Framing Business Setting and Systems Development Life Cycle within an Information Systems Course
Incorporating a practical and business setting into systems development life cycle theories and concepts
||Teaching, Business setting, Systems Development Life Cycle, Information Systems Course
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp.37-42.
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I have been with Webster University since year 2000. I received a BS from Italian Navel Academy in 1972, a BS and an MS in Computer Science from Oklahoma University in 1985 and 1987, and A Doctorate in Management from Webster University in 2000. I also took 18 credit hours in doctoral program in Computer Science in Oklahoma and Washington University. My field of interest was Artificial Intelligence and expert systems. Currently my field of interest is Decision Support and Data Mining and Warehousing in general and in particular is intelligent search algorithms. One of my work at Webster University is the development of the Graduate Certificate in Decision Support Systems.
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