A proposal for a computer-based information system to support the Portuguese Air Force War College (IAEFA).
Mascarenhas, João Alberto Mendes
Spencer, Michael P.
McGonigal, Richard A.
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This thesis applies IBM's Business Systems Planning (BSP) methodology to the design of an information system architecture for the Portuguese Air Force War College (IAEFA) . The current manual system is described identifying each organizational group and the functions each perform. The BSP methodology is also defined including its background, underlying concepts and potential benefits. The BSP methodology is applied to the Portuguese Air Force War College (IAEFA) resulting in a list of data classes, a process/data class matrix and an information flow diagram.
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