Report on Information System

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Running head: INFORMATION SYSTEMInformation System[Name of the Student][Name of the University][Author note]
INFORMATION SYSTEM2Table of ContentsIntroduction:....................................................................................................................................4Discussion:.......................................................................................................................................5Extreme Programming:................................................................................................................5Steps involved in Extreme Programming (XP):......................................................................5Structured System Analysis and Design Method (SSADM):......................................................7Stages involved in SSADM:....................................................................................................7NIMSAD:..................................................................................................................................10Comparison between SSADM and Extreme Programming:.................................................10Problem Situation:.............................................................................................................10Intended problem solver:...................................................................................................11Problem solving processes:................................................................................................11Phase 1: Formulation of the problem.................................................................................12Stage 1: Understanding of the Situation of the Concern...............................................12Stage 2: Performing of the diagnosis:............................................................................12Stage 3: Definition of the progress outline:...................................................................12Stage 4: Definition of the Problem:...............................................................................13Stage 5: Derivation of the national system:...................................................................13Phase 2: Solutions for the design:......................................................................................13Stage 6: Logical design:.................................................................................................13
INFORMATION SYSTEM3Phase 3: Design implementation:......................................................................................13Stage 7: Implementation of the designs:........................................................................13Conclusion:....................................................................................................................................14References:....................................................................................................................................15
INFORMATION SYSTEM4Introduction:Extreme programming or XP refers to the process of an agile software developingframework which is aimed at production of a high quality software and a high quality of life forthe team members responsible for the development. XP has proven itself to be one of the verysuccessful agile process for many small as well as big industries. It becomes successful due tothe fact that it focuses on the matter of customer satisfaction (Ghani and Yasin 2013). SSADMor Structured System Analysis and Design Method refers to the widely-used computerapplication development which is often referred to as the essential requirement for the computingprojects of the government. A framework is provided in such a manner that the process ofmanaging the project is best suited by the SSADM as it divides the development of theapplications into various modules, stages, steps and tasks. A cascade or waterfall view of thesystem is provided by the SSADM(Abdelrahman 2015). NIMSAD is not a methodology but it isjust the ways of finding out what are the elements that are present in the framework and what aremethodologies that are addressed by the framework. NIMSAD helps in understanding of the areaof the problem and help in evaluating the methodologies along with their structures, steps, natureand many more. This report is going to discuss about the two methodologies that are involved inthe process of developing a software and along with this a comparison of this two methodologiesis also done by the use of the NIMSAD framework(Athar Liaqat and Azam 2016). NIMSAD orNormative Information Model-based System Analysis and Design refers to the framework that isused for the purpose of discussing each of the strength and the weakness of the methodologies bygoing through the problematic situations that is identifying the problem solver and what is theprocess of solving the problem.
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