Information systems (I2)
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|HESA Subject||Description||CUG Subject|
|Information systems (I200)||The study, design or application of computer systems which capture, process and transmit information.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Information modelling (I210)||Concerned with the modelling of information flows within an organisation and how these flows can be optimised and incorporated into the design of a large-scale computer system.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Systems design methodologies (I220)||The study of standard methodologies for the design of large-scale computer systems.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Systems analysis & design (I230)||The study of the principles and techniques for the design and implementation of large-scale computer systems.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Databases (I240)||The study, design or application of information systems which act as structured repositories for large amounts of information.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Systems auditing (I250)||The study and development of techniques for inspecting, correcting and verifying information systems.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Data management (I260)||The management of computer systems which capture, process and transmit data.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Intelligent & expert systems (I270)||The study of digitally-based products and systems within manufactured goods, including telematic devices, human interfaces and reasoning for computing systems.||Librarianship & Information Management|
|Systems analysis & design not elsewhere classified (I290)||Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into the other Systems analysis & design categories. To be used sparingly.||Librarianship & Information Management|