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Hi 5: Part 2

In part 1 of this series you were introduced to issues relating to developing a project plan. Now it is time to analyse the system using algorithmics.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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March 20, 2003
  1. · Hi 5: Part 2
  2. · The Second Phase
  3. · Conclusion

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Hi 5: Part 2 - Conclusion
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Algorithms are necessary to analyze the system’s functionality. The documentation for this stage will be helpful for the next stage when it comes to database design. At this stage in the web development process we have a nice clear plan of what the website’s objectives are and a thorough analysis of the system.

In the next article, the focus will be on database design. Notice that each article so far has mentioned the database.  This is because well-developed web design is usually “database centric”. A thorough investigation must be done to make sure the data is structured correctly and minor tests will be done to test the speed and correctness of the queries.

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