the text, a very short synopsis of the case is now provided.
•Added more basic coverage of object oriented systems to chapter 1 by incorporating the prior edition’s appendix on “Basic Characteristics of Object-Oriented Systems”.
•Greatly increased the coverage of the so-called agile approaches to systems development,
•Thoroughly rewrote the project management material to reflect more of an object-oriented flavor. (Net present value and return on investment, break-even point, work breakdown structures, Gantt charts, network diagrams and PERT analysis are all still included.)
•Increased the focus on business processes by reorganizing and expanding the functional modeling material.
•Rewrote the analysis modeling chapter to be more tightly coupled, especially with regard to the idea of iterative and incremental development.
•Expanded coverage of non-functional requirements throughout the design modeling chapters.
•Expanded material that addresses global concerns including a new section on international and cultural issues with regard to user interface design and expanded coverage of cultural issues with regards to construction and the installation and operations of information systems.
•Updated coverage to address NoSQL data stores, mobile computing, social media, cloud computing, and green IT in the design modeling chapters.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design
Chapter 2 Project Management
PART ONE ANALYSIS MODELING
Chapter 3 Requirements Determination
Chapter 4 Business Process and Functional Modeling
Chapter 5 Structural Modeling
Chapter 6 Behavioral Modeling
PART TWO DESIGN
Chapter 7 System Design
Chapter 8 Class and Method Design
Chapter 9 Data Base Design
Chapter 10 User Interface Design
Chapter 11 Architecture
PART THREE IMPLEMENTATION
Chapter 12 Development
Chapter 13 Installation