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Chapter 5 – Data and Process Modeling 1. _____ zooms in on the system and shows major internal processes and data flows. A. Diagram 0 B. Network 0 C. Grade 0 D. none of the above 2. A(n) _____ is a process that consists of a single function that is not exploded further. A. end function B. functional primitive C. terminator D. none of the above 3. The process of drawing a series of increasingly detailed diagrams, until all functional primitives are identified is _____. A. terminating B. functioning C. leveling D. balancing 4. _____ maintains consistency among a set of DFDs. A. Terminating B. Functioning C. Leveling D. Balancing 5. Leveling is also called _____. A. exploding B. partitioning C. decomposing D. all of the above 6. The _____ is a central storehouse of information about the system’s data.
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Unformatted text preview: A. data dictionary B. data repository C. either A. or B. D. neither A. nor B. 7. Data elements are combined into _____, also called data structures. A. objects B. records C. forms D. all of the above 8. The smallest piece of data that has meaning within an information system is a _____. A. data element B. data item C. field D. all of the above 9. Any name other than the standard data element name is called _____. A. an alias B. an imposter C. an alternate D. none of the above 10. The set of values permitted for the data element is the data element's _____. A. origin B. domain C. source D. control...
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