Case*method SM: Function and Process Modelling

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Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated, 1992 - Business - Management - Mathematical models - 386 pages
This text includes an in-depth account of modelling business functions and a wealth of realistic examples illustrating function and process modelling in practice. It provides clear guidelines for when to use each technique and a comprehensive glossary of all important terms. Features Easy-to-learn techniques for modelling key business functions, processes, and events. A wealth of realistic examples illustrating function and process modelling in practice. Clear guidelines for when to use each technique. A comprehensive glossary of all important terms.

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Richard Barker is a main board director of ORACLE Corporation UK Limited and a Vice President of ORACLE Europe, responsible for the Oracle system development method, CASE Method, and the development of CASE and Application Package software using the ORACLE RDBMS. He established a training division to provide education in the use of Oracle products, methods and strategic thinking. He has lectured internationally on relational database technology, CASE, and systems development.
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