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Information Systems

Analysis and Design of Information Systems

Summary

T1. Information Systems and Software Engineering

1.1. Socio-technical systems

1.2. IT projects and systems development

1.3. Systems analysis and requirements specification

1.4. SWEBoK and OMG reference models

2. Engineering and management of requirements

2.1. Requirements engineering process

2.2. Requirements elicitation

2.3. Requirements prioritization

2.4. Requirements negociation

2.5. Writing requirements

3. Systems modeling

3.1. OCL/UML/SysML/BPMN and BMM/BPDM/BABoK reference models

3.2. Requirements mapping and transformation (4SRS method)

4. Patterns and systems architecture

4.1. Architectural styles

4.2. Types and classification of patterns

4.3. Catalogs of patterns

4.4. Representation and refinement of systems architectures (recursice 4SRS method)

4.5. Enterprise architectures

4.6. SoaML/EAI, EABoK/TOGAF and Zachman reference models

Learning outcomes

To complete this curricular with success, students will have to be able to: (1) Explain the concepts and identify the typical problems related to the analysis and design of information systems; (2) Interpret and discuss alternative solutions for the typical problems related to the analysis and design of information systems; (3) Perform requirements engineering tasks and derivation of logical architectural models in information systems projects of medium complexity; (4) Organize scientific states of the art relative to current research topics of analysis and design of information systems.

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