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Question 20 ____ refers to the amount of computer support that exists for the functions that are included in the new application system. Question 21 A(n) ____ is a field or set of fields stored in one table that also exists as a primary key in another table. Question 22 Which company first built a computer based on the Xerox Star’s graphical user interface (GUI)? Question 23 ____ describes any network over one kilometer. Question 24 ____ testing examines the behavior of an entire subsystem or independent subsystem with respect to technical and user requirements.
• Include a definition of your selection using quantifiable measures. • Include the following steps of the business research process that must follow for addressing or finding a solution to your selected issue or problem: o Purpose of the research • Describe the research problem.• Explain why the research problem is important. o Problem definition • Explain what question you are answering by your research. o Research
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 (b) The analyst needs to collect information about the current system. State two methods which the analyst can use to collect information and give an advantage of each.  (c) State the importance to (i) the end user (ii) the systems analyst of evaluating the system against the initial specification. (d) Explain why systems development should be regarded as an iterative process. 4