The learning material includes…

  1. Define systems modeling and differentiate between logical and physical system models.
  2. Define process modeling and explain its benefits.
  3. Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of a process model.
  4. Read and interpret a data flow diagram.
  5. Explain when to construct process models and where to store them.
  6. Construct a context diagram to illustrate a system’s interfaces with its work environment.
  7. Identify use cases, external and temporal business events for a system.
  8. Perform event partitioning and organize events in a functional decomposition diagram.
  9. Draw event diagrams and merge those events into a system diagram.
  10. 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.
  11. Document the distribution of processes to locations.
  12. Synchronize data and process models using a CRUD matrix.

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