180 final exam - CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN FINAL EXAM Whitten&amp Bentley Introduction to Systems Analysis&amp Design

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Unformatted text preview: CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN FINAL EXAM Whitten & Bentley Introduction to Systems Analysis & Design 1 st ed. Chapters 1-10, 12-16, 18 CNIT 180 FINAL EXAM Chapters 1-10, 12-16, 18 - (Whitten & Bentley Intro. To Systems Design, 1 st ed.) 1. Which of the following is NOT shown in a context diagram? A. the system B. actors or agents C. system inputs D. system outputs E. all of the above are shown LOD : Medium Obj: Identify different types of stakeholders who use or develop information systems, and give examples of each Whitten - Chapter 01 2. Economic feasibility asks the following question(s): A. Is the solution technically practical? Does the staff have the technical expertise to design and build the system? B. Will the solution fulfill the users' requirements? To what degree? How will the solution change the users' work environment? C. Is the solution cost-effective? D. Can the solution be designed and implemented within an acceptable time period? E. none of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Identify different types of stakeholders who use or develop information systems, and give examples of each Whitten - Chapter 01 3. Operational feasibility asks the following question(s): A. Is the solution technically practical? Does the staff have the technical expertise to design and build the system? B. Will the solution fulfill the users' requirements? To what degree? How will the solution change the users' work environment? C. Is the solution cost-effective? D. Can the solution be designed and implemented within an acceptable time period? E. none of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Briefly describe a simple process for developing information systems Whitten - Chapter 01 4. A problem solving technique that reassembles a system's component pieces into a complete, new and improved system is: A. systems design B. systems analysis C. cause-and-effect analysis D. Structured Design E. all of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Identify different types of stakeholders who use or develop information systems, and give examples of each Whitten - Chapter 01 5. A problem solving technique that decomposes a system into its component parts while focusing on the business problem independent of technology is: A. systems design B. systems analysis C. prototyping D. joint application design (JAD) E. all of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Describe current business drivers that influence information systems development CNIT 180 FINAL EXAM Chapters 1-10, 12-16, 18 - (Whitten & Bentley Intro. To Systems Design, 1 st ed.) Whitten - Chapter 01 6. A diagram that depicts how the system interacts with the world around it and specifies the system inputs and outputs is a(n): A. use case diagram B. entity relationship diagram C. context diagram D. object diagram E. none of the above 7. Schedule feasibility asks the following question(s): A. Is the solution technically practical? Does the staff have the technical expertise to design and build the system?design and build the system?...
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180 final exam - CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN FINAL EXAM Whitten&amp Bentley Introduction to Systems Analysis&amp Design

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