MACIASZEK, L.A. (2007): Requirements Analysis and System Design, 3 ed., Addison Wesley, Harlow England, 642p. (ISBN 978-0-321-44036-5)
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- about the book (containing basic information, table of contents, and a sample chapter)
- readers area (containing lecture slides, UML model files, assignments/projects, etc.)
- password-protected instructors area
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