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Old 180 final exam - C&IT 180 Introduction to Systems...

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Introduction to Systems Design FINAL EXAM Page 1
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1. An arrangement of people, data, processes, information presentation, and information technology that interact to support and improve day-to-day operations in a business as well as support the problem-solving and decision making needs of management and users is A) An information system B) Information technology C) Expert system D) The Internet E) None of the above 2. Any person who has an interest in existing or new information systems is known as A) A stockholder B) An end-user C) A stakeholder D) A network manager E) None of the above 3. The term used to describe those people whose jobs involve the creation, collection, processing, distribution and use of information is A) A network manager B) An information worker C) A systems owner D) A systems designer E) None of the above 4. An information system's sponsor and chief advocate is the A) system user B) system builder C) system owner D) system analyst E) none of the above 5. The people who use or are affected by the information system on a regular basis — capturing, validating, entering, responding to, storing and exchanging data and information are A) system owners B) system analysts C) system builders D) system users E) none of the above Page 2 of 23
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6. The person who translates system users' business requirements and constraints into technical solutions is a A) systems designer B) systems builder C) systems user D) network manager E) none of the above 7. The person who constructs the information system components based on the design specifications is a A) systems designer B) systems builder C) systems user D) network manager E) none of the above 8. The study of a business problem domain to recommend improvements an specify the business requirements for the solution is A) systems design B) systems analysis C) facilitation D) applications design E) none of the above 9. The goal of an information system are: A) improve business knowledge B) improve business processes C) improve services D) improve business communications and people collaboration. E) all of the above 10. An information system's architecture is: A) the latest version of the existing computer system B) a new schema for an information system C) structured information technology D) a knowledge based system E) high level framework for understanding different views of the fundamental building blocks of an information system. 11. System builders and designer's perspective of an information system tend to focus on: A) database technologies and software technologies B) data base systems only C) expert transaction systems D) transaction processing systems E) none of the above Page 3 of 23
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12. System designers are more concerned with: A) a fully functional management information system B) database technology that will be used by the information system C) raw data capture points D) decision support system E) none of the above
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course CNIT 180 taught by Professor Victorbarlow during the Spring '12 term at Purdue.

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Old 180 final exam - C&IT 180 Introduction to Systems...

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