Part 1. Find at least two journal articles in your discipline (e.g. informatics, information systems, IT) that have a similar problem that you are attempting to solve in your systems analysis and design project for this course. Use a minimum of two scholarly journal articles from top information systems, informatics, or information technology journals to support your systems analysis and design methodology.
In one paragraph each, describe the design methods and processes the authors of the articles justified to attempt to solve the underlying problem(s). For example, did they use a framework or standard to benchmark and test their systems analysis and design? Your methodology is the blueprint that you will follow to compare the old system to the new system in the results of the final phase of the project. It needs to be objective and enable a proper benchmark that adequately compares the systems. For example, you could use ACM, ANSI, ISO, ITU, NIST, and/or information standards like HIPAA or PCI.
Part 2. Include at least four unique systems analysis diagrams from your systems analysis project for peer review.
Diagram 1 must be a written use case / use case description of the existing system.
Diagram 2 must be a written use case / use case description of the new system.
Diagram 3 must be an activity diagram of the existing system.
Diagram 4 must be an activity diagram of the new system. Do not attach the diagrams, embed them into your post as a video.