Systems Analysis And Design Methods
Systems Analysis And Design Methods CNIT 28000
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0 0 out of 54 correct X The quesnuns marked mdq Far symbul keys nm heengmdsd Reapmrss m qmsunm are mdmaied bythe l symhhl 1 desrgh the system bulld rt ahd dellver rt to users ls the e SDLC r A ahalysrs phase of th r B object ohehted approach r c rule forcreaung a CASEtool D systems development llfe cycle r E mterfall deyelopmeht methodology See page 2 2 system to rmplemeht them ls called am er r A computer programm r B endr r E techrllcal wnter See page 2 The phmary goal of the systems ahalyst ls to r A acqurre a worldhg tool r E purchase a srlyer bullet page 2 r A start wth a baslc ldea of what ls needed r c develop a detalled set of plans r D actually construct the project E all of the above X 5 The four phases of the Systems Development Llre Cycle are 5 r A analysls gathenng modellng and alagrammln s X team wlll bulld lt ls part of the phase of the SDLC r A analysls r B deslgn r c gathenng f D lmplementauon E plannlng See page 4 X 7 The system r A teaslblllty analysls r B gradual re nement r E work plan See page 4 X s The project sponsor rs the r A lead systems analyston the projectteam r E any of the above may ll the role of the project sponsor See page 4 X 9 Feasrbrlrty analysrs examlnes several quesnons rncludrng 77quot w A Can we bulld rt technrcal feaslblllty r B Do we have the people to bulld rt human feaslblllty r c If we bulld rt can our computers handle the load operatronal feaslblllty F D Can we get rt done on trme schedule feaslblllty r E all of the above See page 4 X 10 Theprorectplanrsthedocumentthatrsusedto a R ume estlmate for each task r r economlc system n X N need and creates value r E all of the above See page 4 ln whlch phase of the SDLC rs the prorect plan developed7 nalysrs r B desrgn r c rmplementatron D lannrn F E reconstructlon See page 4 ln whlch phase of the SDLC rs the system proposal developed7 A analysrs r B desr n f c rmplementauon P D plannrng r E system delryery See page 5 X 13 The analysrs phase of the SDLC answers whlch questrons r A w wrll rt be used ho wrll create the system and when J m who wrll the system be for what the system wrll do when wrll rt be used and where wrll rt be used why burld the system what the system wrll be and how the system wrll work why burld the system who wrll the system be for when wrll rt be used and how the system wrll work f C r D f E why burld the system who wrll the system be for when wrll rt be used and where used wrll rt be x See page 4 fh ar dunng the phase of the SDLC r A arratysrs B desrgh r c rmp1emehtauoh F D p1armmg r E strategy See page 5 1h whreh phase of the SDLC rs the system speer eahoh developed7 A hatysrs B desrgrr f c rmplementahon F D p1armmg r E system delwery See page 5 Interfaces 6 g mehus reports forms are speer ed dunng the phase of the SDLC r A arratysrs B desr h r c rmp1emerrtahorr r D p1armmg r E system delwery m See page 5 The phase of the SDLC when the system ls actually bullt or purchased ls the r A an ysls al v D lmplemehtauoh r E plahmhg See page 5 deslgh balahces lts focus on the processes and data of the system f E Sh uctureronented See page 5 FA e system r B lra requlremeht ls mlssmg ltls very costly to correctthe mlstake later on f D all of the above f E none of the above See page 9 one phase to the next r A Pam llel 2 arch ectuml mews of the system the ml mew r c Prototyping r D Rapid Application E Waterfall See page 8 TheHm i r c acuvmes f D tasks r E roles Se page 20 mew the structuml mew and the behavlo r r E contextual r F See pages 18719 In the constmcuon phase of the Um ed Process the focus IS pnmanly on the work ow r A Con gumuon and change management f B project management r c analysls r D deslgn E lmplementatlon See page 22 ln the Enhanced Unl ed Process the suppomng work ows lnclude r A project management f B operatlons and su on f c lnfrastmcture management gt D all of the above r E none of the above See page 25 5 exemng bells and whlstles B False See page 2 6 system should be bullt and detel39mlnlng who on the project team wlll bulld lt B False See page 4 27 software and network lnfrastructure user rnterface forms and reports wlll be used r A True B False See pages 45 r B False See page 5 29 the waterfall agarnst the current r A True B False See page 8 30 processes r A True d B False See page 31 The role of the project manager lncludes managrng the team members developlng the nr t t nl an outslde the project team A True The role of f B False See page 31 the change management analyst lncludes ensunng that adequate documentatron and support are avarlable to the users a A True r B False See pages 3132 sponsor v A True f B False E See pages 3132 buslness analyst deslgns the new lnformatlon system and ensures that all ls standards are l B d B False See pages 3132 5 t be used ls performed dunng tne analysrs phase of the SDLC A True f B False w n n s mm h quot system developed and mto the hands of the users qulckly A True See page 4 r B False See page 10 37 systems r A True B False See page 14 38 of Verslons that are developed sequeutrally A True r B False See pages 11712 f A True B False See pages 11714 x 40 p qulckanddlrty the system ls bullt7 A True r B False See pages 13714 hut r nr hts methodology r A True B False See pages 11713 yanety of system models and mocleupsv r A True gt B False See pages 9710 prototypmg methodology for construcuhg the system A True r B False See pages 1213 w n w m ume schedules7 A True the m rfaH completely specl ed and held relatryely constant pnor to programmrng gt A True r B False See pages 879 mm h u r B False See pages 1011 s ls commonly called a project manager r A True B False See page 31732 ls department ls called a systems analyst A True r B False See pages 3132 48 technology ls commonly called a systems analyst A True r B False 49 databases and networks ls commonly called a change management analyst r A True E See pages 3132 n ar B False See pages 3132 so rnstallatron Scott wlll provlde user trarmng and documentatron Hls role ls to serve as a change lyst gt A management ana True r B False See pages 3132 51 wrtlun budget Her project team role ls rnrrastructure analyst r A True B False See pages 3132 Systems analysts Lon and Mark are employed by the local nosprtal They have been for tlus project a A True r B False 54 feedback and coumge v A True 55 code mdependenuy on h1s own r A True See pages 1314 amp15 m mm nr 1 v A True f B False See page 14 1mnh 139 r B Fa1se E See pages 1415 w B False See pages 1415 phases v A T r B Fa1se See pages 1415 project r A True B False See pages 1415 l lal programmmg methodology r A True B False See pages 14715 ls ah ldeal cholce for thls scehano gt B False See pages 14715 For large complex systems extreme programmmg ls not a sultable methodology slnce lt wlll lead to problems wlth mamtammg the system v A True r B False See pages 14715 understand lt ls better to use the throwamy prototypmg methodology A True r B False See page 15 X 62 f A True B False See pages 732 X 53 tradltlohal methodologles A True r B False See page 17 X 64 The Unl ed Process ls an example ofa RAD phasedrbased methodology v A True r B False See pages 17 and 20 255mm a u r m pua r dlsadvahtages Youkmswm The suggested ahswer ls qnqlvti dad m minimized 39 rom initial proposal and system completion See pages 879 Youkmswm The suggested answer IS a mlvd dxiwn ed up The advantages include the speed and quality of systems development while the key dimdvdnhge is the need to mamge user expecm ons See pages 10711 rounmswm The suggested answer IS use See pages 1213 Youkmswm The suggested answer IS 39 39 H i hm J 69 ind nan nr Thus 39 It amn nge N19 analv nhaw 39 pro typing cechnique See pages 13714 Youkmswm E The suggested answer as g on ma panda applim on such as accounting marketing or production mamgemenL and design programming or some busines arm See pages 3132 7o analysts Youkmswm The suggested answer as n m rkinv n mmmn minim See pages 3132 g 71 Explain the role or a project manager In an is project n z F w Youkmswm E The suggested answer IS budget mm m mm um L I r 39 amount of time prior to becoming the project manager See pages 3132 it contributes to the completion of the system rounmswm he suggested answer IS The planning 1quotde m a its estimated costs With this inrormation the organization s management can objectively nml u Pl j hand See page 4 it contributes to the completion of the system rounmswm he suggested answer IS system detait See pages 45 7A contnbutes to the compleuon of the system rounmswm The suggested answer IS n rim H2 m and liqu the new system These system elements must be desi ed prior to construction so that the system will meet user and b 39 es needs upon implemenmtion See page 5 and what tt contnbutes to the comptetton ot the system rounmswm The suggested answer IS system organization See page 575 76 rounmswm The suggested answer IS prirt atna model are examples of structured design See pages 879 Ene y desenbe the ldea behlnd the RAD approach to systems development Youkmswm The suggested answer IS MmRAn um I and melhndolnyi examples of RAD methodology See pages 10713 i change ml development project team rounmswm The suggested answer IS business needs The lnir astructure Analyst role exists to deal with techmoal oonoerns about the new systems hardware software and networking oomponents The Change mind Pg 79 F so 81 r resources See pages 3132 Ene y explain the idea behind extreme progmmmmg m rounmswm The suggested answer is w ch is a disciplined my to keep the code simple See pages 1415 business analyst rounmswm The suggested answer is 39 The The project manage business See pages 3132 Youkmswm The suggested answer IS as r mnhqd nv neither It uses objects and these many both dam and process OOSAD was a key bene ts rhom modeling dam structures and pmces tiows See pages 17718 l ht new dnven architecture centric and ltemtlve and incremental rcurmswm E The suggested answer IS and the user as the tser seeks to accomplish a particular goai Rather than decomposing t t a perspectives or views and focuses on what the system will d o The mat v39ww classes of objects that mahe up the system what they hold attiibutes and methods and their relationships state changes twwaw w ltmean perspectives help The analyst begins by working with the user to develop the functional view He she then tses this view to drart the static and