At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||At the end of the class, students should be able to - Understand the major concepts of information system - Identify data which are required to be managed in an information system so as to transform them into relevant information - Decompose a project for an information system into applications, phases, and functions - Structure in time and space the phases of an information system - Assign the phases of the information system to organisational units depending on the goals of the information system|
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The course follows a model-based approach for designing management information systems where conceptual models are devised for various aspects of the systems, as follows:
- A domain model is expressed as a UML V2.5 Class diagram, with attributes, methods, and relationships.
- A function static model expresses the static structuring of functions: a project is decomposed into applications, which are decomposed into phases and functions.
- A function dynamic model expresses the dynamic aspects of functions; the model expresses the ordering in time and space of phases.
- A flow diagram expresses how phases are physically distributed against organizational cells.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The evaluation associated to this course consists of a multiple-choice questionnaire related to the four models of the course: class diagram, static diagram, dynamic diagram, and dataflow diagram. The questionnaire will be administrated via an on-line system (20 points).
Francois Bodart, Yves Pigneur, Conception assistée des systèmes d'information - Méthode, modèles, outils, Eyrolles, Paris.
- LLSMG2008 Informatique de gestion - Slides
Based on this continuous evaluation, the course score will consist of the score given to this course assignment, whose deadline is the last course.