System Design Quality and Efficiency of System Analysts: An Automated CASE Tool Versus a Manual Method
College of Computing, Engineering & Construction
Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences (MS)
Dr. F. Layne Wallace
Dr. Susan R. Wallace
Dr. Judith L. Solano
The purpose of the current research study is to find out if CASE tools help to increase the software design quality and efficiency of system analysts and designers when they modify a system design document. Results of the experimental data analysis show that only the experience level of subjects had an effect on quality of their work. Results indicated that the design methods, either CASE tools or manual, do not have a significant effect on quality of the modification task nor the efficiency of system analysts and designers.
Sugishita, Satomi H., "System Design Quality and Efficiency of System Analysts: An Automated CASE Tool Versus a Manual Method" (1992). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 75.