Data Flow Diagrams versus Use Cases - Student Reactions

@inproceedings{Nelson2004DataFD,
  title={Data Flow Diagrams versus Use Cases - Student Reactions},
  author={Robert Nelson and Ido Millet},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2004}
}
Data Flow Diagrams and Use Cases are two popular methodologies in teaching as well as in practice. We recently used both methodologies in teaching four sections of our required Systems Analysis course. Questionnaire results indicate that students prefer Data Flow Diagrams. 

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