CST 183. Object-Oriented Software Design

CST 183. Object-Oriented Software Design  Â
Q1. _____ seeks to alter radically the nature of the work done in a business function.
    a. Office support analysis
    b. Enterprise resource planning
    c. Supply chain management
    d. Business process reengineering

Q2. Unlike ongoing planning, a specific information systems strategic planning project might be authorized every five year(s) or so.
    a. true
    b. false

Q3. A(n) _____ extracts and analyzes supply chain and customer support information for strategic and operational decision making and control.
    a. SCM
    b. RSS
    c. SIMS
    d. CSS

Q4. The most recent approach to building systems has been to use object-oriented technologies.
    a. true
    b. false

Q5. Systems analysis is the process of specifying in detail how the many components of the information system should be physically implemented.
    a. true
    b. false

Q6. A project team typically works on a single subset of the system requirements at a time.
    a. true
    b. false

Q7. _____ provide(s) information for executives to use for monitoring the competitive environment and for strategic planning.
    a. DSS
    b. ERP
    c. EIS
    d. TPS

Q8. Package solutions are desirable for standard business systems such as accounting and human resources.
    a. true
    b. false

Q9. A button is an example of a(n)Â attribute.
    a. true
    b. false

Q10. The amount of iteration in a project depends on the complexity of the project.
    a. true
    b. false

Q11. All system development projects should be completed within a month or two.
    a. true
    b. false

Q12. Problem domain objects are the easiest to understand because users and developers can see them and interact with them directly.
    a. true
    b. false

Q13. A(n) _____ can be used to manage the development process.
    a. use case diagram
    b. activity diagram
    c. Gantt chart
    d. spiral model

Q14. Which of the following is completed in the inception phase of the UP
    a. prepare the deployment
    b. resolve high risks
    c. design and implement the core architecture and functions
    d. produce rough estimates for cost and schedule

Q15. Which of the following is completed in the transition phase of the UP
    a. complete the beta test
    b. resolve high risks
    c. design and implement the core architecture and functions
    d. prepare for deployment

Q16. Trusted suppliers of a system are an example of internal users.
    a. true
    b. false

Q17. Models such as the event table and use case diagrams are effective models to understand and describe _____.
    a. system flows
    b. information repositories
    c. business events
    d. business processes

Q18. A(n) _____ is an indication that your planned schedule is now firm and that you want to freeze the estimate so that you can begin to actually track the project.
    a. contract
    b. charter
    c. milestone
    d. baseline

Q19. In MS Project, durations and predecessors should be entered only for the lowest-level tasks.
    a. true
    b. false

Q20. The _____ is the point at which the increased cash flow exactly pays off the costs of development and operation.
    a. milestone
    b. float
    c. payback period
    d. critical path

Q21. The final activity of the inception phase is to launch the next iteration of the project.
    a. true
    b. false

Q22. One of the most important factors for project success is a strong, committed project sponsor.
    a. true
    b. false

Q23. In an interview, a small number of users is generally best for generating new ideas or exploring new process alternatives.
    a. true
    b. false

Q24. The transition from business modeling to requirements definition is always linear.
    a. true
    b. false

Q25. The interview process usually requires multiple sessions with each of the users or user groups.
    a. true
    b. false

Q26. Interviewing users and distributing questionnaires helps the analyst understand the _____ for a new system.
    a. models
    b. functions
    c. procedures
    d. constraints

Q27. Analysts usually use a(n) iterative process to evaluate requirements with users until an acceptable requirements model is developed.
    a. true
    b. false

Q28. In a walkthrough, the _____ gets the material ready for review.
    a. development team
    b. project manager
    c. technical staff
    d. analyst whose work is being reviewed

Q29. A structured walkthrough is also used as a performance review.
    a. true
    b. false

Q30. The analyst determines the multiplicity constraints that reflect the business policies of a system.
    a. true
    b. false

Q31. ____ are tasks that are performed by one person in one place, in response to a business event, that add measurable business value and leave the system and its data in a consistent state.
    a. Temporal events
    b. System controls
    c. Whole-part hierarchies
    d. Elementary business processes

Q32. The importance of the concept of events for defining system requirements was first emphasized for modern structured analysis when this concept was adapted to ____ systems in the early 1980s.
    a. real-time
    b. response
    c. transaction
    d. hierarchical

Q33. A(n) ____ event is an event that occurs as a result of reaching a point in time.
    a. external
    b. temporal
    c. internal
    d. state

Q34. Sometimes a use case generates no response at all.
    a. true
    b. false

Q35. The methods of a class are the behaviors all objects in the class are capable of doing.
    a. true
    b. false

Q36. In a class diagram, rectangles represent classes.
    a. true
    b. false

Q37. The Stakeholders compartment in a fully developed use case description identifies interested parties – other than specific actors.
    a. true
    b. false

Q38. The return data of the abbreviated notation for a true/false condition are identified as a return value on the left side of a(n) ____.
    a. asterisk
    b. colon
    c. forward slash
    d. assignment operator

Q39. A(n) composite state is a state containing multiple levels and transitions.
    a. true
    b. false

Q40. The objective of a sequence diagram is to show processing logic.
    a. true
    b. false

Q41. To document ____, draw a composite state with the lower portion divided into multiple compartments for each concurrent path of behavior.
    a. simple nested states
    b. concurrent behavior of a single object
    c. concurrent behavior of different objects
    d. simple paths

Q42. Generally, transitions cannot be interrupted.
    a. true
    b. false

Q43. Activity diagrams cannot be used to describe processes that involve automated system activities.
    a. true
    b. false

Q44. The design discipline focuses on what the system should do.
    a. true
    b. false

Q45. Web standards change rapidly.
    a. true
    b. false

Q46. Analysts may expand business or requirements models to include design details.
    a. true
    b. false

Q47. The WWW is a global collection of networks that use the same networking protocol – TCP/IP.
    a. true
    b. false

Q48. The client/server architecture simplifies the performance, security, and reliability issues of the centralized architectural approach.
    a. true
    b. false

Q49. ____ controls limit access to the system to authorized users.
    a. System interface
    b. Application
    c. Database
    d. User interface

Q50. A ____ is a network with security and controlled access for a private group but built on top of a public network.
    a. wide area network
    b. virtual organization
    c. middleware network
    d. virtual private network

 
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