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Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture

Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture
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Author: David C. Hay
Hardcover: 496 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0130282286

Thousands of software projects are doomed because they're based on a faulty understanding of the business problem that needs to be solved. Requirements Analysis: From Business Views to Architecture is the solution. David C. Hay brings together the world's best requirements analysis practices from two key viewpoints: system development life cycle and architectural framework. Hay teaches you the complete process of defining an architecture - from a full understanding of what business people need to the creation of a complete enterprise architecture.

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