Q4 - Week 4 Functional Modeling and Analysis Workflow...

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Week 4 Functional Modeling and Analysis Workflow Dennis - Ch 6 Requirements Determination Multiple Choice 1. A(n) _____ is a formal way of representing how a business system interacts with its environment. a. use case b. physical model c. relationship d. system boundary e. trigger 2. Which of the following diagramming symbols represents an actor in a use case diagram? a. b . c. d . e. 3. Which of the following diagramming symbols represents a use case in a use case diagram? a. b . c. d . e. 4. Which of the following diagramming symbols represents a subject boundary in a use case diagram? a. b .
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c. d . e. Ans: b Response: See page 179 5. Which of the following diagramming symbols represents a generalization relationship in a use case diagram? a. b . c. d . 0100090000 0378000000 02001c0000 0000000400 0000030108 0005000000 0b02000000 0005000000 0c022d010f0 2040000002 e0118001c00 0000fb02100 0070000000 000bc02000 0000001020 2225379737 4656d00010f 020000410f0 000985c110 004ee833978 5d81020c02 0000040000 002d010000 0400000002 0101001c00 0000fb029cf f0000000000
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0090010000 0000044000 1254696d65 73204e6577 20526f6d616 e000000000 0000000000 0000000000 0000004000 0002d01010 0050000000 9020000000 20d0000003 20a5a00ffff0 1000400000 000000d022 c0120232d0 0040000002 d010000030 000000000 e. 6. _____ models describe the business domain’s activities without concern for how they are conducted. a. physical b. logical c. use case d. relationship e. system boundary Ans: d Response: See page 164 7. A scenario is the same as a(n) _____. a. use case b. relationship c. path through a use case d. collection of use cases e. role 8. Each use case describes _____ function(s) in which users interact with the system. a. one b. one or more c. many d. zero, one, or more
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e. all 9. Jim has documented a use case that describes the functionality of a system as “To compute gross pay, multiply the hours worked that are recorded on the time card from the time clock by the hourly rate that is recorded in the employee master file from the MS SQL server database.” This is an example of a(n) _____ use case. a. overview b. detail c. essential d. real e. imaginary 10. A(n) _____ use case is typically created early in the process of understanding the system requirements as a way of documenting basic information about the use case. a. overview b. detail c. essential d. real e. imaginary 11. The importance level of a use case increases for all of the following characteristics of the use case EXCEPT _____. a. the use case represents an important business process b. the use case supports revenue generation c. the technology is proven d. the functionality is complex e. the functionality is time-critical Ans: c Response: See page 173 12. The _____ relationship in use cases allows use cases to support the concept of inheritance. a.
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