MIS 432 - Exam 2 Cheat Sheet

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CHAPTER SIX CHOICE 1.   A(n)   ___   is   a   formal   way   of  representing  how  a business  system  interacts with its environment. A.  use case 2. ___ models describe the business  domain's activities without concern for  how they are conducted. D.  relationship 3. A scenario is the same as a(n) ___. C.  path through a use case 4.   Each   use   case   describes   ___  function(s) in which users interact with  the system. A.  one 5.  Jim  has  documented   a  use  case  that   describes   the   functionality   of   a  system   as   "To   compute   gross   pay,  multiply   the   hours   worked   that   are  recorded  on   the   time  card  from  the  time clock  by  the hourly  rate  that is  recorded in the employee master file  from  the  MS  SQL server  database."  This  is an example of a(n)  ___ use  case. D.  real 6.   A(n)   ___   use   case   is   typically  created   early   in   the   process   of  understanding   the   system  requirements as a way of documenting  basic information about the use case. A.  overview 7. The importance level of a use case  increases   for   all   of   the   following  characteristics   of   the   use   case  EXCEPT ___. C.  the technology is proven 8. The ___ relationship in use cases  allows   use   cases   to   support   the  concept of inheritance. D.  generalization 9. The event that causes a use case to  begin is called a(n) ___. B.  trigger 10. Which of the following relationships  describe  the communication between  the use case and the actors? A.  association relationship 11. Which of the following relationships  represent   the   extension   of   the  functionality of the use case to cover  optional behavior? B.  extend relationship 12. Which of the relationship types in  use   cases   enables   functional  decomposition? C.  include relationship 13.   Individual   steps   in   a   use   case  should be written in the form ___. E.     Subject,   Verb,   Direct   Object,  Preposition, Indirect Object 14.   If   a   use   case   becomes   too  complex, it should be ___. E.   dropped from the system, as it  will be too complex to implement in  the final system 15. The correct sequence of the major  steps in creating use case diagrams is  ___. A.     identify   the   major   use   cases,  expand   the   major   use   cases,  confirm the major use cases, create  the use-case diagram 16.   When   drawing   the   use-case  diagram,   an   analyst   should   do   the  steps  in this  order:   B.   identify  the  system   boundary,   draw   the   use  cases   on   the   diagram,   place   the  actors on the diagram, and draw the  lines  connecting  the actors to the  use cases 17.   Use   cases   can   be   used   to 
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