Business Requirements Modelling


This subject introduces information system concepts, including their static and dynamic components. It describes how these concepts can be used to model information systems to correctly capture their structure and needs. It outlines how the ability to capture information about the system in ways understood by its eventual users improves the final quality of the system. The subject introduces various analysis approaches found in contemporary system development, including object-oriented methods and entity-relationship modelling, and describes the relationships between these techniques and their application.