Systems analysis and design
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Systems Analysis and Design, an interdisciplinary part of science, may refer to:
- Systems analysis, a method of studying a system by examining its component parts and their interactions
- Structured data analysis (systems analysis), analysing the flow of information within an organization with data-flow diagrams
- Systems design, the process of defining the architecture, components, and data of a system to satisfy specified requirements
- Object-oriented analysis and design, an approach to analysis and design of an application, system, or business that emphasizes modularity and visual modeling
- Service-oriented analysis and design, a method of Service-oriented modeling to design business systems
- Structured analysis, methods in software engineering for converting specified requirements into software programs and hardware configurations
- Structured systems analysis and design method, a systems approach to the analysis and design of information systems
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