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See Chapter 5. The spiral software model depicts the accumulation of cost over the entire lifetime of a software product. 71 Which of the following is NOT a value of change control in the software development life cycle? A. Changes are documented and subject to approval. B. Scope creep is controlled. C. It gives the customer veto power over proposed changes. D. The cost of changes is considered. Answer: C See Chapter 5. Veto power is unlikely, but the other choices listed are value-added features of change control. 72 How does the waterfall software development life cycle help to assure that applications will be secure? See Chapter 5. The greatest value in the development life cycle is getting security requirements in at the beginning so that security will be baked in. 73 The main purpose of configuration management is to See Chapter 5. Configuration management produces a highly detailed record, including details of each and every copy of a software product that was created. 74 Configuration management can include an approval-based check- in/check-out mechanism to ensure that
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See Chapter 5. A check-in/check-out mechanism in configuration management prevents the developers from making unauthorized and undocumented improvements. 75 The Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model is a measure of A. Advancements in software capabilities B. The technical capabilities of software C. The maturity of an organization’s software development processes D. The ability of a software product to remain accurate, even after many years Answer: C
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