CIS 339 Final Exam A software engineering process (SEP), also known as a software development process, defines the ______ of developing software.

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CIS 339 Final Exam A software engineering process (SEP), also known as a software development process, defines the ______ of developing software.

Question 1.1. (TCO 1) A software engineering process (SEP), also known as a software development process, defines the ______ of developing software. (Points : 6)
[removed] who, what, when and how
[removed] why, what and when
[removed] why, what and how
[removed] None of the above
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Question 2.2. (TCO 1) The four phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle are _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] analysis, gathering, modeling, and diagramming
[removed] construction, installation, testing, and converting
[removed] designing, charting, formatting, and structuring
[removed] planning, analysis, design, and implementation
[removed] system request, feasibility, planning, and staffing

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Question 3.3. (TCO 2) In a use case description, the Alternate Flow section contains _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] logic that is rarely executed
[removed] alternative paths that capture errors, branches, and interrupts to the main flow
[removed] logic from a separate use case
[removed] the starting logic in the use case

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Question 4.4. (TCO 2) An activity diagram is made of _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] use case nodes, object nodes, flows, and control nodes
[removed] action nodes, actor nodes, flows, and control nodes
[removed] action nodes, object nodes, flows, and class nodes
[removed] action nodes, object nodes, control flows, and control nodes
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Question 1.1. (TCO 3) Behavior is another name for _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] attribute
[removed] class
[removed] abstract class
[removed] operation
[removed] object
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Question 2.2. (TCO 3) Which of the following is NOT part of a CRC card? (Points : 6)
[removed] Class name
[removed] Collaborators
[removed] Responsibilities
[removed] Developers name

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Question 3.3. (TCO 4, 5, 8) A System Analyst depicts the Class diagram view of an information system with _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] use case models
[removed] structural models
[removed] behavioral models
[removed] interaction diagrams
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Question 4.4. (TCO 4, 5, 8) The behavioral UML diagrams that are used to describe the internal dynamic behavior (behavioral modeling) of information systems are _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] use case diagram, class diagram, and sequence diagram
[removed] use case diagram, sequence diagram, and communication diagram
[removed] sequence diagram, communication diagram, and state machine diagram
[removed] sequence diagram, communication diagram, and method contract
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Question 5.5. (TCO 4, 5, 8) The time ordering of messages is represented by the _____. (Points : 6)
[removed] communication diagram
[removed] object diagram
[removed] use case diagram
[removed] sequence diagram
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Question 6.6. (TCO 4, 5, 8) Interaction diagrams focus on _____ level. (Points : 6)
[removed] use case and sequence
[removed] object
[removed] communication
[removed] class

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Question 7.7. (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 : 6)
[removed] structural models
[removed] sequence diagrams
[removed] communication diagrams
[removed] class diagrams

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Question 1.1. (TCO 6) After a set of candidate packages has been identified, you should then attempt to minimize the public members of the packages and the dependencies between the packages by: (Points : 6)
[removed] moving classes between packages
[removed] renaming packages
[removed] removing packages.
[removed] adding more packages

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Question 2.2. (TCO 6) A Layer represents an _______ of the software architecture of the evolving system. (Points : 6)
[removed] object
[removed] element
[removed] attribute
[removed] instance

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Question 3.3. (TCO 6) Preliminary or architectural design is the activity that begins the transition from the analysis, or business domain, to the _______ domain. (Points : 6)
[removed] problem
[removed] interface
[removed] solution
[removed] conversion
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Question 4.4. (TCO 6) Of all the commonly used OO languages, only ____ and ___ currently support templates. (Points : 6)
[removed] C++; Java
[removed] C#; Java
[removed] Visual Basic, Java
[removed] None of these
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Question 5.5. (TCO 6) There are multiple references that recommend the layers a system should have, but not every system needs all the layers that are identified. However, which of the following are the three layers that will almost always be present in any application? (Points : 6)
[removed] presentation, GUI, data
[removed] application, GUI, data
[removed] data, application, GUI
[removed] presentation, application, data

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Question 6.6. (TCO 7) Which of the following in NOT why the construction phase is important: (Points : 6)
[removed] a large psoftware art of the development
[removed] the central activity in software development
[removed] the individual programmer’s productivity can improve enormously
[removed] Construction’s product, the user training, is often the only accurate description of the software project.

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Question 7.7. (TCO 7) The construction of the deployment diagram is a two-step process. In the design workflow, the main focus is on: (Points : 6)
[removed] node or node instances and connections
[removed] assigning artifact instances to node instances (instance form),
[removed] artifacts to nodes (descriptor form)
[removed] software to hardware
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Question 8.8. (TCO 7) Which of the following is NOT a way data and information hiding and encapsulation improves construction and maintenance? (Points : 6)
[removed] Data type changes isolate the change to a single class, and the entire program is not affected.
[removed] Adding additional details is isolated to a single class.
[removed] Programming to an interface makes the code more logical.
[removed] Coupling is increased
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Question 9.9. (TCO 7) Good program construction is driven by good __________ (Points : 6)
[removed] project management techniques
[removed] requirements analysis and design
[removed] acceptable development environments
[removed] properly training project team members

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10 Essay Questions
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)
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2. (TCO 1) What are the three axioms of UP? (Points : 11)
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3. (TCO 4) Describe sequence diagrams. Include in your discussion how to read them. What does a curved message call line do? (Points : 11)
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4. (TCO 2) What is a use case? Why create them? How can you determine the use cases for a new system? (Points : 11)
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5. (TCO 3) What do the words responsibilities and collaborations
mean in the CRC card? How do responsibilities and collaborations relate to a class diagram? (Points : 11)

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6. (TCO 3) Define a structural model. Why should a systems analyst create one? What is class cohesion? Give an example of class cohesion. In your example, discuss attributes and operations. (Points : 11)
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7. (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)

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8. (TCO 6) Describe the generalization/specialization class relationship and how this relationship relates to the concept of inheritance. (Points : 11)
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9. (TCO 7) Explain what is the goal of the Implementation phase of the SDLC. (Points : 11)
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10. (TCO 8) Some objects are suitable for a state machine diagraming while others are not. 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)
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