Systems-analysis meaning

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The definition of a systems analysis is a method of figuring out the basic elements of a project and deciding how to combine them in the best way to solve a problem.

An example of systems analysis is deciding the best way to dry clothes without a clothes dryer such as by hanging them on a line in the sun.

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The scientific analysis of systems, and the interactions within them.
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(computing) A range of techniques used especially in commercial computing in which the needs of a company or its staff are analysed and translated into a technical description of the necessary software - which is then created by programmers.
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The study of a procedure to determine the most efficient method of executing it to obtain a desired end, especially by means of computers.
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An engineering technique that breaks down complex technical, social, etc. problems into basic elements whose interrelations are evaluated and programmed, with the aid of mathematics, into a complete and integrated system.
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The designing of an efficient computer system for a particular business, project, etc.
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