AIS Ch.2

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AIS Ch.2
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  1. The 4 operations performed on data to generate meaningful and relevant information.
    Data processing cycle
  2. 4 operations in the data processing cycle. (DDDI)
    • 1. Data input
    • 2. Data storage
    • 3. Data processing
    • 4. Information output
  3. Documents used to capture transaction data at its source.
    Source documents
  4. Records of company data sent to an external party and then returned to the system as input. (Ex. Utility bill)
    Turnaround documents
  5. The collection of transaction data in machine-readable form at the time and place of origin. (Ex. ATMs)
    Source data automation
  6. A path that allows a transaction to be traced through a data processing system.
    Audit trail
  7. The item about which information is stored in a record. (Ex. Employee, inventory item, customer)
    Entity
  8. The characteristics of interest of an entity.
    Attributes
  9. A group of related records.
    File
  10. Stores cumulative data about an organization.
    Master files
  11. A set of interrelated, centrally coordinated files.
    Database
  12. 4 different types of data processing activities. (CRUD)
    • 1. Creating
    • 2. Reading
    • 3. Updating
    • 4. Deleting
  13. Periodically updating is referred to as...
    batch processing.
  14. Updating as each transaction occurs is done by...
    online, real-time processing.
  15. Used to provide the information needed to deal with problems and questions that need rapid action or answers.
    Query
  16. A system that integrates all aspects of an organization's activities into on system.
    ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
  17. Journal used to record a large number of repetitive transactions.
    Specialized journal

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