Developing Web Information Systems

  • ID: 1759549
  • Book
  • 274 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Developing Web Information Systems brings together traditional system development methods that have been taught for many years on information systems and computer science courses with web/e-commerce development. It is the first book to bring together IS development and the web applications in a thorough and systematic way. There is a running case study that illustrates web IS development from start to finish. The case is easy to understand (a theatre) and results in a working web application. Most, if not all, analysis and design texts fall short of making that step into software.

The book draws heavily on practical experiences of web-based IS development resulting from commercial system development, so as well as appealing to students and academics, it will also interest practitioners. The coverage of data management and e-business strategy gives the book the broader scope essential for understanding IS development properly in an Internet context.

  • First book to bring together IS development and web applications thoroughly and systematically
  • Covers full development process from strategy, through analysis and design, to working software
  • Interactive case study which can be accessed on author's website
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Information System Development; Internet-Based Information Systems
Web IS Development Methodology
WISDM
E-Business Strategy
Systems Thinking; Soft Systems Methodology
IS modelling with UML
Designing for User Satisfaction
Information Analysis
Technical Design
Software System Construction
Web Information Management
Reflections on WISDM
Appendix A. Barchester Playhouse Case Study
Appendix B. Research Student Admissions Case Study
Appendix C. Internet Resources
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Vidgen, Richard
Richard Vidgen is Senior Lecturer in Information Systems in the School of Management at the University of Bath.He has fifteen years' industrial experience of information systems development and management. His research interests include IS development methods for the Internet, website quality, and e-business strategy. He is the author of Data Modelling for Information Systems (1996), and has published many book chapters and journal papers.
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