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cis339 10 questions multiple choice




1. (TCO 4, 5, 8) Analysts use _____ to show the objects that participate in a use case and the messages that pass between the objects over time for one particular use case. (Points: 3) structural models;sequence diagrams;communication diagrams;class diagrams;state diagrams;2. (TCO 4, 5, 8) In UML behavioral modeling, a message is _____. (Points: 3) a named location in memory where information is deposited and retrieved;a data structure to hold information;a function or procedure call from one object to another object;a relationship between two objects;a communication protocol between two objects;3. (TCO 4, 5, 8) Interaction diagrams describe how objects collaborate to realize use cases. There are two types of interaction diagrams: _____ and _____. (Points: 3) sequence, communication;communication, state machine;sequence, state machine diagram;sequence, use case;use case, object;4. (TCO 4, 5, 8) A(n) _____ is an instantiation of a class. (Points: 3) attribute;behavior;operation;message;object;5. (TCO 4, 5, 8) Elements of the behavioral state machine diagram are _____. (Points: 3) state, event, and transition;state, message, and transition;state, event, action, and transition;state, lifeline, and event;event, action, and transition;6. (TCO 4, 5, 8) On a sequence diagram, an object name of Students:List indicates that _____. (Points: 3) Students is an instance of the List class that contains individual student objects;List is an instance of the Students class;List is a method of the Students class;the Students and List objects are combined for that step in the sequence diagram;a message is being passed from the Students class to the List class;7. (TCO 4, 5, 8) The external behavior of a system is described by _____. (Points: 3) use case models;structural models;behavioral models;interaction diagrams;state diagrams;8. (TCO 4, 5, 8) Interaction diagrams focus on _____ level. (Points: 3) use case and sequence;object;communication;class;None of the above;9. (TCO 4, 5, 8) When an object sends a message to itself in a sequence diagram, it is referred to as _____. (Points: 3) recursive messaging;self-messaging;self-delegation;recursive delegation;None of the above;10. (TCO 4, 5, 8) The acronym CRUD stands for _____. (Points: 3) create, read, update, delete;create, reference, underline, delete;create, redo, underline, delete;collaborate, read, update, delete;collaborate, reference, update, discard


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