ch10 - ch10 True/False Indicate whether the statement is...

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ch10 True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. ____ 1. A structure chart forces the program functions to be in a hierarchy. ____ 2. Data couples represent the individual data items that are passed between modules in a program call. ____ 3. Transform analysis is a way to analyze and document the internal logic of a module. ____ 4. Transaction analysis is the development of a structure chart based on a data flow diagram (DFD) that de- scribes the processing for several types of transactions. ____ 5. The central transform consists of the set of DFD processes that are located between the input and output pro- cesses. ____ 6. Pseudocode and flow charts are equivalent methods in their ability to describe logic. ____ 7. The application architecture consists of the application software programs that will carry out the functions of the system. ____ 8. Both the structure of the overall system and any individual subsystems are documented using pseudocode. ____ 9. The design of a computer program is specified with a system flow chart. ____ 10. Processes can only be inside the system boundary. ____ 11. Data flows are found inside, outside, or crossing the system boundary and the program boundaries. ____ 12. Data flows that cross the system boundaries between programs represent processes. ____ 13. A module is the basic component of a structure chart and is used to identify a function. ____ 14. The implementation of a program call is the same regardless of the programming language used. ____ 15. A basic idea of structured programming is that each module only has to do a very specific function. Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 16. In structured design, an identifiable component of a computer program that performs a defined function is re- ferred to as a(n) ____. a. routine c. system b. module d. program ____ 17. In structured design, an executable entity comprised of a set of modules is called a(n) ____. a. server c. system b. task d. computer program ____ 18. Detailed algorithm logic can be described during design before it is actually coded using ____. a. pseudocode c. function descriptions b. a structure chart d. a decision tree ____ 19. The ____ partitions the data flow diagram processes into manual processes and those that are to be included in the computer system. a. function list c. automation system boundary b. event table d. use case diagram
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____ 20. If the automation system boundary intersects a process, it means that the process is ____. a. drawn in error b. outside the system c. inside the system d. partially inside and partially outside of the system ____ 21. Data flows that are intersected by the automation system boundary are ____. a.
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2010 for the course FCIT 200 taught by Professor Dr.adam during the Spring '10 term at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

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ch10 - ch10 True/False Indicate whether the statement is...

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