Exam 2 - CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN EXAM #2...

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CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN EXAM #2  –  1 st  ed. Chapters 7-9, 13
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CNIT 180 – EXAM #2 st ed.) CIT 180 Exam #2 Key DO NOT DUPLICATE 1. Which type of class relationship can be described as "is part of" or "is composed of"? a. generalization/specialization b. association C. aggregation d. multiplicity e. inheritance LOD : Medium Obj: Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of Object modeling Whitten - Chapter 09 #72 2. Which of the following people were NOT involved in developing Object-oriented analysis? a. Grady Booch B. E.F.Codd c. Ivar Jacobson d. James Rumbaugh e. all of the above were involved in developing Object-oriented analysis LOD : Hard Obj: Define Object modeling and explain its benefits Whitten - Chapter 09 #68 3. If an Object class outlives the execution of the program, it is said to be: a. permanent b. transient C. persistent d. an instance e. none of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of Object modeling Whitten - Chapter 09 #67 4. The data associated with an Object are called: A. behaviors b. attributes c. inheritance d. encapsulation e. polymorphism LOD : Easy Obj: Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of Object modeling. Whitten - Chapter 09 #63 5. The packaging of an Object with its behaviors is called: a. behaviors b. attributes c. inheritance D. encapsulation e. polymorphism LOD : Easy
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CNIT 180 – EXAM #2 st ed.) Obj: Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of Object modeling Whitten - Chapter 09 #70 6. A set of modeling conventions that is used to specify or describe a software system in terms of Objects is: a. data flow diagrams b. Object flow diagrams c. attribute Object diagrams D. unified modeling language e. none of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Define the UML and its various types of diagrams Whitten - Chapter 09 #69 7. An Object class whose instances inherit some common attributes from a class supertype and then add other attributes that are unique to its instances is known as: a. a supertype B. a subtype c. a behavior d. a message e. none of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Recognize and understand the basic concepts and constructs of Object modeling Whitten - Chapter 09 #75 8. In Object-oriented analysis we evolve the requirements use case model into the analysis use-case model by performing the following steps: a. identify, define and document new actors b. identify, define and document new use cases c. identify any reuse possibilities d. refine the use case model diagram E. all of the above LOD : Medium Obj: Evolve a business requirements use-case model into a system analysis use-case model. Whitten - Chapter 09 #64
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Exam 2 - CNIT 180 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS DESIGN EXAM #2...

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