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The complete guide to requirements analysis for every system analyst and project team member.
Thousands of software projects are doomed from the start because they're based on a faulty understanding of the business problem that must be solved. The solution is effective requirements analysis. In Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture, David C. Hay gives you a comprehensive overview of the world's best requirements analysis practices, organized coherently to help you choose and execute the best approach for every project. In addition, he guides you through the process of defining an architecturefrom gaining a full understanding of what business people need to the creation of a complete enterprise architecture.
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Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture provides the complete process of defining an architectureso that you can build a rock-solid foundation for your next software project.
David C. Hay has been developing interactive, database-oriented systems since the days of punched cards, paper tape, and teletype machines. He is president of Essential Strategies, Inc., a Houston, Texas-based worldwide consultancy that uses modeling techniques to help construct information strategies and architectures, and defines requirements in a wide range of organizations, including pharmaceutical researchers, news-gathering and broadcasting firms, oil refiners, and government agencies.
While the text was purchased to supplement other college texts, I found it to be very useful and helpful for those interested in the field of Business Systems Analysis or a similar... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Myrna D. Pair
OOA is some "super magic" that uml people found it for commercial reasons.As Mr.Hay mentions there is no OOA.there is only "analysis" of the bussiness. Read morePublished on August 28, 2005 by Rifat Erdem Sahin
'Rather than reviewing requirement analysis from the perspective of a particular implementation of technology, this book views it as fundamentally an architecture process. Read morePublished on April 16, 2003 by Jj Pieterse
I had a good book on OO analysis and the UML, but though it weak on data modeling and business rules. So I went looking... Read morePublished on March 19, 2003
The author Dave Hay has written a book that should be read by any one doing requirements engineering. Read morePublished on February 2, 2003 by Gary Michael Zimmer