Final Exam theory ans efC07 - Choose the best answer to all...

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©UNSW Foundation Year Final Theory Page 1 of 12 Choose the best answer to all multiple choice questions and mark your answers on the separate answer sheet provided. (40 marks) 1) Spreading of information without personal consent is a critical matter in which area of social and ethical issues? A) The safe storage of data B) Structural unemployment C) History files kept by your browser D) Competency of computer professionals. 2) Which of the following describes the controversial application of information technology where computers continuously gather data on job activities to measure worker performance? A) Automation B) Video surveillance C) Computer monitoring D) Artificial Intelligence 3) Which of the following approaches has been most successful in assisting in the design of intelligent machines? A) Programming in limited domains B) Using a heuristic model C) Utilising pattern recognition D) Creating Artificial Intelligence. 4) What is Fuzzy Logic? A) A type of logic that uses yes-no or on-off responses B) A logic that can match patterns perfectly to stored data C) A logic that lets us communicate with computers in normal human speech D) A type of logic that uses more than just yes-no, it can express varying degrees of responses. 5) Robots are different to traditional computer hardware in that they A) are mobile B) are only used in industrial environments C) have processors that function in a different way D) have specialist peripheral devices for manipulating their environments. 6) Which of the following options list the adverse reactions that may result from the use of VR applications? A) RSI, immersion injury and eyestrain B) Loss of jobs for unskilled workers C) Better 3-D graphical environments in computer games D) A shortage of trained technicians to service the specialised equipment needed.
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©UNSW Foundation Year Final Theory Page 2 of 12 7) What is Top Down Design in the Program Development Cycle? A) A method of translating a program so that the code can be debugged B) A way to make a complex problem simpler by breaking it into a few simpler independent tasks C) When a set of small known programming solutions are put together to form the answer to a larger problem D) Having a program fully documented so that it can be updated and maintained as part of the Systems Development Cycle 8) In programming, what is Compiling? A) Designing an algorithm in preparation for coding B) Repeating a process until a set of conditions are met C) Converting a program into binary code so that the computer can use it D) Debugging the program so that all errors and problems are fixed and the code is successful. 9) In the testing process of the Program Development Cycle, what does desk checking involve? A) It is testing the sample data on the computer B) It is a manual test of the code with sample data C) It is documenting the code so that it is available for the help desk D) It is drawing up a flowchart of the structure of the solution to the program.
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Final Exam theory ans efC07 - Choose the best answer to all...

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