A Taxonomy of Current Approaches to Systems Analysis

@article{WoodHarper1982ATO,
  title={A Taxonomy of Current Approaches to Systems Analysis},
  author={Trevor Wood-Harper and Guy Fitzgerald},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  year={1982},
  volume={25},
  pages={12-16}
}
The discipline of systems analysis is still very young and in common with most other emerging disciplines it occasionally enters periods of radical self examination and re-thinking. The authors feel that we are in the midst of such a phase at present; new ideas abound, arguments rage, and the development of technology is a powerful impetus to the re-examination of ideas. The reason for the current turmoil in systems analysis is the emergence over the past few years of a number of new approaches… CONTINUE READING

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