behavioral views lnso doing 39 39 39 39 39 39 He he WVi iN the functional view This continues until the three views are in sync See pages 18719 5642 83 a 85 r l Antnnnn rounmswm The suggested answer is Modules make the system easier to understand work on and share The pieces are 39 39 39 39 uj t tniim 39 hm nwlt See page 20 Ene y desenbe the Uni ed Process UP rounmswm The suggested answer is lam nlr n and transition The phases measure how far along the project IS The work ows include business modeling requirements analysis design implemenm on test deployment 39 39 2M Fm h nvimvvm quott 39 39 39 qnqlvti dacirm 39 39 work ows not phases Along with other work ows in the UP the traditional SDLC mnhqti inn work ows over othels depending on how far along the project is See pages 1924 Ene y desenbe the phases ot the Uni ed Process rounmswm The suggested answer is he T UP phases are inception elaboration corstruction and transition vein it r 86 my 87 39 39 In order 39 The primary deliverabi i i 39 39 39 environment to use to develop the system l i m primary focus for this phase is on the analysis and design work ows In qddi n beoomes increasingly important during this phase system including user manuals maintenance plan and upgrade plan The focus in this phase is on the tasting and deployment work ows See pages 1922 Ene y explain why the Uni ed Process UP was modi ed Youkmswili The suggested answer is deploym enL This is the Production Phase In addition two work ows were added They OPEN and the 00 Software Process See pages 2525 Ene y describe the Uni ed Modeling Language UML Youkmswili The suggested answer is Version 20 of the UML de nes a set of fourteen diagramming techniques The siX structure diagrams are class object package deployment component and composite structure diagrams The eight behavior modeling diagrams are activity sequence communication interaction overview timing behavior state machine protocol state machine and usecase diagrams Overall the consistent notation integration among the diagramming techniques and application of the diagrams across the entire development process makes the UML a powerful and exible language for analysts and developers See pages 29 30 Retake Test 0 0 out of 57 correct XI The quesnuns marked nth Far symbul keys nm beeng ded Reapnnss tn qmsunrs are mdmaied bythe l symbnl comm A approval lttee r B execuuve body r E requestrng 2 technology ls called the r A manager B project sponsor f c staff member F D system analyst r E system request See page 42 In order to approve a system request the approval commlttee must lmow r A all of the detarls of the ultrmate system to be deve ope B the hrgh level tunctronalrty of the system r c what the screens and reports wlll look llke ln the nal system P D r E all of the above See page 43 7 value can be quanu ed dunng the project lnltlatlon phase r A Brpeeted B Tanglble r c lntanglble D Real r E Salvage Q See page 43 7 eeonomle cons of developlng a new system r A Comm ee approval a B Feasllullty analysls r c Funeuonallty determlnauon P D Rlsk analysls f E System request See page 4446 a Most system requests lnclude all of the followlng except r A busmess need r B busmess requlremems r E buslness value See page 45 7 The four elements commonly found on a system request are r A eeonomle organlzauonal teehnleal and operatlonal feaslblllty X 10 w B project sponsor buslness heed buslness requlremehts ahd buslness value r E upgrades lleehsmg tees repalrs and charges y regulauohs Thls lnfol39mauon should be lncluded as part of the sectloh of the system request r A buslness heed r B buslness yalue r c buslness requlremehts v D specral lssues or cohsuamts r E none of the a oye E See page 45 sectlon of the s r A buslhess heed r B buslhess value Explalruhg the buslness capablllues of the lhrormatlorl systemquot ls wntteh m the ystem request a c buslness requlremehts f D project hee r E speelal lssues Q See page 45 Feaslblllty ahalysls may be de ned as am r a mcorporate lt lhto the ohgomg opemuohs of the orgamzatloh r B determlnauon of the extent to whlch the system can be teehnleally deslgned developed and lnstalled c gulde to detel39mlnlng whether to proceed wlth a project F D ldentl eauon of only the costs and bene ts assoelated wth the project r E none of the above See page 53 1 A Costofa new Web server r B Costofhlnng a Webmaster v c No preVlous expenenee wth Java wrthln the ls department r D Some rear of Job loss among order entry department personnel r E All of the above See page 4647 reaslblllty ls determlned by ldenurylng costs and bene ts assoelated wth the m f E Technlcal See page 4748 Examples of development costs lnclude all EXCEPTi r A consultant fees r B hardware ex enses r c salanes for the project team a D softmre lleenslng fees f E none of the above See pages 48 Opemuonal costs that are exammed dunng reasnnhty analysts tnctude A dam conversxon cost r B development tmmmg f E mmal consultant fees See pages 48 the money It spends IS called the w r B net present value gt E retum on Investment See page 51 m reasnnhty r A econ r E tec meal See page 55 The project champloh ls 2007 r A hlghrlevel ls execuuve who ls usually but not almys the project spohsor who lmtlated the system request r R mldJ development process c u u 1 t lhltlated the system request P D semor member of the user group who paruclpated m the RAD sesslohs f E none of the above E See page 55 mslder tradmg and the board has asked him to reslgh Thls project ls falllng reaslblllty ahal ls A orgamzatlohal hamp on f E techhlcal See pages 5557 mcluded as a art of th 7 r A ecohomlc reaslblllty assessmeht B orgamzatlohal reaslblllty assessmeht r c system pro osal f D system requ st r E techrucal teaslblllty assessment See page 5557 o comrruttee for a systems request A True f B False See page 44 economlc feaslblllty r A True gt B False See pages 4849 22 project 4 A True r B False See page 48 r A True B False E See page 4849 24 analysts v A True r B False See page 49 25 Just one year r A True 9 B False E See pages 4950 6 projector Information system e f B False See page 5253 7 the t cohtmue suppomhg the new Information system f B False See page 57 8 of the busmess IS de ned m the techmcal feastbthty f A True B False See page 5557 m r n k greater chance that some rmportant system requrrements wlll be overlooked or mrsunderstood A True r B False See page 47 30 development costs 2 operauonal costs 3 tangrble bene ts and 4 lntanglble costs and bene ts f B False See page 487 r A True B False See page 5152 32 that the nal system wlll be accepted and used f B False See page 5557 system asslgrung values to them and then caleulauug the cash ow and retum on t luveslmerll for me projec A True r B False See page 48 r A True B False See page 57 famlllanty famlllarll wth the technology and project 5126 r A True B False See pages 48 haven t happened yet r A True w B False See pages 50 wrthrn the organrzatron r A True B False See page 47 gamed by usrng rnrormauon technology v A True r B False E See page 42 System requests often lnclude the project team members lncludlng the project manager and the analysts r A True B False See page 45 40 of the company r A True gt B False See pages 4445 wth a project A True r B False See pages 4445 42 assoelated wth the applleauon A True r B False See page 4647 laurn a tm anal t Thls lderm ed rlsk falls under economlc feaslblllty r A True B False See page 4647 4 system Her ndlngs wlll be llsted under economlc feaslblllty m the analysls report a A True r B False See page 48 hcenses and softmre upgrades r A True B False See page 49 45 new system Her hst wlll lnclude reduced expenses for the company r A True B False See page 49 R01 calculauons do not conslder the present value of future money A True r B False See page 53 v A True r B False See page 55 Kelly Smrth the Vlce presrolent of markeung has provlded resources and pohtrcal support l r manager for the project r A True gt B False X 53 See pages 5557 0 throughout the orgaruzatroh rs the project champroh A True f B False See pages 5557 1 the project r A True B False E See pages 5557 2 respohsrble for provrohhg enough budget and prorhotrhg the project r A True B False See pages 5557 A True r B False See pages 5557 x 5 4 Present value calculauon takes m atlon and me mto account A True f B False See page 5152 391 th 5 Total k Total Costs r A True B False See page 52 system creates real value for the orgamzatrorr A True r B False See page 53 57 already exlsls m the orgamzatrorr ls part of the orgaruzatrorral feaslblllty study P A True B False See page 47 E W What are these four nancral categorres and how are values assrgrred to each7 Youkmswm Janet The suggested answer IS mm quotaim hnviH hequot k en h a the salaries of the project team and hardware and software expenses Opem oml costs numhpm will Ruin u mm ml mimat system to 180000 per year See pages 4855 decisions concerning pauent recovery Nurses aiready record the date tune and severity of admtnt WM n rnedrcai decision rnaiong and provide better care to the patient in addition this method will Request rounmswm The suggested answer IS project Name patient record of pain and pain mediation reoeived Report project Sponsor Jane Head Nurse Surgery Recovery Busines Need Doctors and Nurses need to know at the bedside amount orpain a patient pharmacy nurse Busines Value Tangible Reduced costs and increase accuracy making and provide better care to the patient See pages 4546 Q 50 v analysis Youkmswm The suggested answer is better care to the patientquot intnoduction 50000 for the software development The operational costs are estimated at 2000 per year for next ve years See pages 4855 51 different methods What is the purpose and value of performing so many computations in determining these estimates7 rounmswm The suggested answer IS In tut m Thwlvn39 one method of revenue estimation aione See pages 5253 2 52 r assessment be accurate so eariy m the project7 Expiain 53 r future How can the project team improve the accuiacy of these esumates7 Youkmswm The suggested answer IS imprecise it i quot1in team and i inrormation that will have animpact on the project s feasibility The feasib39 39ty inrormation that is discovered See pages 4855 Youkmswm The suggested answer IS likely to fave accurate information about the factor under study For example the previous projects Those project estimates can be compared to what reaiiy happened aihrm inadvertent omision of key actors in the anaiysis See