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DeVry Chicago COURSE CIS321, Fall 2014 summer

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Question;Question: (TCO 2) Each use case describes;function(s) in which users interact with the system.;one (Chapter 5 Page 167);one or more;many;zero, one, or more;all;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 2) A(n) _____ use case is typically created early in the;process of understanding the system requirements as a way of;documenting basic information about the use case.;overview (Chapter 5 Page 167-168);detail;essential;real;imaginary;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 2) The importance level of a use case increases for all of;the following characteristics of the use case EXCEPT _____.;the use case represents an;important business process;the use case supports;revenue generation;the technology is proven (Chapter 5;Page 168);the functionality is complex;the functionality is time-critical;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 2) Which of the following relationships describe the;communication between the use case and the actors?;association (Chapter 5 Page;relationship 170);extend relationship;include relationship;generalization;relationship;none of the above;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 2) When drawing the use-case diagram, an analyst should;do the steps in this order: _____.;draw the use cases on the;diagram, identify the system;boundary, place the actors on;the diagram, and draw the lines;connecting the actors to the use;cases;identify the system boundary;draw the use cases on the;diagram, place the actors on;the diagram, and draw the;lines connecting the actors to;the use cases;place the actors on the diagram;draw the use cases on the;diagram, identify the system;boundary, and draw the lines;connecting the actors to the use;cases;identify the system boundary;place the actors on the diagram;draw the use cases on the;diagram, and draw the lines;connecting the actors to the use;cases;none of the above gives the;order of steps;(Chapter;5 Page;178);Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 2) The dashed line in the Activity diagram represents;the boundary between;activities;the flow of logic between;activities;the flow of data objects to (Chapter 5;and from processes. Page 160);none of the above;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 2) In a use case diagram, an actor _______________.;represents an internal part of;the system;represents an outside (Chapter 5;trigger on the system Page 174);represents a particular;person that interacts with the;system;represents the boundary of;the system;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 2) A guard condition represents ________.;the mutually exclusive value (Chapter 5;of the test for a particular Page 162);path to be executed;a boundary that must be kept;so that there is no scope creep;the process that is executed in;an activity diagram;a firewall preventing harm;coming to a data object;Points Received: 3 of 3;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 2) If the pseudo-code in a use case description says;Execute ABC," then we can assume that _____.;ABC" is another use case being executed;ABC" is internal logic in the Normal Flow section of the use case description;ABC" is a heading in the SubFlow section of;(Chapter 5 Page 169- ANSWER 170);IN;the use case description;ABC" is an actor;Points Received: 0 of 3;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 2) A use case diagram ________.;represents a low level;model;represents a high level model;is the most useful model for system designers because it gives a "birds eye view" of the system;none of the above;(Chapter;5 Page;ANSWER;173);IN;Points Received: 0 of 3;Comments;Grade Details;1. Question: (TCO 2) Each use case describes _____ function(s) in which users interact with;the system.;Your one (Chapter 5 Page 167);Answer;one or more;many;zero, one, or more all;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 2) A(n) _____ use case is typically created early in the process of;understanding the system requirements as a way of documenting basic information about the use case.;Your overview (Chapter 5 Page 167-168);Answer;detail;essential;real;imaginary;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 2) The importance level of a use case increases for all of the following;characteristics of the use case EXCEPT _____.;Your the use case represents an important;Answer: business process;the use case supports revenue;generation;the technology is proven (Chapter 5 Page;168);the functionality is complex;the functionality is time-critical;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 2) Which of the following relationships describe the communication;between the use case and the actors?;Your association relationship (Chapter 5 Page 170);Answer;extend relationship;include relationship;generalization relationship;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 2) When drawing the use-case diagram, an analyst should do the steps in;Your;Answer;this order: _____.;draw the use cases on the diagram, identify the system boundary, place the actors on the diagram, and draw the lines connecting the actors to the use cases;identify the system boundary, draw the use (Chapter;cases on the diagram, place the actors on 5 Page 178;the diagram, and draw the lines connecting);the actors to the use cases;place the actors on the diagram, draw the use;cases on the diagram, identify the system;boundary, and draw the lines connecting the;actors to the use cases;identify the system boundary, place the actors on the diagram, draw the use cases on the diagram, and draw the lines connecting the actors to the use cases;none of the above gives the order of steps;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 2) The dashed line in the Activity diagram represents _________.;Your the boundary between activities;Answer: the flow of logic between activities;the flow of data objects to and from (Chapter 5 Page;processes. 