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Systems Analysis Ch5

Chapter 5

What is a JAD? A more comprehensive application of the JRP techniques to the entire systems development process.
What is the difference between a goal and an objective? A goal might say "I want to loose weight." an objective says I want to loose 15 pounds.
Information systems analysis is defined as those development phases in a project that primarily focus on the business problem, independent of any technology that can or will be used to implement a solution to that problem True
Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs) can only be used to depict proposed new processes in a system, along with their inputs, outputs and files. True
The purpose of a context diagram is to analyze how the system interacts with the world around it. True
The four classic phases are: Project Initiation, System Analysis, System Design, System Implementation
The first FAST phase is the problem analysis phase. False, The first phase is the scope definition phase.
Constraints fall into four categories. They are: schedule; cost; technology; and policy
The requirements analysis phase answers the question, "What do the users need and want from a new system?" True
The study of a current business and information system application and the definition of user requirements and priorities for a new or improved information system is part of which phase? problem analysis phase
____________________________ is a complementary problem solving technique to systems analysis that reassembles a system's component pieces into a (hopefully improved) complete system. Systems Design
The _________________________________________looks at the question "Is this project work looking at?" scope definition phase
The _____________________________phase is best described by the statement, "Don't try to fix it unless you understand it." problem analysis
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