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Systems and Computer Engineering (SYSC)

Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

SYSC 3100 [0.5 credit]

Systems Analysis and Design

Creating requirements specifications prior to designing and implementing complex software systems. Software development lifecycles, role of requirements analysis; functional decomposition, dataflow modeling; database modeling, entity-relationship diagrams; finite state machines; object-oriented analysis; use cases, use case maps; project management; introduction to software design. Prerequisite: SYSC 2004 or SYSC 2100.
Lectures three hours a week, laboratory/problem analysis two hours a week.

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