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The project plan is the document that is used to _____. (Points: 6);describe how the project team will go about developing the proposed system;outline the tasks to be addressed in developing the proposed system and develop a time estimate for each task;outline the technical, economic, and organizational feasibility of the proposed system;summarize the business need and explain how the proposed system supports that need and creates value;All of the above;Question 2.2. (TCO 1) Interfaces (e.g., user interface design, database design, program design, and method specification) are specified during the _____ phase of the SDLC. (Points: 6);analysis;design;implementation;planning;system delivery;Question 3.3. (TCO 1) Requirements come from the context of the system you are trying to model. This context includes which of the following things? (Points: 6);Direct users of the system;Other stakeholders (e.g., managers, maintainers, and installers);Legal and regulatory constraints;Technical constraints and business goals;All of the above;None of the above;Question 4.4. (TCO 2) A use case includes relationship represents (Points: 6);how a use can optionally include another use case.;an extra functional modeling of the use that is optional.;an integral part of the base use case.;how a use case inherits from another use case.;None of the above;Question 5.5. (TCO 2) The _____ relationship in use cases allows use cases to support the concept of inheritance. (Points: 6);association;extend;include;generalization;None of the above;Question 6.6. (TCO 2) In a use case description, the Alternate Flow section contains (Points: 6);logic that is rarely executed.;logic that is extended from the Main Flow section.;logic from a separate use case.;the starting logic in the use case.;Question 7.7. (TCO 3) A(n) _____ of a class is where the behavior of the class is defined. (Points: 6);operation;attribute;class;object;abstract class;Question 8.8. (TCO 3) Behavior is another name for (Points: 6);attribute.;class.;abstract class.;operation.;object.;Question 9.9. (TCO 3) While performing a brainstorming session to gather class information, which of the following techniques are used? (Points: 6);Explain that the session is a true brainstorm.;Ask the team members to name the ?things? that operate in their business domain.;Ask the team to state responsibilities that those things might have.;All of the above;None of the above;Question 10.10. (TCO 3) A private attribute is shown in a class diagram with the symbol _____ before the name. (Points: 6);-;#;*;+;/;1. (TCO 3) What makes a good analysis class? (Points: 6);Its name reflects its intent.;It is crisp and models one specific element.;It has well-defined responsibilities.;None of the above;All of the above;Question 2.2. (TCO 3) The three types of boundary classes are (Points: 6);user interface.;system interface.;device interface.;All of the above;None of the above;Question 3.3. (TCO 3) The three components of a class are (Points: 6);operation, method, and name.;class, name, and operation.;name, attribute, and operation.;collaborations, responsibilities, and relationships.;None of the above;Question 4.4. (TCO 3) A(n) _____ is an instantiation of a class. (Points: 6);attribute;behavior;operation;message;object;Question 5.5. (TCO 4) When an object sends a message to itself in a sequence diagram, it is referred to as (Points: 6);recursive messaging.;self-messaging.;self-delegation.;recursive delegation.;None of the above;Question 6.6. (TCO 4) A(n) _____ is a Boolean expression, which allows a transition to occur only if a condition is satisfied. (Points: 6);instantiation;association;guard;condition;Question 7.7. (TCO 6) Analysis packages may contain (Points: 6);use cases.;analysis classes.;use case realizations.;All of the above;None of the above;Question 8.8. (TCO 6) The purpose of a model walkthrough is to (Points: 6);fix the errors in the models.;determine the capability of the systems analyst.;test the models against the functional requirements.;All of the above;Question 9.9. (TCO 6) With design classes, you have to specify exactly how each class will fulfill its responsibilities. To do this, you must do which of the following? (Points: 6);Complete the set of attributes and fully specify them, including name, type, visibility, and (optionally) a default value;Complete the set of operations and fully specify them, including name, parameter list, and return type.;Both A and B;None of the above;Question 10.10. (TCO 7) In what case might an explicit implementation modeling activity, performed by trained OO analyst/designers, be very important? (Points: 6);If you intend to generate code directly from the model;If you are doing component based development (CBD) to reuse components;Both A and B;None of the above;1. (TCO 1) Briefly summarize the purpose of the analysis phase in SDLC. Explain why it exists and what it contributes to the completion of the system. (Points: 11);Question 2.2. (TCO 6) Describe the generalization/specialization class relationship and how this relationship relates to the concept of inheritance. (Points: 11);Question 3.3. (TCO 2) What is a use case? Why create them? How can you determine the use cases for a new system? (Points: 11);Question 4.4. (TCO 3) Define the following terms: class, attribute, and operation. Give examples of each in a cohesive class. (Points: 11);Question 5.5. (TCO 8) Give an explanation and an example of an object that would be an excellent candidate to diagram in an object state diagram besides the ones in your course project or text. Give an explanation and example of an object that would be a poor candidate to diagram in an object state diagram. Justify your answers. (Points: 11);(TCO 4) Describe sequence diagrams. Include in your discussion how to read them. What does a curved message call line do? (Points: 11);Question 2.2. (TCO 4) How would you use a class diagram to create a sequence diagram? There is a message call line named CalculateSalesAmount pointing from a Salesman object to an Order object in a sequence diagram. CalculateSalesAmount has not been added to the class diagram yet. Explain the changes that would need to be made in the class diagram. (Points: 11);Question 3.3. (TCO 5) How does a communication diagram differ from a sequence diagram? Why would an analyst choose to draw a communication diagram? If object Z sends a message to object T, where does the method being executed reside? (Points: 11);Question 4.4. (TCO 5) In a communication diagram, if object Z sends a message to object T, where does the method being executed reside? (Points: 11);Question 5.5. (TCO 1) Explain the steps to instantiate your Unified Process (UP) project. (Points: 11)

 

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