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Chapter 7: Structuring System Process Requirements Multiple Choice Questions 1. Data flow diagrams that concentrate on the movement of data between processes are referred to as: a. process models b. data models c. flow models d. flow charts Answer: a Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 197 2. Which of the following is not one of the four types of data flow diagrams? a. current physical b. current logical c. updated physical d. new physical Answer: c Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 198 3. Graphically representing the functions, or processes, which capture, manipulate, store, and distribute data between a system and its environment and between components within a system refers to: a. data modeling b. flow charting c. process modeling d. transition modeling Answer: c Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 198 4. Data flow diagrams that specify what people and technologies are used in which processes to move and transform data, accepting inputs and producing outputs are referred to as: a. logical data flow diagrams b. reference data flow diagrams c. current physical data flow diagrams d. logistic data flow diagrams Answer: c Difficulty: Hard Reference: p. 198
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The diagram that shows the scope of the system, indicating what elements are inside and which are outside the system, is called a: a. context diagram b. level-2 diagram c. referencing diagram d. representative diagram Answer: a Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 198 6. Which of the following is not one of the primary deliverables resulting from studying and documenting a system’s processes? a. context data flow diagram (DFD) b. thorough descriptions of each DFD component c. DFDs of the current logical system d. state-transition diagram Answer: d Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 199 7. The deliverables of process modeling state: a. how you should develop the system during physical design b. what you learned during requirements determination c. how you should implement the new system during implementation d. what you learned during project planning Answer: b Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 199 8. Student data contained on an enrollment form is represented on a data flow diagram as a: a. process b. data flow c. source d. data store Answer: b Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 201 9. Data in motion, moving from one place in a system to another, defines: a. data store b. process c. source d. data flow Answer: d Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 201
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