chapter 10 - Chapter 10 1. The creation of separate models...

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Chapter 10 1. The creation of separate models for different portions of a system is called: A) View integration B ) Logical level implementation C) Decomposition D)View modeling E ) Differentiation 2. What conflict exists if different attributes have been identified as important for describing the same entity in various views? A ) Attribute conflict B ) Name conflict C) View conflict D ) Integration conflict E ) Homonym conflict 3. Which compromise is commonly made at the conceptual level? A) Materialization of tasks as event entities. B) Consolidation of conceptually congruent entities. C) Exclusion of an entity or relationship because of inadequate measurement mechanisms or because no decision need exists for those data. D) Two of the above. E ) All of the above .
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4. In some enterprises, certain pairs or groups of events always occur simultaneously. These events are called: A ) Logically congruent events B ) Physically congruent events C ) Conceptually congruent events D ) Economically congruent
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