Business-Oriented Data Modelling: A Business-Oriented Approach to Entity-Relationship Modelling



Speaker: Alec Sharp

Data modelling was originally developed as a tool for improving database design, but has become a fundamental requirements definition technique for all business analysts, whether they are primarily concerned with data structures, application logic, user interface behavior, or business processes.

Data modelling is critical to the design of quality databases, but is also essential to other requirements specification techniques such as workflow modelling, use cases, and service definition because it ensures a common understanding of the things – the entities – that processes and applications deal with.This workshop introduces entity-relationship modelling from a non-technical perspective, and explores contextual, conceptual, and detailed modelling techniques that maximise user involvement.

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