pages 4855 64 F R mm n In m up and of assessing a project s economic teasrbrhty rourmswm The suggested answer is The higher the net bene t gure the more desimble the project The Return on of the system This ratio of net bene ts to totai costs indicates a rough return on investment gure and the higher the tio the more positive the project The Net 39 39 39 39 pr mu th consider the timing of the cash ows or the time vaiue of money Therefore the Net present Vaiue method is preferred from a nancial standpoint See pages 4855 and end the prerectv rourmswm The suggested answer is The project champion serves as a highiy visibie promoter of the system The project organization There have been many instances of an otherwise viable systems the organization Organizational management has an interest in seeing that resources 39 39 39 39 R hnwinll 39 w uh quotenduwman Twovmysto See pages 5557 a 66 Y when creating a new system7 Youkmswm The suggested answer is rm will muse in the organization and plan aooordingly See pages 5557 a s7 Explain ditterent sections of a system request Youkmswm The suggested answer is System request oonsists of the following sections Project Sponsor misines Need Busines Requirements Business Value Special issues or Constraints Project sponsor is J as J 69 42 7o issues that the apprwal committee must take into Corsidem on See page 45 Explam the three drttereht aspects of a teasrbrhty analysts Youkmswui E The suggested ahswer rs Technical ammt hPHP K mject champion p See pages 4445 Idenufy the seven steps mvolved m conductmg the economrc teasrbrhty Youkmswui The suggested ahswer rs 1 39 bmk even point 0 Graph rakeven point See page 49 Explam the role of the project champrort Youkmswuz The suggested ahswer rs n Hm mum champion may leave hisher current job within the organization See page 57 rounmswm The suggested answer IS 39 39 quot 39 io albwel mis quotmain H 39 inh nunlv 2w es for improvements may be misunderstood In addition ts and owonunl of the toij If the technology required to oompiete the project was never used before the project The larger the project an the greater the chance that some important project See page 46747 mi 0 0 out of 70 correct X Resphnsem questions ale named hythe symhol spej led hme fmme at a mlnlmum cost wrth the nght funcuonallty A Reject management r B Symantrc hmelrne r c Task rdenu cahon F D Time esumatlon r E Work plan See page 70 The most srgnr cant challenge to project managers ls r A lack of project management harnrng r B r c the lack of tools that can assrst m controllrng project progress D unrealrstrc schedule demands by project sponsors r E all of the above See page 70 A cnucal success factor for project management ls to r A create a work plan r B follow the three steps of project management E start wrth a reallstlc assessment of the work See page 70 4 The three steps of project management are r A controlllng the project dlrecung the project and creatlng the work plan a tamn th nr j t r c dlrecung the project creaung the work plan and namlng the tasks P D namlng the tasks creaung the work plan and compleung the delwerables r E settlng the start date estlmaung the me and readlng the actual tlme See page 70 715 a dynamlc schedule that logs and monltors all of the tasks that need to be accompllshed for the length of the project r A margln of error r B project manager f c projectobjecuve r x v E work plan See page 77 h mut rt r A esumate the hours and request delwerables B ldentlty the tasks and estlmate the me needed to complete them r c lnltlate the project and create the project management assessment P D make tradeotts and set conservatwe numbers r E umebox the compleuon date See page 78 X 7 To ldentlty the tasks for a work plan the project manager can r A c ec ontrol and dlrect the proj t r B esumate the slze start the project and remember technlcal sldlls r c establlsh a posslble reporung structure v D hst the four phases of the SDLC and the steps that occur m each r E set cohseryatlye numbers for the project softmre Project managers can develop task llsts for a project wth the help of 7 v A establlshed methodologles r B system proposals r 0 system r s P D user appllcatloh hardmre f E user requlremehts Where r A call a mend ata competmg rm r B hls Systems Aualysls text book from college c the company hammg matenals for the company methodology F D the project plarmmg software ayallable at the local bookstore r E the webslte of hls old college professor See page 78 r E preparauoh See page 71 estrmate the me requrred to buud the system7 r A adjusted project complexrty 1 E more complex approach See page 72 12 phase Wrth thrs method 1f the p1annrng phase typrcauy takes 15 of total project ume project wru requrre r 1 months F E 3 months See page 72 n rs a measure of program srze based on the number and comptexrty of A rnputs outputs querres mes and program mterfaces w A f ncuon pornt r B hne of code r c projectplan P D standard module r E workplan x 16 See page 72 of a project Furleuorl pomts are used to measure the estlmated r A complexlty F D ume requlred r E TUFP See page 72 plarmmg phase were completed m 5 personrmonths See page 72 A normal system wlth 400 unadjusted runetlon pomts would have adjusted runetlon m pr j l See pages 7374 programmlng language approxlmately 31200 1m es of code wlll have to be wntten If the developers choose Vlsual Easlc to lmplement the system th be e number of llnes of code wlll f A about the same f B can t tell wthoutmore lnformauon E much less See page 75 there are complexlty of a project These factors lnclude r A data communlcahons ume tradeorts and estlmated effort B endruser ef clency data communlcauons and reusablllty r c performance and programmlng language F D reports pnnted and PCA r E xrmys extenslblllty and operatlonal Converslon Q See page 74 uw ml ma a m 55 She has determlned that her project ls r A blrlateral mac p x f c mlcroconvergent P D normal q E Very slmple See pages 73774 X 20 Addlng people to a project team In order to speed up total development ume r A ls a oxlng sk m umeb r B ls a useful way to meet a ught deadllne c may actually lncrease total development tlme F D Slmpll es commumcatlon wlthln the team r E none of the above See pages 91 and 100 Tradmonal Work Breakdown structures tend to r A ltemhon F R few level of detall for small projects r c be too specl c for the project and dlmcult to compare across projects D all of the above r E none of the above See pages 8587 Unhke hadluonal Work Breakdown Structures WES evoltmomly WESS are r organlzed m a standard manner across all projects r B created m an lterauve and Incremental manner r c deslgned so one can compare the current project to past projects a D all of the above r E none of the above See page 87 24 compleuon delays A True A True r B False See page 70 f B False See page 70 ume lrl a Garltl Chart f A True B False See page 77 25 me followlng values are acceptable 15 rorplarlrurlg 25 roranalysls 50 for deslgrl and 10 for lmplememauorl r A True q B False See page 72 Usmg lyplcal lndustry standards for esumaung project we schedules the esumaled was completed m 30 personrmonths rue w B False See page 72 h mm was completed m 7 5 personrmonths A True f B False See page 72 29 mputs outputs querres les and program lntelfaces v A True r B False E See page 72 Usmg the shortcut method to determme the complexlty of a systems project a very pomts A r B False See pages 7374 31 deslghed by Allen Albrecht of IBM r A True B False 2 members asslgned to the project r A True 34 over the llfe of the project llsung each task along wth lmportant lnrormatlon a See pages 72 and 75 mm nth t B False E See page 91 plan staf ng the project and controlllng and dlrecung the project A True f B False See page 70 bout lt such as when lt needs to be completed the person asslgned to do the work and any delwerables that wlll result A True r B False See page 77 h an work for thls project wlthout extenslve changes r A True B False See page 78 projects most of whlch are very dlfferent from the current project r A e a B False See page 71 Addlng staff to a project to shorten the project s length ls usually a wlse move because lVlty addlng staff normally translates lnto lncreased product r A True B False See pages 91 and 100 s the system by that deadllne no matter what eyen lr runctlonallty needs to be reduced A True r B False See page 85 obrecuyes and the most effectlve way to do thls ls through the use of money and bonuses r A True B False See page 1057107 before the ahalysls aha deslgh phases are conducted A True r B False See page 82 anleu la n f lhrormauoh through anagrams r B False See page 95 Scope creep ls only a rumor factor lh projects ruhruhg over schedule and every errorl bene clal r A True B False See pages 8385 uw ml ma a m 1 35 By asslgruhg a value of 1 35 for FCA she has determlned that her project ls complex r B False See page 74 mlmmlzmg personnel con lct are all part of the staf ng process v A True Sergel the project manager ls womed about cornpleung the project on urne To lncrease 1570 W n V am 10 people on a subtearn A True r B False See pages 91792 order be pnonuzed and that a xed deadllne be lrnposed for the project Thls tecnnlque ls referred to as SDLC methodology r A True B False See page 85 Tlmeboxmg ls a tlmeronented approach to project development A True r B False See page 85 r B False See pages 91795 and the reportmg structure of the project team f A True B False See page 95 A True f B False See pages 95 Tallr n a lm anal l sldlls the ruhcuohal lead of the project should assrgh her to program m lava and CH r A True gt B False See pages 9495 f A True gt B False See page 92 A techmcal lead manages a group of analysts r rue gt B False See page 92 Chnstmes slqlls m mls sltuauorl A True r B False See page 93 Dam l Damels rst step ls to award bonuses to team members r A True B False E See page 94 5 each team member s accompllshments f B False See page 94 6 members accountable for Lhell tasks f B False See pages 9495 A True r B False See page 82 58 product becomes better understood A True f B False See pages 8283 yraxls urne along an xraxls and uses shaded boxes to represent tasks r A True gt B False See pages 79 and 95 PERT uncertaln v A True r B False See pages 8182 51 system funcuonallty dunng the deslgn pnase r A True B False See page 95 Lo r rhrorrhauoh about system components dunng the ahalysrs phase True q B False See page 95 A True r B False E See page 95 Jlm Srruth the