- Your Client
- Introducing the British Television Industry
- How to Do Your Project
- How You and the Project Come Together
- How to Make This Book Work for You
- How to Work Your Way Through This Book
- Easiest Trail
- More Difficult Trail
- Most Difficult Trail
- Promenade Trail
- Choosing Any Trail
- Ski Patrol
- You Don't Need a CASE Tool
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More Difficult Trail
The More Difficult Trail will suit you if you’ve had some exposure to analysis, but are not confident that your skills are as up to date as they could be. For example, you may already have some knowledge of how to draw data flow diagrams and how they are supported by the data dictionary and mini specifications. Similarly, you may have a reading acquaintanceship with data models. While you have used these models, it may have been some time ago, and you would like to refresh your memory.
The More Difficult Trail takes you through the Project chapters, as well as the viewpoints chapters of the Textbook. The Trail Guides will steer you past the Textbook chapters that explain the analysis modeling language. If you choose this trail, we assume that you want to use the Project assignments to sharpen your modeling skills, and that you need the minimum exposure to modeling theory. This trail is marked by the symbol.