Stencils tagged with ‘systems’
Data Flow Diagram (SSADM)
The classic Structured Systems Analysis and Design Methodology by Chris Gane and Trish Sarson. SSADM is better known as Data Flow Diagrams. It is a simple and highly effective systems analysis and design (decomposition) methodology. It uses just four symbols, and it is excellent for communicating with non-technical users. A...more
DSRP Diagrams (Metamaps or "Metacognitive Maps")
MetaMaps or DSRP Diagrams were developed at Cornell University by Dr. Derek Cabrera. They are "Metacognitive Maps" that show both the information and the structure of an idea or knowledge. They are based on four universal patterns of cognition ("DSRP"). MetaMaps are used by preschoolers and PhDs, CEOs and consultants. It is...more
Functional Flow Block Diagram (FFBD)
Contains all the major components for a Functional Flow Block Diagram (FFBD), which are used in developing the functional architecture of a system and describing the system's functional flow.
Swim Lane Deluxe
The swim lane diagram shows graphically the relationship of an application’s components and the group responsible for the component. This swim lane stencil includes Actors, Systems, Screens, Pages and Flow Diagram elements. Most of the stencil elements are borrowed from the existing Isometric stencils.
The Logical Thinking Process
Symbols for making The Logical Thinking Process (TLTP) diagrams. With these symbols you can make Intermediate Objective Maps, Current Reality Trees, Evaporationg Clouds, Future Reality Trees and Prerequisite Trees. This is the symbol set used in the book The Logical Thinking Process by William Dettmer.
Version 13 - 1st Feb 2018. Provides a set of blocks and connectors to enable architecture description views to be produced using the open source TRAK enterprise architecture framework. The TRAK Metamodel defines the objects and how they connect together. The sets of objects allowed in each TRAK view are defined by TRAK...more
Whiteboard Icons for Distributed System Design
Whiteboard style icons that can be used to draw Distributed System design diagrams. T