160);none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 2) In a use case diagram, an actor _______________.;Your represents an internal part of the system;Answer: represents an outside trigger on the (Chapter 5;system Page 174);represents a particular person that;interacts with the system;represents the boundary of the system;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 2) A guard condition represents ________.;Your the mutually exclusive value of the test (Chapter 5;Answer: for a particular path to be executed Page 162);a boundary that must be kept so that there;is no scope creep;the process that is executed in an activity;diagram;a firewall preventing harm coming to a;data object;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 2) If the pseudo-code in a use case description says "Execute ABC," then;we can assume that _____.;Your "ABC" is another use case being (Chapter 5;Answer: executed Page 169-170) ANSWER;ABC" is internal logic in the;Normal Flow section of the use IN;case description;ABC" is a heading in the SubFlow section of the use case description;ABC" is an actor;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 2) A use case diagram ________.;Your represents a low level model;Answer: (Chapter 5;represents a high level model;Page 173) ANSWER;is the most useful model for system;designers because it gives a "birds eye IN;view" of the system;none of the above;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;Grade Details;1. Question: (TCO 3) Which of the following types of attributes is not proper in an analysis;class?;Your integers;Answer: strings;doubles;compound (Chapter 6 Page 209) date;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 3) A(n) _____ of an analysis class is where the behavior of the class is;defined.;Your operation (Chapter 6 Page 209);Answer;attribute;class;object;abstract class;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 3) Service is another name for _____.;Your attribute;Answer: class;abstract class;operation (Chapter 6 Page 209) object;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 3) If a "student signs up for a class," which type of relationship would;you use to model the relationship between the two?;Your generalization IN;Answer: association (Chapter 6 Page 210) ANSWER;aggregation;subsetting;vague;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 3) A _____ object is the instance of a class that receives a request from;another object.;Your client;Answer: server (Chapter 6 Page 211);contract provider CRC;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 3) A mechanism for developing CRC cards is for the user or analyst to;role-play as if they are an instance of the class. This process is called _____.;Your acting;Answer: anthropomorphism (Chapter 6 Page 211);interviewing;anamorphous;observation;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 3) Which of the following is part of a CRC card?;Your class name;Answer: type;description responsibilities;all of the above (Chapter 6 Page 212);Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 3) A public attribute is shown in a class diagram with the symbol;before the name.;Your -;Answer: #;*;+ (Chapter 6 Page 213);/;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 3) A private attribute is shown in a class diagram with the symbol;before the name.;Your - (Chapter 6 Page 213);Answer;#;*;+;/;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 3) CRCs are created by performing textual analysis of ________.;Your collaboration and responsibility;Answer: cards;object lists;use case diagrams;use case descriptions (Chapter 6 Page 226;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;Grade Details;1. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) The external behavior of a system is described by _____.;Your use case models (Chapter 7 Page 238);Answer;structural models;behavioral models;interaction diagrams;state diagrams;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) An analyst depicts the static view of an information system with;Your use case models;Answer: structural models (Chapter 7 Page 238);behavioral models;interaction diagrams;state diagrams;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) The two types of interaction diagrams are;diagrams.;Your use case and sequence;Answer: class and sequence;sequence and communication (Chapter 7 Page 238);object and communication;state and object;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) A(n) _____ describes information about an object.;Your attribute (Chapter 7 Page 240);Answer;behavior;operation;message;instance;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) When arranging actors and objects on a sequence diagram, it is;nice to list them _____.;Your in alphabetical order down the side of the;Answer: diagram;in alphabetical order across the top of the;diagram;in order in which they participate in the;sequence down the side of the diagram;in order in which they participate in the (Chapter 7;sequence across the top of the diagram Page 241);actors and objects are not both shown on a;sequence diagram;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) When an object sends a message to itself in a sequence diagram;which is referred to as _____.;Your recursive-messaging;Answer: self-messaging;self-delegation (Chapter 7 Page 243);recursive-delegation;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) The first step in building a sequence diagram is to _____.;Your determine the scope (Chapter 7 Page;Answer: 243);identify which objects will;participate;set the lifeline for each object;add the focus of control to each;object's lifeline;validate the sequence diagram;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) In a communication diagram, a(n) _____ between actors and;objects is shown with an undirected line.;Your procedure calls;Answer: data flow;association (Chapter 7 Page 248) message;relationship;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) An execution occurrence in a sequence diagram is represented by;Your;Answer;a(n) _________.;thin rectangular box over the (Chapter 7 Page;lifeline 242);lifeline;message actor;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 4,5,8) A process that cannot be interrupted is referred to as a(n);Your event;Answer: activity;state;action (Chapter 7 Page 250) none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;Grade Details;1. Question: (TCO 6) When an analyst discovers that a set of classes have a similar set of;attributes and methods, it may make sense to _____ out the similarities into a separate