INF1342H System Requirements and Architectural Design

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Designing information systems in the face of competing goals from multiple stakeholders, e.g., efficiency, cost, reliability, security, privacy, usability, adaptability, reusability, time-to-market. Systematic techniques and models for identifying and evaluating alternatives. Non-functional requirements and architectural design. Organizing design knowledge for reuse.

For more information, please see Prof. Yu's course outline from a previous year.

Pre-requisite: 
INF1003H and INF1341H or permission of instructor
Note: 
Formerly Designing Information Systems; no change in content.