MIS 432 - Exam 3 Cheat Sheet

MIS 432 - Exam 3 Cheat Sheet - CHAPTER ONE 1 In which phase...

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CHAPTER ONE 1. In which phase of the SDLC is the  project plan developed? D. planning 2. In which phase of the SDLC is the  system proposal developed? A. analysis 3. The analysis phase of the SDLC  answers which questions _. B. who   will  the  system   be  for,  what the system will do, when will  it be used, and where will it be  used 4.   Deciding   how   the   hardware,  software, and network infrastructure  will   operate   occurs   during   the   _  phase of the SDLC. B. design 5. In which phase of the SDLC is the  system specification developed? B. design 6. Interfaces (e.g., menus, reports,  forms)   are   specified   during   the   _  phase of the SDLC. B. design 7. The phase of the SDLC when the  system is actually built or purchased  is the _. D. implementation 8. A development methodology that  focuses   on   the   processes   of   the  system first is said to be _. D. object-oriented 9.   The   principal   disadvantages(s)  with   the   waterfall   development  methodology is (are) _. E. a long time elapses between  completion   of   the   system  proposal and the delivery of the  system and the design must be  completely   specified   on   paper  before programming begins 10. _ development  is a structured  design methodology  that proceeds  in a sequence from one phase to the  next. E. Waterfall 11.  Determining  who  will   use  the  system, what the system will do, and  where and when it will be used is  performed during the analysis phase  of the SDLC. A. True 12.   RAD   (Rapid   Application  Development)   adjusts   the   SDLC  phases to get some of the system  developed and into the hands of the  users quickly. A. True 13. Agile development approach is  considered a special case of RAD  approach to developing systems. B. False 14. Phased development is a design  methodology that divides the overall  system into a series of versions that  are developed sequentially. A. True 15.   Kim   repeatedly   performs   the  analysis,   design,   and  implementation phases concurrently  in   a   cycle   until   the   system   is  completed.   She   is   following   the  waterfall methodology. B. False 16. Throwaway prototyping balances  the   benefits   of   well-thought-out  analysis and design phases with the  advantages   of   "quick-and-dirty"  programming   to  refine  key   issues  before the system is built? A. True 17.   The   creation   of   a   design  prototype   that   is   not   a   working  information system, but represents a  part   of   the   system   that   needs  additional  refinement happens  with  the prototyping methodology.
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