project manager for a hlghrpro le project has perrrutteol the users to add Thls project suffers from poor standards r A True B False See pages 8385 The underlylhg cause of marry mlssed project deadlrhes ls scope creep A True f B False See pages 8385 The underway S scope creep w A True r B False See pages 8385 The tradltlonal Work Breakdown Structure approach ls very useful when the requlrernents of th A e system are not well understood True B False See page 85 The eyolutlonary Work Breakdown Structure approach ls very useful when the requlrernents of the system are not well understood A True r B False See page 85 The tradltlonal Work Breakdown Structure rnakes rt easy to compare the current project lects wlth past pro r A True B False See page 85 ev luu nar Wlth past project A True r B False See page 86 Retake Test 0 0 out of 53 correct Respuusesm questions ale rmused bythe symbul s an example of ruhcuohal requrremehts ecohds r c customers should be able to see therr orders after authe trc r h F D The system should comply wrth the company s pohcy of buymg all PCs and servers from Dell E The system should be able to search all ayarlable myehtory m order to determme whether a product can be made by a gryeh date See pages 1117112 2 the lobe system are the steps of the phase halysrs r B desrgh r c rmplemehtauoh r D plarmmg See page 117 3 same but wrth a new system that makes them more ef cleht ls A EPA r E Toprdown approach See page 117 XA Whlch of the followlng analysrs strategres ls best7 r A EPA E rt depends on the srtuauon page 1227124 The goal of analysrs strategy ls to make mmor or moderate changes to the buslness processes so that they wlll become more emcrent and effecuve f ess process automauon r B buslness process benchrnarldng c buslness process rrnproyernent 1quot D buslness process reenglneenng r E buslness process systernrzauon See page 121 The goal of ths analysrs strategy ls to change the fundamental my the organrzahon operates and to make major changes by taldng advantage of new rdeas methods and echnology r A buslness process automauon r B buslness process benchrnarldng r c buslness process lrnproyernent D buslness process reenglneenng r E buslness process systemlzauon See page 121 provlde hlgh value to the buslness7 f A Buslhess Process Automauoh The most comprehehslye and complete dellyerable of the ahalysls phase ls r A project work plan 13 system pro os l r c behayloral models for the lobe system P D ruhchohal models for the lobe system r E structural models for the lobe system See page 111 are r A achylty based costmg ahd behchmarldhg r E process Slmpll lahon and proxy behchmarldhg r A acuVlty based costlhg and acthlty ellmlhauoh B duratloh ahalysls ahd acuylty based costmg r c outcome ahalysls ahd durauoh ahalysls F D problem analysls and root cause analysls r E acuvrty ellmlnauon and technology analysls are popular EPR acuvltles r A acuvlty based costlng and 201le ellmlnatlon E acuvrty ellmlnauon and outcome analysls See page 12 122 The most commonly used mformatlonrgathenng tecnnlque ls 7 w A lutervlewln r B 10ml appllcatlon deslgn JAD sesslons r c document analysls P D observatlon r E quesuonnalres See page 125 week does a customer complaln about lnadequate servlce followlng a 52167quot Thls questlon ls an example of a n questlon See page 127 14 mfoxmauon She should ask quesuons r g a r E probmg See page 127 hvmdw n n u r A document analysxs r B mtemew gt c Jomt appueauon development r N n f E quesuonnaue See pages 1327 A JAD sessxon can reduce scope creep by r A 10 See pages 1327 17 A JAD tacrhtator rs 7 A the person who sets the rneetrng agenda and gmdes the drscussron r B the person who records the drscussron r c parucrpates m the drscussron P D rs also a power user r E none of the above See pages 1327 rs the r A document anatysrs r B mtemew gt E quesuonnarre See page 135 example of what mformauonrgathenng strategy7 document analysts f B rntervrewrng r c 10ml apphcauon desrgn JAD sessrons P D observatron r E quesuonnarres See page 138 7 f t m nudu n rather than hsten to others descnbe n7 23 presented to the approval commlttee v A True r A document analysrs r B lntervlewlng r c Jolnt apphcauon deslgn JAD sesslons w D observatron f E quesuonnalres e pages 1387139 he bnngs together mto a smgle comprehenslve documem the matenal created dunng planmng and analysls A project charter s F D requlrements document f E Vlslon document See page 144145 The functlonal model component of the system proposal mcludes r A a achvrty dragram r B a set of use case descnpuons m r E none of the above ul n l m ls f B False The systems analyst has recommende See page 111 analyst for phase are problem analysls and revlse and resubmlt modelmg e B False E See page 117 25 Few actlvltyrbased costmg and mrormal benehmarldrlg v A True 1quot B False E See page 120 amt PER analysls and technology ellmmauorl r A True B False See page 121 d that the exlsung order entry system be totally rerengmeered The nsk to tlus BPRaeuvrty ls low to moderate r A True gt B False See pages 123 aut mat customer purchase goods wthout the ald of a customer servlce rep The projected costs would be hlgh and the nsk would be great Thls ls an example of EPR A True r B False See page 1217122 chahges r A True v E False E See page 123 t h standalone strategles and should not be comblned m the ahalysls process A True gt B False See page 123 Buslness process automauoh EPA usually provldes only mmor to moderate r A True B False See pages 1237124 you can learn how your orgaruzauorl can do lt better A True f B False See page 121 The lrlteerew schedule llsts all the people who wlll be lrlteerewed when and for what purpose r B False See page 1257125 34 lrlteerewee to elaborate on answer A True r B False See page 127 lt ls easler to ask an lrlteerewee what ls used to perform a task than lt ls to show the lrlterv e sed f A l wee a form and ask what lrlformauorl on the form ls u True B False See page 127 35 screen7quot ls an example of a hlgh level questlorl r A True gt B False See page 128 37 descrlbes the mformauon gathered from me lntervlew r B False E See page 131 Asrls system r A True B False See page 135 39 analysrs on exlstlng forms reports and buslness process models A True r B False See page 138 allocate Lhell ume A True f B False See page 1387139 42 system because they are useful for obcammg facts v A True wf man n 39 quotTorBe A True r B False See pages 1427144 01 for l f B False E See page 138 pamclpams to retum quesuonnaues on a umely basls me P B False See page 135 W van r mrd A True r B False See pages 1327135 questlons as could be done m a oneronrone mtervrew r A True B False See pages 1357137 Because lt ls lrrlporlarlt not to dlsrupt the normal buslrless uncuoru lolrlt appllcauorl f Wff least llkely to be mlssed r A True B False E See pages 1327125 detalls A True r B False See page 128 s Imow that you have a mastery of the subject r A True B False See pages 129 x 49 Root cause ahalysls attempts to nd solutlohs for the busmess problems r A True B False See pages 1187120 50 system and to recommend how to solve these problems m the future system They have through problem ahalysls A True r B False See page 118 lmproyemeht opportuhltles through root cause ahalysls A True r B False See pages 1187120 busmess days process lhto steps and aggregates the total tlme requlremehts for all steps she dlscovers a total tlme of 12 hours The analyst ls employmg the acuvltyrbased costmg ahalysls techhlque r A True B False See page 121 Frrst the analyst vrsrts the partner organrzatron studres and evaluates therr systems and e organrzauon vrsrts the analyst s organrzauon and performs the same servlce Thls process ls example of benchrnarlclng See page 121 A True r B False See page 122 55 mm rs annanal t rneeung They are worlclng on systemaucally evaluatrng the consequences of removlng costrng r A True w B False See page 121 55 functlon and beyond r A True gt B False See pages 1207121 57 outcomes that provlde value to customers r A True B False See page 122 assocrated wth each of the baslc tuncuonal steps or processes f B False See pages 1207121 9 detalled quesuons and then asks the lntervlewee to make general statements about the lntervlew structure f A True B False See page 1287129 0 called the unstructured lntervrew style A True r B False See page 128 X Retake Test n w a V m anal V reeelvable process but she ls not concemed wlth accoums payable or general ledger or me mtegmuon of thls lurormauorl Her analysls wlll asslsl her m deslgmng a TorBe system l r to be used would be mlervrewlrlg A True r B False See pages 125 2 by a few erJAD attempts to ellrrurlale ths alsadvamage A True f B False See page 132 f A True gt B False See page 145 0 0 out of 54 correct Respmesm quesuuns ale rmmaea byue symbm X 1 Am rs a formal my of representmg how a busmess system mteracts mLh rts environment A use case r B physrcat model r cre1auorrsmp P D system boundary r E mgger See page 158 4 diagmm7 r A PC rDlt rE p E See pages 174 5 use case dlagram7 r A PB FOO Dlt urn p A seenano IS the same as an 7 r A use case r Brelauonsh1 c path through a use case P D eoueeuon of use cases See page 157 I A one r B one ormore r c many r n Zero one ormore r E all See page 157 hm has documented a use case that descnbes the tuneuonahty of a system as To compute by the hourly rate that IS recorded m the employee master le from the MS SQLserver database quot Thts IS an example of an use case r oveme r E tmagmany See page 158 Mr use case rs typrcauy created ear1y m the process of understahdrhg the system requrremehts as a my of documehtmg basrc mformauoh about the use case 9 A B detail f C essenual F D real r E rmagmary use case EXCEPT r the use case represents an rmponaht busmess process r E the ruhcuohahty rs umecrrtrcat See page 158 The r A assocrauoh e D generahzatroh r E none of the above The event that causes a use case to begm ls called 3n r A acuon r D arm f E stakeholder e page 170 and the actors7 A assoelauon relauonshlp r B extend relatlonshlp r c lnclude relauonshlp F D genelallzatlon relauonshlp r E none of the above See page 170 case to cover optlonal behavlo r A assoelauon relauonshlp B extend relatlonshlp r c me u e relauons lp P D genelallzatlon relauonshlp r E opuonal relauons l See page 170 r A assoelauon relauonshlp r B extend retatronshrp c mclude retauonshrp 1 u quota E 3i 5 a o a E 0 r E decompose retauonshrp Indmdual steps m a use case should be wntten m the form Object Verb