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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 9 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 9 - Budgeting systems. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: strategic planning and budgeting systems, purposes of budgeting, responsibility accounting, the annual budget: a planning tool,...

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 8 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 8 Activity-based costing, This chapter presents the following content: Problems with conventional product costing systems, an activity-based costing model, initial decisions about ABC at Mason & Cox, using the ABC model for product costing at Mason & Cox, activity-based versus conventional product costs,...

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 7 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e) - Chapter 7 A closer look at overhead costs. This chapter presents the following content: What are overhead costs? Allocating indirect costs: some general principles, allocating overhead costs to products,...

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 6 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e) - Chapter 6 Service costing. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand what are service organisations? Cost classifications in service organisations.

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 5 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 5 Process costing and operation costing. Learning objectives of this chapter: Process costing at Spritz, Process costing with work in process inventories, process costing using the weighted average method, process costing using the FIFO method, process costing and spoilage, operation costing, other issues in process costing.

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 4 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 4 Product costing systems. Learning objectives of this chapter include: Product costing systems, different product costs for different purposes, designing product costing systems, flow of costs in manufacturing businesses, allocating overhead costs to products,...

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 1 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 3 Cost behaviour, cost drivers and cost estimation. In this chapter you will learn: What are cost behaviour, cost estimation and cost prediction? Cost drivers.

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Lecture Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 2 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 2 Management accounting: cost terms and concepts. The contents of this chapter includes: Management accounting information, conventional vs. contemporary management accounting systems, emphasis on cost, cost classifications, cost behaviour,... Inviting you refer.

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Management accounting: Information for creating and managing value (4/e): Chapter 1 - Kim Langfield-Smith, Helen Thorne

Chapter 1 Management accounting: information for managing resources and creating value. The objectives of this chapter are to introduce: Organisations in the 21st century, what is management accounting? Management accountants within organisations. Inviting you refer.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 11: Using VISUAL Basic .NET to create web applications

After studying this chapter you should be able to: Explain the various functions of a typical web application, explain what is meant by the term client/server and how the client/server architecture can be implemented in a number of different ways, discuss the tradeoffs associated with various client/server architecture options,...

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 10: Working with arrays and collections

After studying this chapter you should be able to: Explain why arrays are needed to solve many types of problems; construct an array to store multiple related data values; use ArrayList, Hashtable, and SortedList collections to store and process data values.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 9: Accessing data using XML

After studying this chapter you should be able to: Understand what XML is and how it is used within business-to-business transactions, understand XML Schemas and XSL Transforms and how they are used within the context of XML, read and process data that is stored in an XML document, read data from a relational database and transform it into its equivalent XML, transform one XML document into a new XML document using an XSLT document.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 8: Accessing data - processing databases

The following will be discussed in this chapter: Data is efficiently managed by storing them in files on disk, data files and programs are separate, the program does not need to be modified when the data changes, different programs can share the same data sets.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 7: Repeating processing tasks: Loop structures

After completing this unit, you should be able to: Most applications certain processing steps repeatedly; this structure or flow of control is known as a loop; the Do…Loop structure executes a block of statements until a specified condition occurs; the For…Next structure executes a block of statements a specified number of times.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 6: Reducing program complexity: General sub procedures and developer-defined functions

Chapter six - Reducing program complexity: General sub procedures and developer-defined functions. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Share code by creating general sub procedures and functions; use parameters to share data between procedures and functions; use code modules to organize code for reusability; use the KeyPress, Enter, and Leave events; use the concept of form modality; create and program main menu.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 5: Specifying alternate courses of action: Selection statements

Chapter 5 - Specifying alternate courses of action: Selection statements. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Construct programs that select alternative actions using the If…Then…Else and Select Case statements; compare the Select Case statement with the If…Then…Else statement and describe situations for which each is appropriate; create GUIs using the MsgBox function and three new controls-RadioButton, GroupBox, and CheckBox-that present a set of options to the user and allow the user to input choices.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 4: Performing calculations and manipulating data: Expressions

Chapter 4 - Performing calculations and manipulating data: Expressions. The following will be discussed in this chapter: Describe the operators and functions used to create arithmetic, string, and logical expressions; explain why errors occur and how to avoid them; write logical expressions using comparison operators and logical operators.

