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Chapter 8: Structuring System Logic Requirements Multiple Choice Questions 1. Which of the following is not a logic model? a. Structured English b. decision tables c. decision trees d. data flow diagrams Answer: d Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 244 2. Which of the following is a modified version of the English language useful for representing the logic in information system processes? a. Structured English b. COBOL c. Unified Modeling Language d. pseudocode Answer: a Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 244 3. A modeling technique that allows you to represent a set of conditions and the actions that follow from them in a tabular format best describes: a. data flow diagram b. decision table c. decision tree d. Structured English Answer: b Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 244 4. Techniques used for modeling process decision logic include: a. decision trees b. decision tables c. Structured English d. all of the above Answer: d Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 244
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5. In the analysis phase, logic modeling: a. will be complete and reasonably detailed, but it will also be generic in that it will not reflect the structure or syntax of a particular programming language b. should not be complete and detailed; it will be generic in that it will not reflect the structure or syntax of a particular programming language c. should be complete and detailed, reflecting the structure and syntax of a particular programming language d. should be complete and reflect the physical aspects of the system Answer: a Difficulty: Hard Reference: p. 245 6. Modeling a system’s logic is part of: a. requirements determination b. requirements structuring c. alternative generation and selection d. logical design Answer: b Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 245 7. The deliverables for logic modeling include: a. a Structured English representation of process logic b. state-transition diagrams c. decision tree representations d. all of the above Answer: d Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 246 8. The deliverables for logic modeling would not include: a. decision table representations b. structure charts c. Structured English representations of process logic d. decision tree representations Answer: b Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 246 9. A modified form of the English language used to specify the logic of information system processes defines: a. Structured English b. shorthand c. decision logic d. state-transition diagram Answer: a Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 247
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10. The modeling technique that relies on action verbs and noun phrases, and contains no adjectives or adverbs is called: a. decision logic b. Unified Modeling Language c. Structured English d. English pseudocode Answer: c Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 247 11. Action verbs are used in Structured English to name: a. data structures b. sources c. processes d. entities Answer: c Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 247 12. Which of the following is a true statement regarding Structured English? a.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2009 for the course ISOM 4163 taught by Professor Cope during the Spring '09 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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