TIFKK7Ch01 - Chapter 1 Systems Analysis and Design 1-1...

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Chapter 1 Systems Analysis and Design 1-1 Chapter 1 True-False 1 . Information--along with financial, material and human resources--is now regarded as a key resource in many organizations. T (p. 1) 2 . A management information system departs from the traditional transaction processing system in that it emphasizes the support of decision making in all its phases. F (p. 3) 3 . Knowledge work systems use common software tools to manipulate but not create new information. F (p. 3) 4 . Computer supported collaborative work might include groupware for teams via networked computers. T (p. 4). 5 . User involvement throughout the systems project is of little importance in the successful development of business information systems. F (p. 7) 6 . The three primary roles of the systems analyst are as consultant, supporting expert, and change agent. T (p. 8) 7 . When analysts are hired specifically from outside the business to address information systems issues within a business, they are acting as supporting experts. F (p. 8) 8 . Each phase of the system development life cycle is accomplished as a discrete, separate step. F (p. 10) 9 . The first phase that the analyst enters into is that of determining information requirements for the particular users involved. F (p. 11) 1 0 . A systems proposal is prepared after the analysis of system needs. T (p. 13) 1 1 . Structured techniques like the structure charts and pseudocode are chiefly useful during the system evaluation and implementation phase. F (p. 13) 1 2 . When each phase of the SDLC has been finished, there is rarely any need to review or modify the work done in that phase. F (p.14) 1 3 . CASE tools have the potential of increasing systems analysts' productivity. T (p. 16) 1 4 . CASE tools allow the user to easily draw and modify diagrams. T (p. 16)
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Chapter 1 Assuming the Role of the Analyst 1-2 1 5 . It is the drawing of diagrams rather than in their modification that CASE tools excel over the use of templates. F (p. 16) 1 6 . Since CASE tools are located on only one computer, they are of little use in helping team members communicate. F (p. 16) 1 7 . Upper CASE tools help the analyst and designer. T (p. 17) 1 8 . A disadvantage of using lower CASE tools is that time to maintain systems is increased. F (p. 18) 1 9 . Code generators create error free computer programs. T (p. 19) 2 0 . Object oriented techniques are used when systems are stable and not undergoing much maintenance. F (p. 20) 2 1 . The four values of the agile approach are communication, simplicity, feedback and courage. T (p. 20) 2 2 . One of the advantages of ecommerce is creating a system that can extend globally. T (p. 5) 2 3 . ERP is a method for developing Web sites for a single user group. F (p. 5) 2 4 . Mcommerce systems are developed for handheld wireless devices. T (p. 6)
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