The learning material includes…
- Define systems modeling and differentiate between logical and physical system models.
- Define process modeling and explain its benefits.
- Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of a process model.
- Read and interpret a data flow diagram.
- Explain when to construct process models and where to store them.
- Construct a context diagram to illustrate a system’s interfaces with its work environment.
- Identify use cases, external and temporal business events for a system.
- Perform event partitioning and organize events in a functional decomposition diagram.
- Draw event diagrams and merge those events into a system diagram.
- Draw primitive data flow diagrams and describe the elementary data flows and processes in terms of data tructures and procedural logic (Structured English and decision tables), respectively.
- Document the distribution of processes to locations.
- Synchronize data and process models using a CRUD matrix.
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