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 3: Representing data: Constants and variables

The following will be discussed in this chapter: Compose event procedures that perform more sophisticated tasks, focus specifically on data items, continue work with Visual Basic .NET project structure, determine the meaning of the term scope,...

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 2: Creating simple Visual Basic .NET windows applications

Learning objectives of this chapter include: The Integrated development environment (IDE) is used for modern software development; the IDE contains tools to write code, build a GUI , and test and debug applications; overview of the application construction process; design issues are addressed;...

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Lecture Learning programming using Visual Basic.Net – Chapter 1: Problem solving and the object-oriented paradigm

After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Understand problem-solving concepts, formulate algorithms using pseudocode, realize the complexity writing algorithms, understand an event-driven environment, describe how classes and objects work, use and understand the terminology of the object paradigm.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 18 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 18 - Systems construction and implementation. In this chapter you will learn more about the construction and implementation phases of systems development. These two phases construct, test, install, and deliver the final system into operation. You will know that you understand the processes of constructing and implementing a system when you can: Explain the purpose of the construction and implementation phases of the system's life cycle, describe the system's construction and implementation phases in terms of your information building blocks,...

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 17 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 17 - Object-oriented design and modeling using the UML. This is the second of two chapters on object-oriented tools and techniques for systems development. This chapter focuses specifically on tools and techniques that are used during systems design.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 16 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 16 - User interface design. In this chapter you will learn how to design and prototype the user interface for a system. You will know that you’ve mastered user interface design when you can: Distinguish between different types of computer users and design considerations for each, identify several important human engineering factors and guidelines and incorporate them into a design of a user interface, integrate output and input design into an overall user interface that establishes the dialogue between users and computer.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 15 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 15 - Input design and prototyping. In this chapter you will learn how to design computer inputs. It is the second of three chapters that address the design of online systems using a graphical user interface for either client/server or Web-based systems.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 14 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 14 - Output design and prototyping. In this chapter you will learn how to design and prototype computer outputs. You will know how to design and prototype outputs when you can: Distinguish between internal, external, and turnaround outputs; differentiate between detailed, summary, and exception reports; identify several output implementation methods; differentiate among tabular, zoned, and graphic formats for presenting information;...

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 13 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 13 - Database design. This chapter teaches the design and construction of physical databases. You will know that you have mastered the tools and techniques of database design when you can: Compare and contrast conventional files and modern, relational databases; define and give examples of fields, records, files, and databases; describe a modern data architecture that includes files, operational databases, data warehouses, personal databases, and work group databases;...

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 12 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 12 - Application architecture and modeling. This chapter teaches you techniques for designing the overall information system application architecture with a focus on physical process models. Information application architecture and physical process modeling include techniques for distributing knowledge, processes, and communications to network locations in a distributed computing environment.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 11 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 11 - Systems design. In this chapter you will learn more about the design phase of systems development. You will know that you understand the process of systems design when you can: Describe the design phase in terms of your information building blocks, identify and differentiate between several systems design strategies, describe the design phase tasks in terms of a computer-based solution for an in-house development project,...

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 10 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 10 - Feasibility analysis and the system proposal. In this chapter you will learn how to analyze and document those alternatives on the basis of four feasibility criteria: operational, technical, schedule, and economic. You will also learn how to make a system proposal in the form of a written report and a formal presentation.

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Lecture Introduction to systems analysis and design: Chapter 9 - Whitten, Bentley

Chapter 9 - Object-oriented analysis and modeling using the UML. This chapter focuses on object modeling during systems analysis. You will know object modeling as a systems analysis technique when you can: Define object modeling and explain its benefits, recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of object modeling, define the UML and its various types of diagrams, evolve a business requirements use-case model into a system analysis use-case model.

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