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2 Welcome to CMPE003 Personal Computers: Hardware and Software Dr. Chane Fullmer Fall 2002 UC Santa Cruz

3 November 20, Class Information Review for Midterm #3 Monday November 25 Don’t miss it for best results No Chapter 17 on Midterm #3 No class meeting Wednesday, 11/27 Friday, Chapter 16 – last lecture Last section is Tuesday, 11/26

4 November 20, Assignments Assignment #6 – The Last One Due November 22, 2002 This Friday…don’t be late.. Using Spreadsheets – (M$ Excel) Generate a personal monthly budget spreadsheet Must printout in color if you use color for the conditional in part #10

5 November 20, Final Project Due by December 3 rd, at beginning of final period May be turned in earlier Power Point Presentation Min 4 pages – Max 6 30% of grade based on your creativity If you add animation or other special effects, include a floppy/CD with your printout

6 Systems Analysis and Design: The Big Picture Chapter 15

7 November 20, Objectives Define the terms system, analysis, and design Describe the principal functions of the systems analyst List and describe the phases of the systems development life cycle Describe the various data gathering and analysis tools Describe a selection of systems design tools Explain the concept of prototyping Explain the role of the maintenance task in the systems development life cycle

8 November 20, Systems Analysis and Design What is it? System organized set of related components established to accomplish certain task Natural Systems Cardiovascular system Planned and placed by people Water system Computer system A system that has computers as one of its components

9 November 20, Systems Analysis and Design What is it? Systems analysis Process of studying an existing system to determine how it works and how it meets user needs Systems design Process of developing a plan for an improved system, based upon the results of the systems analysis

10 November 20, Systems Analysis and Design Why do it? Impetus for change Internal force External force Authority for change Approval of higher management

11 November 20, Systems Analyst Professional computer employee who performs analysis and design Change agent Overcome reluctance of users to change Typical career path Programmer Programmer / Analyst Systems Analyst

12 November 20, Systems Analyst Functions Coordination Schedules and system-related tasks Personnel Manager Programmers Users Vendors of computer equipment Mail room employees Contractors

13 November 20, Systems Analyst Functions Communication Oral presentations Written documentation Planning and design Plans and designs the new system Involved from beginning of project through final implementation of the system

14 November 20, SDLC Systems Development Life Cycle Preliminary investigation Analysis Design Development Implementation

15 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Investigation Feasibility study / System survey Determine the problem Describe the problem Understand management decisions Organizational chart Informal hierarchy Produces rough plan and what to do

16 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Investigation Problem Definition Nature of the problem Separate problem from symptoms of problem Scope of the project Establish boundaries.. Budget and schedule Objectives of the project What user thinks system should do

17 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Investigation Report What you have found Recommendations Financially feasible

18 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Investigation Resulting Management Decision Drop Fix a simple problem Authorize the analysis phase

19 November 20, SDLC Analysis Understand the existing system Gather data Analyze data Establish system requirements

20 November 20, SDLC Analysis – Data Gathering Written documents Interviews Structured Unstructured Questionnaires Observation Visits by appointment Participant observation Sampling

21 November 20, SDLC Analysis – Analyze Data How the current system works Determine system requirements Basis for documentation Tools Data flow diagram (DFD) Decision tables

22 November 20, SDLC Analysis – Data Flow Diagram

23 November 20, SDLC Analysis –Decision Tables

24 November 20, SDLC Analysis – System Requirements Detailed list of things the system must be able to do Design is based upon system requirements Agreement upon requirements is needed before proceeding

25 November 20, SDLC Analysis – Report to Management Summarize problems Describe requirements Cost analysis Recommendations for next step Obtain authorization to proceed

26 November 20, SDLC Design Planning the new system Two phases Preliminary design Detail design

27 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design Major system aspects Centralized or distributed Online or batch PC-based? How will input be captured? Necessary reports

28 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design Make or buy decision Packaged software Meet at least 75% of requirements? Change business procedures for part or all of remainder? Customize for part of all of remainder? Custom software Programmers write code Outsourcing System is developed by external organization

29 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design Create an overall plan Offer alternatives that meet requirements Explain differences Evaluate costs

30 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design Build a prototype Limited working system of subset Does not need true functionality Output looks like anticipated system output Working model that can be modified and fine-tuned Uses high-level software tools – CASE Best for small-scale systems

31 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design CASE tools Computer-Aided Software Engineering Supports specific analysis and design tasks Integrated environment that supports the entire systems development process

32 November 20, SDLC Preliminary Design Presentation All alternatives Selected plan Prototype of the system Obtain authorization to proceed

33 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Parts of detail design phase Output requirements Input requirements Files and databases Systems processing Systems controls and backup

34 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Output requirements Medium Type of reports Contents

35 November 20, SDLC Detail Design

36 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Input requirements Medium Content Input forms Validation Volume

37 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Files and Databases Organization Access Format of records Coordinate with database administrator regarding external databases and updating

38 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Flowchart Symbols

39 November 20, SDLC Detail Design

40 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Systems Controls and Backup Insure that input is processed correctly Prevent fraud and tampering System journals Backup of system files

41 November 20, SDLC Detail Design Report to Management Detailed design specifications report Presentation Obtain authorization to proceed

42 November 20, SDLC Development Doing the work to bring the new system into being Scheduling

43 November 20, SDLC Development Programming Refine the design Detailed logic flowcharts and pseudocode Testing Unit testing System testing Volume testing

44 November 20, SDLC Implementation Converting to the new system Training Equipment conversion File conversion System conversion Auditing Evaluation Maintenance

45 November 20, SDLC Implementation – Training Begin during testing User’s manual (Technical Writers) Hands-on Training consideration Space Equipment Data User’s schedules

46 November 20, SDLC Implementation – Conversion Equipment Planning Installation of new equipment File Manual to electronic Special programs to convert old format to new

47 November 20, SDLC Implementation – Conversion System Direct conversion Phased conversion Pilot conversion Parallel conversion

48 November 20, SDLC Implementation –Auditing Audit trail Trace output back to source

49 November 20, SDLC Implementation – Evaluation Working? Meets original requirements? Benefits Meets budget Improvements

50 November 20, SDLC Implementation – Maintenance Ongoing activity for life of system

51 November 20,


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