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Suggested Format For the Documentation Systems Analysis and Design

Title Page

Abstract / Rationale

Approval Sheet

Acknowledgement

Dedication

Table of Contents

Lists of Tables

List of Figures

Chapter I: The problem and Its Background

1. Introduction

2. Background of the study – what is the problem? Why is it a problem? How to solve it?

3. Conceptual and Theoretical Framework – IPO Chart

4. Statement of the problem – problems encountered when conducting the research / study

5. Objectives of the study – answer the statement of the problem

6. Significance of the study – how important is your project?

7. Scope and Delimitations – coverage of the study / limitations or boundaries of the study

Chapter II RELATED STUDIES AND LITERATURES

1. Related Studies – at least 5 studies for each categories

1. Local

2. Foreign

2. Related Literature

1. Local

2. Foreign

3. Synthesis

CHAPTER III DESIGN AND METHODOLOGIES

1. Systems Development Life Cycle and Methodologies

1. Description and Phases Used

(e.g Waterfall Model, Spiral Life Cycle, Prototyping, Joint Application Design, Rapid Application Development, Other Alternatives)

2. Systems Development Project

2.1 Project Initiation

2.2 Determining Project Feasibility

2.3 Activity Planning and Control

2.4 Project Scheduling

2.5 Managing Systems Analysis Team Members

3. Requirements Gathering and Analysis

3.1 Sampling and Investigating Hard Data

3.2 Interviewing

3.3 Using Questionnaires

3.4 Observing Decision-maker Behavior and the Office Environment

3.5 Cause and Effect Analysis

3.6 Tools for Analysis and Requirements Documentation

3.7 Considering Alternative Tools

4. Logical Design

(Review and application of concepts from previous courses on HCI and Databases)

4.1 Designing Effective Output (Reports)

4.2 Designing Effective Input (Forms)

4.3 Designing Databases

4.4 Designing the User Interfaces

4.5 Designing Accurate Data – Entry Procedures

5. Physical Design

5.1 Designing Databases

5.2 Designing the Internal Program

5.3 Designing the Processes

6. Systems Implementation

6.1 Coding

6.2 Testing

6.3 Installation and Configuration

6.4 Documenting the System, Training, and Supporting Users

6.5 Strategies aimed at making computer installation more profitable (Outsourcing, Insourcing, Downsizing)

6.6 Strategies when deciding what to do with efficient old systems

7. Maintaining Information Systems

8. Cost Benefit Analysis

CHAPTER IV PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

CHAPTER V SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATION

1. Summary

2. Conclusion

3. Recommendation

Bibliography/References

Appendices

Appendix 1: Source Code

Appendix 2: Screen Layout / Prototype

Appendix 3: Survey Results

Appendix 4: _______

Curriculum Vitae

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