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1.
“Just in time” systems design is a popular technique used in adaptive approaches to projects.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
2.
In object-oriented design, the design models are extensions of the analysis models.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
3.
One tenet of Agile philosophy is that while analysis models may be useful, it generally is not necessary
to develop design models.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
4.
The objective of object-oriented analysis is to identify the objects that must work together to carry out
each use case.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
5.
Software systems can generally be divided into three types of systems: single-user systems, enterprise-
level systems, and Web-based systems.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
6.
The primary difference between Web based systems and non-Internet systems is in how the view layer
interacts with the domain and data access layers.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
7.
The objective of object-oriented detailed design is to identify and specify all the objects that must
work together to carry out each use case.
ANS: T
PTS:
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8.
The most important model in object-oriented detailed design is a class diagram.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
9.
One big difference between an Internet based system and a Client/Server system is that an Internet
system maintains state information.
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ANS: F
PTS:
1
10.
The interface for a component in a component diagram is denoted by a ball or a port.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
11.
Two layer architectures are interesting in theory, but are seldom if ever used.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
12.
The primary difference between a design class symbol and a problem domain class symbol is the
addition of method signatures.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
13.
Detailed Object-oriented design (OOD) is done on a use case-by-use case basis.
ANS: T
PTS:
1
14.
Developers do not typically add more classes to design class diagrams than were originally defined in
the domain model.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
15.
It is usually a bad idea to try to include user-interface classes to a CRC design.
ANS: F
PTS:
1
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1.
Which of the following is NOT part of a multilayer object-oriented design (OOD)?
a.
Database access
c.
User input form
b.
Problem domain object
d.
Functional module
ANS: D
PTS:
1
2.
Which analysis model serves as an input model to a design class diagram?
a.
Use case diagram
c.
Domain model class diagram
b.
Activity diagram
d.
System sequence diagram (SSD)
ANS: C
PTS:
1
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