This book explains how and why, during the development of computer systems, "changes" (to the design) are bound to occur and the consequences if proper control of these changes is not established. It also proposes a practical way of implementing such a change control system. It contains a step-by-step approach to design, set-up and operation of a computer system; also to change as it develops. It includes end of chapter questions/practical exercises and one whole chapter is devoted to an illustration of change control problems, with solution and copious illustrative examples.
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