Systems Analysis

Code:
20SYSA
Academic Degree:
bachelor
Study Programme:
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications (B 3710)
Form of Study:
full-time and part-time study
Credits:
5
Number of Hours:
2 + 2 hours per week - in full-time study
14 hours per semester - in part-time study
Type of Course:
obligatory
Semester | Language | Field:
czech common part of studies
summer english ERASMUS Teaching for foreign students
Course Completion:
credit, exam
Course Tutor:
 
roh  Lectures:
Ing. Zuzana Bělinová, Ph.D.
Ing. Petr Bureš, Ph.D.
roh  Training Course:
Ing. Adam Hlubuček
Ing. Patrik Horažďovský
Ing. František Kekula
Ing. Zaid Mahmoud
Ing. Zuzana Purkrábková
Ing. Jiří Růžička
Ing. Milan Sliacky, Ph.D.
roh  Part-time Study:
Ing. Petr Bureš, Ph.D.
Supervising Department:
Department of Transport Telematics (16120)
Keywords:
system, systems analysis, identification, interface, process, behaviour, architecture, identity, hard system, soft system, decomposition, integration, Petri nets, decision tables
Abstract:
Introduction to system sciences, system viewpoint, terminology, typical system analysis tasks, system identification, system interface and interface tasks, processes, system behaviour and its analysis, strong functions and processes, genetic code, system identity, system architecture. Tools for system analysis - Petri nets, decision tables, algorithms for structural tasks. Soft and hard systems, methods for soft system analysis.
Objectives:
To teach the students to define and analyse the tasks and problems of the real world in wide context, for both soft and hard systems. Students can solve basic systems analysis tasks on the system with the emphasis on the system identification, interface tasks, structural tasks, finding system behaviour, genetic code and identity.