Data Modeling

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Modeling Aspects By Satish K Yellanki

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Why Modeling?
• Modeling is An Efficient And Effective
Way To Represent The Organization’s
Needs.
• It Provides Information in A Graphical
Way To The Members of An Organization
To Understand And Communicate The
Business Rules And Processes.
• Help in Exploring Ideas and Improve the
Understanding of the Database Design.

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Types of Modeling
• Business Modeling
• Data Modeling.
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Model Objective
• To Produce a Model
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• Business Process Modeling.
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• Process Flow Modeling.
• Data Flow Modeling.
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Business Process Modeling
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Process
Modeling
Analysis of Business Processes.





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• In Business Process Modeling, An
Organization’s
Functions
Are
Represented By Using BOXES And
ARROWS.
• Boxes
Represent
ACTIVITIES
And
Arrows Represent The INFORMATION
Associated With An ACTIVITY.
Types of Arrows:
• Input Arrow.
• Output Arrow.
• Mechanism Arrow.
• Control Arrow.
• The Business Process Modeling Starts
With A Context Diagram.

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• Context Diagram Provides A Brief
Overview About The Organization's
Activity.
• Context Diagram is Used To Understand
The Activities of An Organization in A
Detailed Manner.
• The Context Diagram is Decomposed
Into Many Sub Activity Diagrams.
• These Sub Activities Can Be Called As
Modules or Components in Real Tile
Implementation.
• Decomposition of Context Diagram is
Done in Process Flow Modeling And Data
Flow Diagrams.

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Control on The Process
(Rules, Regulations And Controls Imposed on The Process)

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Input To
The Process

Output From
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Mechanism on The Process
(Logic OR Operation That is Used To Get The Output)

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Problem Domain
• College OR University
Problem Area OR Module of Concentration
• Student
Admission
For
Foreign
University.
Solution OR Target
• Analyze The System Specific To The
Module
With
The
Following
Responsibilities.
• Process Inputs.
• Process Outputs.
• Process Controls.
• Process Mechanism.

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Outcome Expected
• The Required Object OR Entity Should...
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