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Chapter 5 Textbook notes BUS 362

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Simon Fraser University
Business Administration
BUS 362
Landon Kleis

BUS362:B USINESS P ROCESS A NALYSIS Systems Analysis and Design –Chapter 5: Process Modeling PROCESS MODEL A graphical way of representing how a business system should operate DATA FLOW DIAGRAM (DFD) A technique that diagrams the business processes and the data that pass among them LOGICAL PROCESS MODELS Describe processes without suggesting how they areconducted PHYSICAL MODELS Provide information that is ultimately needed to build the system PROCESS An activity or function that is performed for some specific business reason. They are named starting with a verb and ending with a noun. DATA FLOW A single piece of data or a logical collection of several pieces of information DATA STORE A collection of data that is stored in some way EXTERNAL ENTITY A person, organization, organizational unit, or system that is external to the system but interacts with it CONTEXT DIAGRAM Shows the entire system in context with its environment LEVEL 0 DIAGRAM Shows all processes at
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