Requirements and analysis: where is the boundary if any?

Authors

  • Alejandro Oliveros Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Keywords:

system analysis, requirements engineering

Abstract

The concept of System Analysis was very common in the early stages of information systems. Different approaches to System Analysis share the goal of learning about the current system to establish the basis of the new system (Swanson, R., An introduction to Business Data Processing and Computer Programming, 1967). These approaches drove the development of software systems through a long period of time. The vision of the systems was driven by the goals and needs of understanding the functional side of the systems.

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Published

2005-08-01

How to Cite

Oliveros, A. (2005). Requirements and analysis: where is the boundary if any?. Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 5(02), p. 108. Retrieved from https://journal.info.unlp.edu.ar/JCST/article/view/875