TutorialWeek05_06 - Systems Analysis - Tutorial Week 5...

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NOTE: All page numbers referred are from the textbook, Satzinger, J, Jackson, R.B. & Burd, S.D. (2007) . Systems analysis and design in a changing world, (5 th ed.). Boston, Massachusetts: Course Technology. Review Questions 1. What are some of the reasons for creating models during system development? 2. What are three types of models? 3. What are the two key concepts used to begin defining system requirements? 4. What is an event? 5. What are the three types of events? 6. What are some examples of system controls? 7. What does the perfect technology assumption state? 8. In the event table, What is a trigger? A source? An activity or use case? A response? A destination? 9. What is a “thing” called in models used in the traditional approach? 10. What is a “thing” called in the object-oriented approach? 11. What is a relationship? 12. What is cardinality of a relationship (also called multiplicity)? 13. What is encapsulated along with the values of attributes in an object? 14. What is a generalization/specialization hierarchy? 15. From what type of class do subclasses inherit? 16. What are two types of whole-part hierarchies? 17.
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