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Table of Contents
Part I: Conceptual Foundations of Accounting Information Systems Chapter 1. Accounting Information Systems: An Overview Chapter 2. Overview of Transaction Processing and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Chapter 3. Systems Documentation Techniques Chapter 4. Relational Databases Part II: Control and Audit of Accounting Information Systems Chapter 5. Computer Fraud Chapter 6. Computer Fraud and Abuse Techniques Chapter 7. Control and Accounting Information Systems Chapter 8. Information Systems Controls for System Reliability–Part 1: Information Security Chapter 9. Information Systems Controls for System Reliability–Part 2: Confidentiality and Privacy Chapter 10. Information Systems Controls for System Reliability–Part 3: Processing Integrity and Availability Chapter 11. Auditing Computer-Based Information Systems Part III: Accounting Information Systems Applications Chapter 12. The Revenue Cycle: Sales to Cash Collections Chapter 13. The Expenditure Cycle: Purchasing to Cash Disbursements Chapter 14. The Production Cycle Chapter 15. The Human Resources Management and Payroll Cycle Chapter 16. General Ledger and Reporting System Part IV: The REA Data Model Chapter 17. Database Design Using the REA Data Model Chapter 18. Implementing an REA Data Model in a Relational Database Chapter 19. Special Topics in REA Modeling Part V: The Systems Development Process Chapter 20. Introduction to Systems Development; Systems Analysis Chapter 21. AIS Development Strategies Chapter 22. Systems Design, Implementation, and Operation