The Practical Guide to Structured Systems Design

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Yourdon Press, 1980 - Computer architecture - 354 pages
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This book contributes to the literature documenting the structured revolution in computer systems development. It is an introductory-level structured design text which integrates new concepts, bridges the gap between analysis and design, and defines structured disciplines. Features an extensive case study, depicting a compact system which serves to test reader comprehension.

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In its day, this was an excellent book for students to learn structured system design concepts and terms. It was used as a college text book. Read full review

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User Review  - norwayken - LibraryThing

In its day, this was an excellent book for students to learn structured system design concepts and terms. It was used as a college text book. Read full review

Contents

The Ideas Behind Structured Design
3
The Basics of Design
22
THE TOOLS OF STRUCTURED DESIGN
37
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