Subject Preposrtron Induect Object Verb Indrrect Object Preposmon D1 E Subject Verb Djrect Object Preposrtron Induect Object E See page 172 If a use case becomes too complex rt should be 7 f A rewntten to sjmphfy 1t B decomposed rnto a set of use cases r c wntten mth a senes of repeaung steps to sjmphfy n F D wntten from the perspectwe of an rndependent observe to srmphty rt F F See pages 1727173 The correct sequence of the major steps In creaung use case dragrams rs v A 1denufy the m nd the major use cases con rm the major use cases create the usercase dragmm r B 1denufy the major use cases expand the major use cases create the usercase dragram con rm the major use cases r c cases con rm the major use cases D cases expand the major use cases r E 1denufy the major use cases Con rm the major use cases expand the major use cases create the usercase dragram ee page 178 x 19 r A 1denufy tb t m ragram and draw the hnes connecung the actors to the use cases B 1denufy the system boundary draw the use cases on the dragram place the actors on the dragram draw the hnes connecung the actors to the use cases r c place the actors on the dragram draw the use cases on the dragram 1denufy the system boundary and draw the hnes connectrng the actors to the use cases D the dragram and draw the hnes connecung the actors to the use cases r E none of the above grves the correct order of steps See pages 1817182 dragram have been created the actors and use cases must be crassrned as 7 r A rncremental average or radrca1 r B sma11 average or1a ge c srmp1e average or complex f D drscreuonary average or urgent r E open average or closed E See page 1827183 X 21 An actorrs a separate system that rnteracts wrth the current system usrng u h a TOPIF that can be accessed uslng standard SQL r A lnerennental r E complex See page 182 A complex use case ls one that has more than umque hansaehons r 37 09 rule FE12 See pages 1837184 See page 158 Use cases are the pnmary drlvers for all of the UMLohaglammlng teehnlques e r B False See page 157 Ah essehual use case descnbes the specl c set of steps to be followed r A True B False See page 158 25 rrhporlahee level A True r B False See page 158 The pnrhary aelor ls the person or drug that starts the execuuon of a use case A True r B False See page 158 The lnclude relauohshrp represerus the opuohal rhelusroh of another use case r A True gt B False See page 170 lhherrlahee ls supporleol m use cases through the geherahzauoh relauohshrp A True r B False See page 170 An allemale or exeepuonal ow In a use case documents the deeomposluon of the normal f eVemS ow 0 r A True B False See pages 1707171 The SVDFI form of sentences ln use cases alds ln the ldenll callon of classes a A True r B False See page 172 A Very complex use case should be broken down lnlo a set of use eases A True r B False See pages 1727173 An actor ls represented m a use case dlagram by a suck gure of a man v A True r B False See page 174 34 ltltlncludegtgt above ll A True f B False See page 174 An actor m a use case must be a person r B False See page 173 An actor m a use case always represents a specl c user r A True B False See page 173 A True r B False See pages 179 s dunng the analysls phase A True f B False See page 193 9 termed a use case f B False See page 158 r A True B False See page 174 f A True gt B False See pages 157 42 technology would llkely be glven arr rmporlarrce level of medlum 1quot A True B False See page 158 A use case Lhatbeglns at the end of the month has a temporal mgger v True 1quot B False See page 170 The use case Take Order has a temporal mgger lf lt begms when a customer calls to place an order q B False place an order that ls not a customer ln ths case the Take Order use case wlll use the Create customer use case to capture the customer Information and then the order wlll be taken Thls ls an example of the extend relatlonshlp between use cases True f B False E See page 170 wth the use case r A True B False e pages 1717172 represents a onerway ow of communlcatlon from the actor to the use case r A True gt B False Use cases are typlcally wntten to document the normal ow of events Exceptlons that 51 goals f A True B False See pages 193 9 assoclallon A True f B False See page 1757175 See page 175 r A True B False See page 178 Object nodes m an acuvlty dlaglam are depleted usmg rectangles v A True r B False E See pages 150 r A True B False See page 152 ows are shown usmg dashed lmes wrth arrows A True f B False See page 152 amp 152 55 used to determme whrch of the paths exmng the node 15 to be haversed A True 1quot B Fa1se See pages 152 Paths comrhg out of a daemon node are aways mutuallyrexcluswe wh1le the paths r A True B False See pages 1527153 back mm a srhg1e ow The value h f B False See page 153 A guard Condmon represents the value of the declslonrtest based on whlch a partrcular path from the deClSlOn node wlll be traversed A True r B False See page 152 Settmg the scope of the actwrty bemg modeled ls a task that can be accomplrshed after completmg the acuvlty dlagram r A True B False See page 155 of the Wmmd mercme palm weng tot11 UUCW ls the sum of the umber of unlque uahsacuorrs m each of the use cases r A True d B False See page 184 A True r B False See pagen 184 63 total gt A True r B False See page 184 UCPJ h wexgm UUCW1s mutttphed by the techmcal complex y factor my the ehvuonmehtat complex y factor ED and the busmessrlmpact factor BIB r A True B False See page 1837184 total UUCW1s mutttphed by the techmcal complex y factor rcn and the ehvuonmehtat complex y factor 5cm f B False See page 1837184 Retake Test 0 0 out of 24 correct Respmmm quesuuns ale mdmaled byue symbol An of arr ahalysrs class represents a prece of rhrorrhauorl that ls relevant to the descrrptrorl of the class F A rhstarlce X r E relauorrshrp See page 209 X 2 Whlch of the followlng would most llkely not be an example of an atmbute7 j 3 2 lt E E cancel apporrltmerlt X 3 Whlch of the followlng types of attnbutes ls not proper m an analysrs class7 r A rutegers of an analysls class ls where the behavlor of the class ls de ned mt on f E abstract class See page 209 Servlce ls another name for 7 f A atlnbute r B class F c abstract class gt D operauon r E object See page 209 A class r B relauonshlp r c ob ect r E opelauon See page 211 An formallzes me lnlelacuons between a Cllent and server object anonshlp quot B contract r c abstract object X 10 f D concrete object r E absuacuon page 211 object as the mscance of a class that recewes a request from another object Client r E CRC 9 an mstance of the class Tms process 1s called r A acung gt B anthropomorphlsm f c mtemewmg r D anamorphous f E observauou See page 211amp 213 r A relauonshlps See page 223 Abstract classes are used to create objects 1 w B False See page 209 Assocrauorr relauorrslups are used for me relauorrslup between lnstances of two classes n WM all n ran aggregauorr relalrorrslup v A True 1quot B False E See page 210 A True 1quot B False E See page 211 The responsrbrlrues of a class can be dlvlded lnto lmowlng and dolng types A True r B False See page 211 f A True B False See page 221 16 X the opemuons tor the c1ass on the card A True r B Fa1se See page 225 X 17 A c1ass symbol has the attnbutes hsted m the top compartment r A True B Fa1se See page 215 X 18 The default v1s1b1l1ty of an attnbute m a c1ass anagram 1s pubhc r A True B Fa1se See page 213 X 19 A constructor opemuon creates a new thstahce of a class V A True r B Fa1se See page 215 The muluplrerty onerorrmore on a relauorrsrup ls slgnl ed by the uotatrorr 1 M r A True B False See page 217 The muluplrerty 1 or more on a relauorrslup ls slgnl ed by the notauorr 1 t w A True f B False See page 217 2 class that has us own attnbutes and methods A True r B False See page 217 3 verbs suggest posslble opemtlons r A True B False See page 223 4 common objects m the text of the usercase descnptlous r A True B False b bun See page 223 Retake Test 0 0 out of 52 conect Respnmsm questions ale lmmaea bytle sympol X 1 The extemal behavlor of a system ls descnbed by a A runcuonalmode s r E statechart dlagrams See pages 2387 X 2 An analyst deplcts the statlc ylew of an mfol matlon system wth r secase models f E statechart dlagrams See pages 2387 X 3 The two types of mtemctlon dlaglams are dlaglams ce f E statechart and object See page 239 focus on the class dlagmm ls at the level r A class object D object class I E mgh low page 240 s an mstanuauon of a class b te E object See page 240 descnbes mrormauon about an object nbute r E mstance See page 240 7 are Information that IS Sent to objects to tell It to execute one of HS behavxors r A atmbutes r B operauons w c messages F D mstances r E usercases See page 240 x s A atysts use to show the objects that parucrpate m a use case and the messages that pass between the objects over urne tor one parucutar use case A structuml models B sequence dragrarns r c couaborauon dragrarn F D c1ass dragrarns r E behavrorat state rnachrnes Q See page 240 9 X r A m a1phabeuca1 order down the srde of the dragrarn r B m a1phabeuca1 order across the top of the dragrarn f r E actors and objects are not both shown on a sequence dragrarn See page 241 X 10 The focus In a sequence dragrarn rs on r A How actors mtemct wtth objects to reahze a gwen use case r B Messages sent by actors to other objects r c when an object rs bemg created P D when messages are bemg destroyed E urne ordenng of messages bemg passed between objects See page 246 X 11 The order of messages on a sequence dragrarn goes from to r A nght to tett r B bottom to top r E left to rrght top to bottom See page 243 X 12 m rtrrdt 357 r A recurswernessagrng r B selfrmessagmg c selfrdelegauon F D recurswedetegatron r E none of the above See page 243 X 13 The rst step m buuohng a sequence ohagrarn rs to A set the context 4quot B rdentrty whrch objects wru parucrpate r c set the hfelme for each object P D and the focus of control to each object s hfelme r E vahdate the sequence dragrarn See page 243 X 14 am undrrected hne r A procedure calls 39 C assoclauon r D message r E relauohshlp See page 248 The acronym CRUDstahds for q read update delete r E collaborate reference update dlscard See page 255 an object ls de ned by the value of lts attnbutes and lts relatlohshlps wth e s The of other objects at a partlcular pomt m tlm EV r E mnsmon See page 250 Modellng the real world wth behavloml models ls relauvely easy r A True B False See pages 2387239 18 modl ed f A