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23. _____ refers to the process of developing a working replica of the system or some aspect of the system. a. Prototyping c. Decomposition b. Variance d. Use case modeling
24. _____ is a process for identifying and modeling business events, who initiated them, and how the system should respond to them.
25. _____ uses highly organized and intensive workshops to bring together project stakeholders—the sponsor, users, business analysts, programmers, and so on—to jointly define and design information systems.
COMPLETION 1. _____ includes the processes involved in defining and controlling what work is or is not included in a project. 2. _____ refers to all the work involved in creating the products of the project and the processes used to create them. 3. The main outputs of _____are the project scope statement and updates to project documents. 4. Creating the _____ involves subdividing the major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components. 5. _____ refer to “conditions or capabilities that must be met by the project or present in the product, service, or result to satisfy an agreement or other formally imposed specification.” 6. A(n) _____ is a table that lists requirements, their various attributes, and the status of the requirements to ensure that all are addressed. 7. The main outputs of scope definition are the _____ and project document updates. 8. A(n) _____ is a deliverable-oriented grouping of the work involved in a project that defines its total scope.
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9. Subdividing the project deliverables into smaller pieces is known as _____. 10. The _____ includes the approved project scope statement and its associated WBS and WBS dictionary. 11. Tasks in a WBS that are decomposed into smaller tasks are called _____ tasks. 12. PMI uses the term “_____” to describe each level of work in the WBS. 13. A work package is a task at the _____ level of the WBS. 14. Some organizations prescribe the form and content for WBSs for particular projects. These are known as _____. 15. In the _____ approach to creating a WBS, team members first identify as many specific tasks related to the project as possible. 16. _____ is a technique that uses branches radiating out from a core idea to structure thoughts and ideas when creating a WBS. 17. A(n) _____ is a document that describes detailed information about each WBS item. 18. _____ is the tendency for project scope to keep getting bigger and bigger. 19. The main tool for performing scope validation is _____ and group decision making techniques. 20. _____ involves controlling changes to the project scope while keeping project goals and business strategy in mind. 21. _____ is the difference between planned and actual performance. 22. _____ involves developing a working replica of the system or some aspect of the system. 23. _____ is a process for identifying and modeling business events, who initiated them, and how the system should respond to them.

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