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Analysis Patterns

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Inspired by Martin Fowlers book on this subject ...

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  • 1. Analysis Patterns 'Requirement patterns'
  • 2. What are analysis patterns ?
    • Analysis patterns are useful for discovering and capturing business processes
    • This helps to reuse the solution and OOPS design for similar instances of analysis patterns
  • 3. Analysis patterns Just as design patterns are patterns of good design, and architecture patterns are examples of good architecture, analysis patterns are patterns of modeling the domain . They are patterns that a business analyst or a systems analyst will encounter often.
  • 4. Some common analysis patterns
    • Place-Transaction (Bank-deposit / Stores-Receipt / ATM-Withdraw cash)‏
    • Entity-measurement (Patient-Vitals/ Company-Financial status
    • Accounting Entry (Business event - accounting entry)‏
    • Posting rule (what transaction to be posted in what way)‏
    • Auditing (audit of transactions/ audit of accounts / audit of system logs )‏
    • Agreements (Service Level Agreements)‏
  • 5. Analysis patterns
    • Adjustment entries (fresh entries which correct previous entries)‏
    • Currency of data (how much data should be kept in current store and how much in backup or repository )‏
    • Work flow (how much of the process to automate ?)‏
    • Paperless offices (how much of documents to move to the system ?)‏
  • 6. Analysis patterns
    • Reconciliation (bank reconciliation, bill reconciliation)‏
    • Aging (order aging, bill aging, invoice aging)‏
    • Tree structures (Bill of material, Organization charts)‏
    • Conversion tables (how much of wastage for a production line, how many meters for so many uniforms)‏
    • Tabular outputs
  • 7. Analysis patterns
    • Control breaks
    • Codes (Bar codes, custom codes, intelligent codes, serial codes)‏
    • Amendment documents (Order amendment)‏
    • Approvals (manual approval, automatic approval)‏
    • Batch updates (off line transactions update the masters in one batch)‏