True gt B False See pages 2387239 Each object can both send and recelve messages A True r B False See page 240 f A True B False See page 240 d B False See page 241 22 the end of me llfellrle f A True B False See page 241 When arr object sends a message to ltself rt ls called selfrdelegatlon r A True gt B False See page 243 lt ls posslble for art object to delete another object rue r B False See page 243 u commurucauorl anagram True B False E See page 246 Commurueatrorl anagram can show return messages r True q B False See page 243 u h ulrlusea A True r B False See page 243 28 assoclatlorls between the objects paruclpate m the commumcatlorl A True r B False See page 243 ln a CRUD matnx D represents Done B False See page 255 r A True B False See page 255 31 actlorls down the slde gt B False See page 255 32 passes through m response to events r A True B False See page 250 33 begms to act r A True B False See page 251 A True f B False See page 2477248 Addlng messages ls me last step m bulldlng a commumcauon dlagram7 r A True B False See page 249 1 symbols CRUD mamx f A True gt B False See page 255 CRUD maulees are useful m the step Set the Contextquot of bullalng a collaborauon diagmm 7 r A True gt B False See page 255 38 111 um changes the object s scale v A True f B False E See page 250 um ulna W State to another A True f B False See page 250 40 and cannot be lnlenupled r A True gt B False See page 250 5 A A common ls rejected r A True 41 anagram r A True B False See page 252 On a behavroral state dlagmm an arrow ls used to represent an acuon r A True B False See page 252 f A True gt B False See page 250 An acuon ls an alomlc nonrdecomposable process that cannot be lnterrupted A True f B False See page 250 w B False E See page 250 X 46 An lmual state m a behavloral state anagram ls shown usmg a small lled clrcle A True r B False See page 252 gtlt ldenu cauon of me rruual nal and states of the object ls the nal steps of bulldlng a behavroral state dragram 1 A True B False See page 254255 X 839 mm d A True r B False r A True B False See page 242 Retake Test A True f B False See page 243 r A True B False See page 243 For sequence commumcatlon and behavloml state dlaglams a fmme deplcts the boundanes between related dlagrams r A True gt B False See pages 242 247 252 0 0 out of 35 correct Reapnnsestn quesuuns ale lrdmalzd hythe symhnl X 1 To ayord the classrc deslgn mrstake of feature creepquot the analyst should F A r B lncrease the schedule to lnclude leamlng tlme E use raprd apphcauon development techmques or tlmeboxmg See page 273 2 t X rt may make sense to out the slmllanues lnto a separate class F A re ne r E separate See page 290 layer contarns among other thrngs the classes that represent the tundamental X 3 The data types r A problem domaln r B system archltecture r c humanrcomputer lntemctlon r D data management E toundatlon See page 293 The layer addresses how the software wlll execute on specl c computers and networks r A foundauon r B system archltecture f c humanrcomputer lnteractlon r D data management w E problem domaln problem domaln classes ls the layer r A roundauon r B system archltecture c humanrcomputer lntelactlon F D data managemen r E problem domaln See page 293 layer addresses the lssues mVOleg the perslstence of the objects contalned m r B system archltecture r c humanrcomputer lntelactlon gt D data management I E problem domaln See page 293 7 To ayold the classlc deslgn mlstake of sllyer bullet syndromequot the analyst should f A lncrease the schedule to lnclude leamlng tlme X 10 r B move proposed changes lnto future verslons r c not Switch or upglade development tools unless there ls a compelllng need D not use a deslgn tool that appears too good to be true r E use lapld appllcauon development technlques or tlmeboxmg An advantage of custom development ls that the organlzatlon can 7 r A accept functlonallty that ls not a perfect t w B bulld technlcal sldlls and functlonal lmowledge r c lnstall ln a short penod of tlme F D remove all nsk from the prolect r E save money on the purchase See pages 2997300 An advantage of purchaslng packaged software ls that the organlzatlon can 7 f A accept funcuonallty that ls not a perfect t r B bulld technlcal sldlls and functlonal lmowledge r c have developers cllmb the lmowledge ladder F D make stlateglc changes dunng lmplementauon E save money on the purchase See page 3017302 A dlsadvantage of purchaslng packaged software ls that the organlzauon may 7 v A accept funcuonallty that ls not a perfect t r B bulld technlcal sldlls and functlonal lmowledge r c make stlateglc changes dunng lmplementauon F D remove all nsk from the prolect r E save money on the purchase E See pages 3017302 The process of buudrng new systems by Combmmg packaged software exrstrng 1egacy s ystems and new software wntten to mtegmte eyerythrng together rs caued 1 E workaround See page 301 r E pararnetenzrng See page 301 The decrsron on whrch desrgn strategy to use depends on umque the busmess need rs r B the experuse of the project manager r c the urgency of the project F D the amount of mrhouse expenence gt E an of the above See page 305 x 14 Mr mamx can be used to orgaruze the pros and cons of the deslgrl altematwes so that the best soluuorl wlll be chosen m the end a A altemauve r B costberle t r c reaslblllty F D deslgn r E evaluatlorl 3057307 X 15 appllcatlorls A True r B False See page 294 X 16 A package ls a logleal grouplng of UMLelemerlts v A True r B False E See page 294 x 17 b hmn a H mm system r A True gt B False See page 299 19 and proven than to bulld a system from scratch A True True B False See pages 2997300 tested r B False See page 301 20 Applreauou Program luterraee AP A True r B False See page 302 programmers A True r B False See page 3027303 Plral d nmr Tn l an n l Fa la development would be the best deslgn strategy f B False See page 304305 easlly recognlzable bene ts r A True B False See page 301 r A True B False E See page 303 mm marl when the busmess need Is not unlque and does not have speclal requlrements A True f B False See pages 2997300 s lt wlll be easlel to custom bulld the system because the company employees wth those s 510115 wlll be able to qulckly leam the new system wlth Very httle tmmm f B False See page 304305 7 package wrapper r A True B False E See page 302 s applreauon to handle speeral needs r A True B False E See page 301 True B False See page 301 0 may lose control over con denual lnformauon A True r B False See page 303 A value added Contact provldes for the outsourcer to gam a percentage of the completed e ts systems ben gt A True r B False See page 303 f A True B False See page 3057305 33 and cons can be easlly compared r A True B False See page 3057307 v A True r B False See page 287 35 descrlptlorl r A True B False See page 287 Retake Test 0 0 out of 29 correct X Resphhsem quesuuns ale rmmaed bythe symhm ystem r B partmohpackage r c hbrary P D classobject E method See pages 3197320 s havmg the abrhty to send the same message to drrrereht objects whrch can be 2 mean mterpreted drrterehtty by dlfferem objects r A encaps lauoh u F D specrahzauoh r Esub1ecuv1ty See pages 3217322 rs serrt to the object In order to get an object to perform a method a r ommct See page 320 r c cormaseehee r D muluple mherrtahee r E smgle mherrtahee task Thrs prmerpte rs often referred to as 7 r A eouphhg B eohesroh r c cormaseehee F D muluple mherrtahee r E none of the above See page 328 What are the two types of oouphhg m obteotohehted systems7 r A mtemcuon data r B data mhemance r c data stamp W D mtemcuon mhentance E data Common page 325 r these methods are exhrbmhg couphhg f A pnvate data r B fnendshlp E content or pathologlcal X s Objectronented systems have three general types ofcoheslon 7 7 and r A method class mhemance r B method generallzatlonlspeclahzauon mhemance r c generallzatlonspeclallzahon class object D method class generallzatlonspeclahzauon r E runctlonal sequenual procedural See page 328 X 9 A class has an atmbute ln whlch a range of values has a semanuc meanlng Thls class has connascence P D Algonthm r E Posltlon ee pages 31332 x 10 Fmom refers to 7 A the number of attrlbutes a class has B the number of messages sent by a method r c the number of tlmes a message ls sent by a method P D the number of tlmes an attnbute ls passed from a class f E the number of mstances of a class at run me See page 338 11 object rue B False See page 321 True B False See page 322 It ls posslble for a subclass to lnhent from more than one superclass A True r B False See page 324 r A True B False See pages 3257325 Hrgh levels of mhentance couplmg m a system are aways good and desrrable r A True B False See page 325 Conuacts document the message passlng that takes place between objects A True f B False See page 346 A For statement slmply performs some actlon r True B False See page 350 Funcuonal method coheslon ls the best type of method coheslon r B False See page 329 The worst type of method coheslon ls Funcuonal method coheslon f A True B False See page 329 Comcldemal coheslon and ths type of Coheslon ls desuable gt A True r B False See page 329 Comcldemal coheslon and ths type of Coheslon ls undeslrable A True r B False See page 329 Class coheslon addresses the senslblllty of the lnhemance luerarchy r A True B False See page 330 23 luerarchy A True f B False See page 330 24 me coupllng between me encapsulauorr boundarres r A True gt B False See pages 331 A selfrcontalned encapsulated plece of sortume that can be plugged mto a system ls often em referred to as a f A True gt B False deslgh a patt See page 333 f A True B False See page 343 ltems that tngger the ruheuohallty of the program are lmoum as events A True r B False See page 349 s lmplemeht the method are lmown as pseudocode d B False See pages 343 and 347 Ah If statemeht m Structured Engllsh specl es some aetloh to be performed r A True I B False See page 349 Retake Test 0 0 out of 29 correct X1 X3 X4 Respmesm quesuuns ale rmmated bytle symbol Data may be stored m the followlng tormats r A databases r B es f c ermues and les F es E les and databases See page 352 SQL operates on r A rows of dam ata time F B columns of data at a trme r E any of the aboye See page 355 The type of database that ls most capable of supportmg complex data types ls f E random access les See page 358 A relauorral database may be opumrzed for r A data type and storage ef clency r B relauonal type e c w E storage ef clency and speed