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diagrammatic technique


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A style of analysis or design that relies primarily on the use of diagrams (as opposed to text or databases). The advantage is the direct appeal to users, the disadvantage the limitation to two dimensions. See ERA diagram, JSD, Nassi-Shneiderman chart, SADT, SSADM, Yourdon.

Subjects: Computing.


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