UNIT-I

Introduction: System Concept and the need for system approach, Definition of system and system analysis, Factoring into subsystems, Black box system, Introduction to the basic elements of the system, Different types and behaviour of the system.

UNIT-II

The System Development Life Cycle and System Analyst: Source and inspiration of a new system development, Recognition and need, Linear approach and prototype approach, Different phases in SDLC, Role of System Analyst.


UNIT-III

System Analysis: Importance of planning and control, Information Gathering: Various Methods, Tools of Structured Analysis: DFD, Decision Tree, Structured English, Decision Tables, Data Dictionary, Feasibility study. System Design: The Process of Design: Logical and Physical design, Methodologies: Structured, Form-Driven, IPO Charts etc., Input Output Form Design, File Organization: Sequential Indexed, inverted list, Database Design, Logical and Physical View of Data.

UNIT-IV


System Implementation: Need of Testing, Test Plan, Quality Assurance, Trends in Testing, Audit Trail, Post Implementation Review, Project Scheduling, Selection of Hardware and Software

UNIT-V


Security and Recovery in System Development: System Security: Definition, Threats to system security, Control measures, Disaster/ Recovery Planning, Ethics in System Development. Case Study.


Recommended  books:
System Analysis and Design - E.M.Awad
System Analysis and Design  - Dennis Wixom

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