of access See page 3827383 5 contalnlng elds that are dependent on a whole pnmary key ls In normal form balanced r c pnmary IV D second E thlrd page 384385 If the data model does not have any yepedhng em lt ls m f E thlrd normal form See page 384 If v M then lt ls ln vrolauon of the rules of 7 r A base normal form r B rst normal form f c nonrnol39mal form F D second normal form w E thrd normal form See page 385 amp 388 speed of data access the data analyst wlll me physreal model r A cluster F D normalrze r E opumlze Q See page 3897390 9 pnmary key order ms opumlzlng access speed process ls called 7 r A denormalrzauon r B lndexmg r c luter le clusterng D mua le clusterng r E Volumemcs See page 391 o the values wlthln the table ls called am A lndex r B lnter le cluster f c lmm le cluster F D raw data calculauon r E Volumemc See page 391 B False See page 352 A True f B False See page 353 onertorone mappmg v A True r B False E See page 372 RDRM f mm 4 1s a stmghtforward onertorone mappmg r A True B False See page 3597370 15 query wlucn rncreases the speed of data access gt A True r B False See page 389 15 appllcatlon and are usually kept for long penods of lame wlth new records appended to the end of the le True B False See page 354 represented correctly True B False See page 382 8 data normallzauon clustenng and lndexmg gt B False See page 389 Cluslenng srrnrlar records logeuner ls one way of reduclng access urne 21 long penods of me and ls regularly updated IV A True t B False See page 3907391 Sequehtral access les are Very emereht for operatrorls such as report wntmg gt r B False See pages 354 l n rmaH kttf r r B False See pages 355 A le that stores core mformatlon lmportaht to the busmess ls an audlt le a B False See pages 355 23 after lmages of data as lt ls altered so that lt can be valldated later A True f B False See page 355 4 applreauorls or complex systems lnvolvlng graplues vldeo and sound gt A True r B False See page 359 25 relauorlal DBMS A True r B False See page 355 26 and null values A True f B False See page 405 the mud normal form r A True B False See page 384 s stomge medlum 5 called lndexmg w B False See page 390 See page 382 Remke Test 0 0 out of 42 correct X4 Rspnnss m qlzsunrs ale lrdmaied bthe ymbul 1 Noyrce users pr fer whlle expert users prefer F se oruse ease orleamrng r E ease of learmng consrstency See page 419 r e left to nght and top to bottom to mlnlmlze the user s movements ls 7 r A aestheucs r B consrstenc r 1 content aumeness D layout r E user expenence See pages 4137415 where heshe ls ln the system and what rnrormauon ls berng drsplayeal ls t A aestheucs r B consrstency v 1 content aumeness r D layout r E user expenence TE See pages 4157417 ln user lnterface desrgn use scenanos wlll r A descnbe all posslble paths through the system w B descnbe the most frequent paths taken through the use cases F c D repeat the content of the system s data models r E repeat the content of the system s process models See pages 4217422 An one ma r A data ow dra rarn r B mterface standard desrgn c wmdow navrgatron dragrarn r D storyboard F E use scenano See page 423 reports and forms to hrghhght rrnportantrntorrnahon tsare the 7 r A tnterface metaphor r B mterface objects 0 C mterface actions 9 D mterface rcons r E mterface ternp1ates See page 425 de nes the geneml appearance of an screens m the rnrorrnahon system r A mterface desrgn proto e r E use scenano See page 425 s L the users lnleracuon wth the system7 p E a E v D usablllly tesun g r E mlkrthrough evaluallon See page 429 9 used7 r A Command languages r B Dlrect manlpulauon t c Menus D Nalulal languages r E All ofthe above are about the same See page 431 Movlng les by dmggmg and droppmg ls an example of inavlgauon controls r A command language B dlrect manlpulauon r C menus f D natuml language r E lconrbased See page 432 l r processing mecmmm ls A mrlme processmg 14 A77 address correspond to the correct state name 0 A completeness r B batch processrng r E realrnme processrng Q See page 435 12 to nouce the x or z Bysomng the rnrormauon m thrs way Laura has rntroduced mto the v anager s decrsron process A bras r B rntormatron avauabrhty r c rntormatron overload r D realrume repomng r E ease of use See pages 4437445 r D summary r E tumaround See page 4457446 for example v B consrstency The the lnformatlon that ls needed 15 the output rnecnanlsrn r A True r E mnge ee page 4417442 only A understand report usage 6 B rnlnlrnlze blas c rnanage lntorrnatlon load 9 D realrume reportlng r E none of the above See page 443 w B False See page 412 17 ll apply to the mtel39face deslgn pnnclple of content aumeness A True 9 B False See page 415 A True 9 B False 19 needed r A T 22 mechanism and the output mechanism all of whlch are closely lhtertwmed A True v B False See page 4207421 Lhelr See page 4217422 dA True r B False TE See page 424 the lhput r B False See page 412 All parts of the Interface whether navigation lhput or output should provlde as much content lnegularly v A True F B False See page 415 aspects of me new system r A True B False TE See pages 419 system they wlll lmow how to lntemctwlth the rest A True r B False See page 4197420 See page 424 on a formal Checkllst A True r B False E See page 429 mterface templates A True 9 B False See page 425 X 29 h t throughout an appllcauon r A True B False See page 431 x 30 The roleal computer system permrts users to enter mvalrd data mto the system Thls data ls later r A True B False TE See page 441 31 r X A True F B False See page 441 X 32 The goal of expects v A True r B False The goal l The goal l s 35 desl See page 430 deslgmng them to rmrurhlze lhrorrhatloh overload and bras B False See page 435 tem p rruhlrhlzmg keystrokes d A True r B False See page 443 ghedr managers to select that whlch they wlsh to use A True B False See page 443 tune as the event or uahsactloh promptmg the lhput r A True B False See page 435 scenarlos gt A Tru e F B False See page 421 8 could go wrong r A True B False See page 421 9 pnnclple A True r B False See page 419 expenenced and well aware of the content on the screens then the deslgn of the screen can be slmpll ed to take advantage of that awareness r A True 0 B False See page 415 1 ll clear to the user what content IS belng ohsplayeol A True r B False Retake Test See page 415 or all me mterface prototype deslgns HTMLprototypes are me most detaxled r A True B False See page 427 0 0 out of 46 correct X Reapnmsm quesuuns ale quotdimmed bythe symbot r A app1rcauorr1ogrc r r E presentauorr 1ogrc See pages 464465 A Server can be a r r E lowrend personal computer See page 465 The runctrorr that allows data to be stored and retneved rs caued r a c data stora e r D presentauorr togrc r E networktogrc See page 465 functrons7 X6 r A appllcauon loglc and data storage r E data storage loglc and presentauon loglc wnat ls one prlrnary problern wlth serverrbased cornpuung archltectures7 apaclty r B Chem terrnlnals are no longer made by hardmre vendors r c lt ls dlmcult to rnalntaln secunty m the serverrbased envlronrnent F D r E Servers cannot be manufactured qulckly by vendors Servers are no longer made by nardume vendors See page 465 Seal1171le refers to the p A r B tact that there ls no central polnt of tallure m the system r c deployment of mlddlemre m the system F D support of many dlfferent types of cllents and servers r E ease of decreaslng the cost of the mfmstructure dunng economlc downturn f A presentauon loglc B appllcauon loglc r c data access loglc f D data storage r E any of the above can be spread across two or more sets of servers Servers7 A lntrastructure cost of development ease of deyelo rnent 7 7 r A control and secunty scalablllty cost otprograrnrnln r B lntel39face capabllltles control and secunty Costofprogmmmmg v c lntel39face capabllmes control and secunty scalablllty 1 U a 5 Equot 52 2 8 E 8 aquot d 1 r E lntel39face capabllltles scalablllty cost orprograrnrnlng See page 471 H ha projected organlzatlonal growth at 50 per year for the next ve years wlth thls growth should select ls f A serverrbased r B Cllentrbased v c Cllentrserver f D networkrbased r E Cllentrnetwork server ee pages 4657467 A network model wlll deptct 7 r A cltents r B network equtpment r c external networks F D servers E all of the above See pages 4757478 Elements of a deployment dragram lnclude 7 r A Nodes amtaets and loeauons of mtddleware components r B cuent PCs servers and loeauons otapplteauon loglc modules r c Servers external networks and data access loglc P D ananlyservers E Nodes amtaets and commumeauon paths See page 4737474 future requlrements 7 r A Teenmeal envtronment requtrements r B System lntegmtlon requlrements r c Portabtlttyrequtrements D Matntatnabtltty requlremems f E Capacltyrequlrements X 16 See page 482 wnrcn one of the followmg rs not part of the secunty requrrernentsv r A System value esumates ems r c Access control requrrernents f D Encrypuon and authenucauon reqmrements r E Vrrus control requrrernents nrte the pnvate key rs used to 7 w a A Encrypt data decrypt data r E Encrypt logm rd encrypt password See page 485 The pubhc key mfmstmcture PKI rs r A hardware r B softmre r c organrzatrons P D poucres E an of the above E See page 4857487 17 mfecuon each year gt A 90 See page 487 r A adrhoc B concurrent r E global See page 488 to the country Knowledge of these norms ls lrnportant when developlng global lntormauon systems F B f C P D ldlosyncmtlc quot E unsmted speeralrzed yanable See page 489 server by nayrng bour perform some of me appllcatlon funcuons A True r B False See page 465 A threeruered archltecture uses only three sets of computers elrenls database servers and appllcallon servers A True r B False See page 468 Senlor management has establlshed me prlonty for me new system as user nendly and should recommend a cllentrserver based compuung archltecture gt A True r B False See page 4657468 seryer compuung r A True v B False See page 471 The purpose of the network model ls to convey the complexlty of the system to show how hardware and softmre speer eauon A True r B False See page 475 ln a deployment dragram typreally a node ls labeled wrth a stereotype wrth the stereotype web server A True r B False See page 4737474 27 language and must be rernstalled before a specl c language can be used a A True r B False See page 488 Most systems are not bullt to use the exlsung mfrastructure m the organlzatlon so the current lnfmstmcture rarely restncts the cholce of