Eastern Michigan University
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Stevan S. Mrdalj

Professor of Computer Information Systems

503 Owen

734.487.2671

stevan.mrdalj@emich.edu

Education

Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia
M.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia

Professional Summary

Dr. Mrdalj's research program focuses on user driven systems analysis and design. His recent work involved expressing requirements and requirements tracing for web based applications. He has published nine journal articles, twenty-four proceeding articles, nine non-refereed articles, and five technical reports. Dr. Mrdalj has published articles in journals such as Communications of ACM, Database Programming & Design, ACM SIGSOFT - Software Engineering Notes, INFO Science, and Informatics. His research has been quoted in two professional books.

Courses Taught

IS 215 End-User Computing
IS 315 Applied Data Structures
IS 410 Business Intelligence
IS 417 Systems Analysis and Design
IS 499 3 Credit Independent Study
IS 599 3 Credit Independent Study
IS 614 Systems Analysis and Design
IS 665 Data Warehousing and Data Mining
IS 690 1 Credit Thesis
IS 691 2 Credit Thesis
IS 692 3 Credit Thesis
IS 699 3 Credit Independent Study

Research Interests & Projects

Dr. Mrdalj teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in systems analysis and design, data structures, and object-oriented software design and programming

Selected Publications

Jovanovic, V. & Mrdalj, S. S. (2004). Programming Principles Instructors Tp List. Issues in Information Systems, V (2), 558-563.

Jovanovic, V., Chambers, R., & Mrdalj, S. S. (2004). Program Understanding Task in the Context of PSP. Issues in Information Systems, V (2), 551-557.

Mrdalj, S. S. & Jovanovic, V. (2004). Advancing the Systems Analysis and Design Curriculum. Issues in Information Systems, IV(2),2003, 611-617.

Mrdalj, S. S. & Jovanovic, V. (2004). UML Coverage in the Systems Analysis and Design Textbooks. Issues in Information Systems, V (1), 233-239.

Jovanovic, V. & Mrdalj, S. S. (2003). Design Description for Software Components. Issues in Information Systems, IV(2), 178-184.

Professional Affiliations

Association of Computer Educators
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
IEEE Computer Society
International Association for Computer Information Systems