class.;Your refine;Answer: abstract;factor (Chapter 8 Page 290) partition;separate;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 6) The _____ layer contains, among other things, the classes that;represent the fundamental data types.;Your problem domain;Answer: system architecture;human-computer interaction;data management;foundation (Chapter 8 Page 293);Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 6) The layer that keeps the user interface implementation separate from;the application or problem domain classes is the _____ layer.;Your foundation;Answer: system architecture;human-computer interaction (Chapter 8 Page 293);data management;problem domain;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 6) Which of the following is not a fundamental way to approach the;creation of a new information system?;Your develop a custom application in-house;Answer: rely on an external vendor to build the;system;purchase a software package and;customize it;rely on end-users to develop it (Chapter 8 Page;themselves 299-300);all of the above are ways to create;new information systems;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 6) The following are all strengths of a packaged software design strategy;Your;Answer;EXCEPT _____.;it may be bought and installed in a short time;many business needs are not IN unique;the package is already tested and generally proven to work;there is an exact match of (Chapter 8;functionality to requirements Page 300-301) ANSWER;none of the above;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 6) An advantage of custom development is that the organization can;accept functionality that is not a;perfect fit;build technical skills and (Chapter 8 Page;functional knowledge 299-300);install in a short period of time;remove all risk from the project;save money on the purchase;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 6) A disadvantage of purchasing packaged software is that the;organization may _____.;Your accept functionality that is not a (Chapter 8 Page;Answer: perfect fit 300-301);build technical skills and functional;knowledge;make strategic changes during;implementation;remove all risk from the project;save money on the purchase;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 6) The process of building new systems by combining packaged software;existing legacy systems, and new software written to integrate everything together is called _____.;Your customization;Answer: formal methodology;outsourcing;systems integration (Chapter 8 Page 301);workaround;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 6) In a package diagram __________________.;Your the problem domain layer package is;Answer: dependent on the other packages;the other layer packages are dependent (Chapter 8;on the problem domain layer package Page 295);all the packages are independent of each;other;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 6) When we say that we need to set the context of a package diagram we;mean that ______________.;Your the classes need to be clustered together;Answer: into packages based on shared;relationships;the dependencies between packages need;to be resolved;the scope needs to be determined in (Chapter 8;what is to be diagramed. Page 297);Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;Grade Details;1. Question: (TCO 6) _____ has emerged as the standard for the design of object-oriented;systems.;Your Java;Answer: C++;Visual Basic;UML (Chapter 9 Page 319);Microsoft.NET;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;2. Question: (TCO 6) What are the two types of coupling in object-oriented systems?;Your interaction, data;Answer: data, inheritance;data, stamp;interaction, inheritance (Chapter 9 Page 325-326) data, common;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;3. Question: (TCO 6) Of all of the types of interaction coupling, _____ is the worst.;Your stamp;Answer: data;content or pathological (Chapter 9 Page 328) common or global;control;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;4. Question: (TCO 6) Object-oriented systems have three general types of cohesion;and _____.;Your method, class, inheritance;Answer: method, generalization/specialization;inheritance;generalization/specialization, class;object;method, class, (Chapter 9 Page;generalization/specialization 328-329);functional, sequential, procedural;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;5. Question: (TCO 6) Fan-out refers to _____.;Your;Answer;the number of attributes a class has;the number of messages sent by a (Chapter 9 Page;method 338);the number of times a message is sent;by a method;the number of times an attribute is passed from a class;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;6. Question: (TCO 6) The audience for pseudocode is the _____.;Your analyst;Answer: programmer (Chapter 9 Page 349);manager;user;customer;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;7. Question: (TCO 6) Which of the application languages can be used to write object-oriented;applications?;Your Java;Answer: C++;SmallTalk;All of the above (Chapter 9 Page 332-333);Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;8. Question: (TCO 6) Invariants are ___________________.;Your;Answer;attributes that can have any values in an instance of a class;attributes that must have a specific value or domain of values in an instance of a class;methods that can return any datatype that it wishes;values that are determined through polymorphism;(Chapter 9;Page 343) ANSWER;none of the above IN;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;9. Question: (TCO 6) UML contracts are used to ___________________.;Your legally determine what a new system can or;Answer: cannot do;constrain what a programmer of a method is;allowed to code;establishes what must be true before the (Chapter 9;method is executed and what must be true;Page 343);after the method is executed;set guidelines for the coupling and cohesion;rules;none of the above;Points 3 of 3;Received;Comments;10. Question: (TCO 6) The UML tool to use to tell the programmer what logic to code is a(n);Your method (Chapter 9 Pages 347-;Answer: specification 350) ANSWER;contract IN;class diagram;package diagram;none of the above;Points 0 of 3;Received;Comments;de

 

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