archltecture w B False See page 471 9 slngle locauou r A True B False See page 472 so mteraetrorr layer ls called applrcatrorr loglc r A True B False See page 465 31 the nodes of the physrcal areluteeture A True r B False See page 4737474 Commumcatlon paths may be stereotyped A True r B False See page 4737474 33 predret how fast the system should operate r A True 35 capaerty requrrements r A True an m nt t w B False See page 4827483 Speed requrrements whlch are one land of performance requrrements attempt to predret r A True B False See page 4827483 B False See page 483 36 thousands of dollars r A True B False See page 465 Encryptlon and authenucauon requlrements address secunty requlrements A True r B False See page 485 customxzauon reqmrements f A True B False See page 488 39 archnectures man the serverrbased archnecmres r A True B False See page 490 cultumlpolmcal reqmrements A True r B False See page 490 1 stomge and presentauon logxc f A True B False See page 465 n rf man data a um and data 42 cllents ths network ls an example of a fourrtlered archltecture r A True B False See page 468 43 be more scalable compared to Cllentrserver archltectures f A True B False See page 471 language relnstalled before ll can be used r A True B False See page 488 5 specl cauon document f B False See page 493 Cost of ownershlp ls an estlmate of the cost of marnlenance of the system F B False See page 493 Retake Test 0 0 out of 41 correct X Respnnsesm questions ale manned hythe symhul r A lmproperly named programmers r B rnadequate plannrng c poor analysrs desrgn rnstallatron or project management 1 c 390 o 2 390 a an E m ng r E shortened tesung penods See page 505 A annual salary of a programmer r E value of the entrre systems team See page 530 Regular meetrngs of a systems project team v A e courage communlcauon f E should not be held unless necessary See page 508 An de nes a senes of tests that wlll be conducted to ldentlfy errors m programmrng f A rntegrauon test ne busmess requrrements for usabxhty secunty and performance r A Acceptance tesun r B Beta tesung f c Integrauon testrng D System testrng f E Unrttesung See page 520 app1rcatron software and marntarn rt after the system rs rnstaued r A Acceptance r B Integrauon r c Navrgauon See page 520 perform a specr c funcuon rs lmown as r A proceduml conesron r B procedures manuals w c reference documents r D sequehual cohesloh f E tutorials See page 521522 Am ls a haylgauoh control for onrllne documeutauou that provldes access mto tople usmg lmponaht keyword r A ageht Search q r 0 table of contents B lhdex f D text search f E webrllke llhks See page 522 Toplcs m the text documehtauoh should be wntteh from the Vlewpolnt of the programmers r D what the system can do r E the class model See page 524 m deyelopmg documehtauoh use 7 F A the actlve volce r B epnme style r c parallel grammaucal structures gt D all of the above r E none of the above See page 525 ln developlng doeurnenlauon use r A formal language gt B srrnple lan uage r c leennreal language I D all of the above r E none of the above See page 525 12 development doeurnenlauon erealron and new operalrng procedures generauon r B False See page 505 v A True f B False See page 517 wthout error r A True B False See page 520 gtlt 15 get large amounts of mrormatloh qulckly r A True B False See page 525 1s lmplemehtatloh phase v A True 1quot B False E See page 510 17 programmers and analysts test the system wthout formal test plahs A True f B False See page 510 mu lar nr v A True r B False See page 510 The four approaches to umt testmg are user Interface testmg use scehano testmg data 23 If project ow testmg and system lnterface testmg most projects use all four approaches f A True B False See page 517 madeup data and beta testmg where users begm to use the system wth real data but are carefully monltored for errors r A True t B False See page 520 21 enable them to bulld lt or mamtam lt after the system ls mstalled f A True B False See page 520 can be used far away from the computer ltselr A True r B False See page 521 A True w B False See page 510 24 technology a A True r B False See page 510 5 as rt ls de ned m the program specr cauous 1 A True B False See page 517 26 turn and tested A True r B False See page 518 Beta testmg uses real data A True r B False See page 518 stubs 32 as procedures manual A True User documemallorl couslsls of user s manuals lrammg manuals and onrllne help systems r B False See page 520 29 an example of mleglauorl lesurlg r A True B False See page 518 A True f B False See page 517 31 several computer runeuorls or steps r A True d B False See page 521 r B False E See page 522 3 to read me malenal from slarl to nlsh A True r B False See page 522 sentence ls use erpnme stylequot r A True B False See page 525 35 scan text to nd me lnfol39mauon needed IS use epnme stylequot r A True B False See page 525 and Provlde lmponam Detallsquotto Gulllng me Help Desk Dlallng the Phonequot and Provldlng lmponanl Detallsquot IS an example of lmplememmg me use me actlvequot guldellne for cra mg documentauon B False The change from Select the rm See page 525 u want to copy Pmrmg the copy button wlll copy the o a copy use fnendly languagequot for erartmg documentauou r A True B False See page 525 38 to bequot style follows the documentauou guldellne erpnme quot r B False See page 525 v A True r B False See page 525 The number of errors found wlll be lowest m the beta testmg stage of testmg v A True f B False E See page 513 x 41 Retake Test The goal of acceptance testmg IS for the sponsors to con rm that the system IS complete the sponsors r A True B False See page 520 0 0 out of 44 correct X1 Respnnsesm quesuuns ale manned hythe symhnt r A Asrls system transmon and TorEe system r B hold shuf e and fold r c SDLC RAD and EPR f D support marntarn and assess a E untreeze move and refreeze See page 534 Whrch of the followmg rs the most costly aspect of the rnstauahon process7 em r E analysrs See page 535 In ta hard ar w ta tn ar r A change management process w B conversron p1an r c drrect conversron actryrty F D le and database conversron r E purchase or rent process See page 537 x 4 Cold turkey blg bang and abrupt cutrover are alternauye names for Converslon A dlrect f E slmultaneous See page 538 The Converslon strategy that wlll requlre the least amount of um ls n F D parallel Converslon of the system by modules at all locatlons slmultaneous r E All are about the same In terms of me See pages 5417542 Phll and Maryanne would llke to proylde Converslon adylce to the TRLCOL company when lt converts the manuractunng and chemlcal mlxmg computer system TRLCOL Converslon locauon and style should they recommend7 r A dlrect and arallel r B modular and pllot q E pllot and parallel See pages 5417543 7 surylye Whlch Converslon style and modules would you recommend7 f A dlrect and modular r E srmultaneous and whole system See page 541 f A convert data r B lnstall hardware r c lnstall softmre gt D mouyate adopuon r E wnte plan See page 559 9 new system are normally r A 5710 See pages 5497550 organrzauonal needs ls called 7 r A change management f B project assessment a c system marntenance 1 If system before you mstau rt r A a day 12 transrtron to the new system f A streamlrne f D system reyrew r E system support See page 554 r E two months See page 557 F D ngnt srze r E rmproye See page 552 When tmmmg users from a collectmsuc culture 1t makes sense to use r A onlme support OLS r B frequently asked quesuons FAQ r c onrdemand uammg OD v D teamrbased teamm TEL r E computerrbased trammg CET APS Systems would llke to convert to the new system wrth yery lrttle nsk The rdeal ml V See page 535 4 orgamzauohal leammg rue r B False E See page 555 rst as part of a prlot test ths ls called phased eohyersroh r A True B False E See pages 539 modules of the ehtrre system are mstalled at one trme m three or more phases A True r B False See page 540 d and a modular eohyersroh A True r B False See page 541 1s Onlme supporl the most Common form of onrdemand ualnlng lncludes the ematlon and help screens bullt lnlo the system as well as separate Web sltes that provlde answers to frequently asked quesuons A True r B False 19 X percelved costs and bene ts because people act not on what ls uue but on what they 11 e to be true See page 545 X 20 Dlrect eonverslon where the new system ls tumed on and the old system ls lrnrneollalely turned off ls me slmplest and most sualgnlforward method but ll ls also the most nsky A True r B False X 21 and f men the system ls lnstalled at me rernalnlng loeauons r A True d B False See page 539 4 system are part of the Converslon plan elther phased or slmultaneous Converslon because lf bugs do occur they occur In only pllot test locatlons A True r B False See page 539 23 converslon v A True f B False E See page 534 the new r A True B False See page 537 to the new system pnor to full lmplementatlon ls lmown as pllot converslon A True f B False See page 539 s p result In hlgh rlsk whlle requmng an enormous amount of me f A True B False See pages 5417542 one module at a me the orgamzauorl ls usmg pllot converslorl approach r A True B False See page 540 s orgamzauorl A True r B False See page 543 F tath hm ensurmg clear llnes of command r A True B False See page 546 be reslstant adopters r A True B False See page 5497550 System would be computerrbased trammg rue gt B False See page 551 32 bugs m the system v A True r B False E See page 555 project acuvmes A True f B False See page 555 34 development projects r A True gt B False See page 554 35 system assessment r A True B False See page 552 The operatlons group takes care of system malntenance r A True B False See page 552 37 of the organlzauon A True r B False See page 552 Rather than attempung to teach the users all the teatures of the system trarnrng should and ensure that users are truly expert ln those A True r B False See page 550 or the potenual adopters 40 to 50 are reluctant A True f B False See page 550 strategles are often used slmultarleously gt B False See page 549 transrtrorr to the newly rustalled system v A True f B False E See page 549 v A True f B False E See page 535 End users from low power drstarree cultures may have dlf cultles expresslng what they warrt for rear of offendlng Lhelr bosses r A True B False See page 535 44 x car allows the users to go at then pace gt A True r B False See page 535 Retake Test
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