IGNOU Assignment mca CS-05-TMA January 2007

CS-05: Elements of System Analysis and Design
Semester: I
Assignment Type : TMA
Last date: 15th April, 2007

This is a Tutor Marked Assignment. There are four questions in this assignment. Answer all questions. Each carries 2 marks. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance explanations.


Question 1: Discuss the methods of capturing and entering the input data. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? Which are utilized with batch systems and which with outline systems? [marks: 0]

Question 2: Discuss the concerns of the Analysts during the post-implementation review. Is this review important if the system has been properly implemented and favorably received by the users? [marks: 0]

Question 3: The concern about the quality of the software is sometimes referred to as a ?software crisis?. Elaborate on the meaning of the phrase and comment on the available approaches and practices to cope with the issue. [marks: 0]

Question 4: What are the ingredients that go into the making of a feasibility document? Describe the relative importance of each of these in reading a final decision of whether to go ahead with a systems development. [marks: 0]

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