Developing Windows-Based and Web-Enabled Information Systems

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2014-09-19
602 pages

Book Description

Many professionals and students in engineering, science, business, and other application fields need to develop Windows-based and web-enabled information systems to store and use data for decision support, without help from professional programmers. However, few books are available to train professionals and students who are not professional programmers to develop these information systems. Developing Windows-Based and Web-Enabled Information Systems fills this gap, providing a self-contained, easy-to-understand, and well-illustrated text that explores current concepts, methods, and software tools for developing Windows-based and web-enabled information systems.

Written in an easily accessible style, the book details current concepts, methods, and software tools for Windows-based and web-enabled information systems that store and use data. It is self-contained with easy-to-understand small examples to walk through concepts and implementation details along with large-scale case studies. The book describes data modeling methods including entity–relationship modeling, relational modeling and normalization, and data modeling, to develop data models of a database. The author covers how to use software tools in the Microsoft environment, including Microsoft Access, , , Visual Studio, Visual Basic, VBA, HTML, and XML, to implement databases and develop Windows-based and web-enabled applications with the database, graphical user , and program components.

The book takes you through the entire process of developing a computer and network application for an information system, highlighting concepts and operation details. In each chapter, small data examples are used to manually walk through concepts and operational details. These features and more give you the conceptual understanding and practical skill required, even if you don’t have a computer science background, to develop Windows-based or web-enabled applications for your specialized information system.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Boolean Algebra and Digital Logic Circuits for Computer Hardware
Chapter 2: Digital Data Representation
Chapter 3: Computer and Network System Software
Chapter 4: Overview of Information Systems
Chapter 5: Conceptual Data Modeling: ­Entity-Relationship Modeling
Chapter 6: Logical Database : Relational Modeling and Normalization
Chapter 7: Database Implementation in Microsoft Access
Chapter 8: Structured Query Language
Chapter 9: MySQL
Chapter 10: Object-Based Database Systems
Chapter 11: Windows Forms and Controls in Microsoft Visual Studio
Chapter 12: Visual Basic Programming in Microsoft Visual Studio
Chapter 13: Database Connection in Microsoft Visual Studio
Chapter 14: Working with VBA in Excel
Chapter 15: Database Connectivity with VBA
Chapter 16: Web Applications in Microsoft Visual Studio
Chapter 17: Working with XML (I)
Chapter 18: Working with XML (II)
Chapter 19: Web Services
Chapter 20: Computing Efficiency of Algorithms
Chapter 21: User Interface Design and Usability
Chapter 22: Computer and Network Security
Chapter 23: Data Mining
Chapter 24: Expert Systems
Chapter 25: Decision Support Systems
Chapter 26: Development of a Healthcare Information System Using Microsoft Access and Visual Studio
Chapter 27: Development of an Online System for Imaging Device Productivity Evaluation in Radiology Practices
Chapter 28: Development of a Radiology Skin Dose Simulation Tool Using VBA and Database

Book Details

  • Title: Developing Windows-Based and Web-Enabled Information Systems
  • Author: ,
  • Length: 602 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2014-09-19
  • ISBN-10: 1439860599
  • ISBN-13: 9781439860595
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