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Course: ISC 200901, Fall 2009
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320 ISC Exam 1 Page 1 of 6 Name ____ KEY 96 points _____________ Multiple Choice. Choose the single best answer. 3 points each. 1. In the &quot;waterfall&quot; method of knowledge engineering, which phase would precede the others listed? a) assessment b) build knowledge base A c) design software model d) test and debug the model 2. Which best demonstrates the...

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