mcq_m9 - System Analysis and Design/ Object-Oriented System...

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System Analysis and Design/ Object-Oriented System Modeling Multiple Choice Questions 9.1 Computer systems are designed by a. simplifying requirements of system b. breaking of the system into smaller self-contained co-operating subsystems c. breaking up the systems into independent parts d. modular design 9.2 Functions and procedures are a. not useful in designing computer systems b. old fashioned and they are not useful c. useful in designing computer systems d. have side effects which require special care if they are used as subsystems 9.3 A subsystem of a complex system must specify a. what task it performs b. how it performs a task c. with which subsystems it co-operates d. how it co-operates with other systems 9.4 A subsystem of a complex system must a. ii, iii b. ii, iv c. iii, iv 9.5 A subsystem of a complex system (i)should be reusable in other complex system (ii)must not be able to inherit the properties of other subsystems (iii)must have clearly specified responsibilities (iv)must know the stimuli to which it should respond a. i, ii, iii b. ii, iii, iv c. i, iii, iv d. i, ii, iv V. Rajaraman/IISc. Bangalore M9/V1/July 04/1
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System Analysis and Design/ Object-Oriented System Modeling Multiple Choice Questions 9.6 By polymorphism of a subsystem we mean a. it should be reusable b. it should have polymorphic data types c. it should accept generic commands and interpret appropriately d. it should morph polygons 9.7 The advantages of object-oriented modelling are a. i, ii b. i, iii c. ii, iii d. i, iv 9.8 Objects are (i)tangible entities (ii)intangible entities (iii)transient entities (iv) uniquely identifiable a. i, ii b. i, ii, iii c. i, ii, iii, iv d. i, ii, iv 9.9 A class is a. a group of objects b. template for objects of a particular type c. a class of objects d. a classification of objects 9.10 All objects have (i) attributes (ii) states (iii)a set of operations (iv) a unique identity a. i, ii, iii b. ii, iii, iv V. Rajaraman/IISc. Bangalore M9/V1/July 04/2
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System Analysis and Design/ Object-Oriented System Modeling Multiple Choice Questions c. i, iii, iv d. i, ii, iii, iv 9.11 In UML diagram of a class a. state of object cannot be represented b. state is irrelevant c. state is represented as an attribute d.
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