INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the end of the course the student will be able to determine, use, and select the most suitable routes for the management and processing of information.
The examination of "Health Management", in which the module is hinged, can only be taken after the completion of the tests of "Health economics and business" and "Legal Aspects of the leading role."
Course contents summary
To provide an overview on the problems of systems for information processing, with particular regard to Business Information Systems.
a. Data and information
b. Semantics and processes
c. Team, organization and information
d. System of information processing and information system
2. Computer science and information systems
a. Computer system and information system
b. Accounting and organization
c. Process Reengineering
d. Business intelligence
3. Potential and critical issues in information
4. Evolution of information infrastructures:
b. Systems spread (scatter-network)
c. The web-based systems (star-network)
d. Distributed systems (peer-network)
5. The future of information systems
a. The information systems inter-
b. Decision Support Systems
c. Systems coordination bottom - up
Lecture notes. Within the lecture shows the bibliography divided by topic addressed
Lectures with the use of visual aids and classroom discussion with students.
Assessment methods and criteria
For verification dell'apprendimentoverrà proposed a written test and, when requested by the student, even by oral examination.