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Mini-Exam for Senior Project – Take Home Fall 2009 >>> SOLUTIONS <<< Welcome to your 10% mini-exam for Senior Project . The exam is open book and notes, also open Internet (you may google, etc.). However, you may not receive or give help from or to another person by discussing the exam in any way. If you copy the answer directly out of the textbook (or some other source, such as a website), be sure to properly “quote” the answer (otherwise it is assumed that any answer is given in your own words). There are six questions (each worth 16 points – there are 4 points overall for “free”) and one extra credit question worth 10 points. The exam is targeted for 75 minutes – about 12 minutes per question. Please fill-in this cover sheet and submit it on top of your answer sheets. Please use a separate sheet of paper for each question. It is OK (actually, I would prefer it ) to type the answers (i.e., to use a word processor on a computer). Please read the entire exam before starting to answer any questions – there are two pages. Problem #1 Sketch the product development process – with the steps in reverse order – as we have discussed and followed it in this class. End of Life | | Maintenance | | Distribute | | Manufacture | | +-------Test | | | | | Implementation | | | | (Prototype demo) verification +----> Design | | | | | Specification | | | | validation +-> Requirements (hehehe… the reverse order made it so that you could not just cut-and-paste). Problem #2 Answer the following two questions on project documentation: a) Why is “user friendly” not a good requirement item? It is not measurable. All items in a requirements document must be measurable. b) Fill-in the blanks – “A specification must cover every __________ aspect of a system. This includes all __________ and __________.” Measurable, inputs, outputs 1 point for each item and transition 4 points for each item
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c) Describe the key components and attributes of a poster A poster is a stand-alone documentation of your project. The poster must cover your project and should include background, problem, requirements, specification, implementation, and evaluation. A poster should also include acknowledgements, list of references, and contact information. A poster must include visuals. d)
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