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22.A ____ reunites the flow of control after a fork.a.collectorc.joinb.connectord.unionANS: CPTS:1REF:54123.A ____ signal indicates that a specific amount of time should pass before an action starts.PTS:1REF:54124.A ____ diagram contains icons that represent system hardware, such as printers and servers.PTS:1REF:54225.In a UML diagram, any exceptions that might be thrown are listed next to shapes that look like ____, which extend to the appropriate handler body node.PTS:1REF:544COMPLETION1.Large systems are easier to understand when you break them down into ____________________.
PTS:1REF:5242.A(n) ____________________ diagram makes it easier to see the order in which activities occur.PTS:1REF:5373.A(n) ____________________ diagram shows the different statuses of a class or an object at different points in time.PTS:1REF:5394.You use a(n) ____________________ diagram when you want to emphasize the files, database tables, documents, and other components that a system’s software uses.PTS:1REF:5425.You use a(n) ____________________ diagram when you want to focus on a system’s hardware.PTS:1REF:542MATCHINGMatch each term with a statement below.a.behavior diagramsf.system designb.profile diagramsg.tryblockc.reverse engineeringh.activity diagramsd.catchblocki.structure diagramse.actorsj.interaction diagrams1.The detailed specification of how all the parts of a system will be implemented and coordinated2.Creating a model for an existing system3.Emphasize the “things” in a system4.Emphasize what happens in a system5.Emphasize the flow of control and data among the things in the system being modeled6.Users represented by stick figures in use case diagrams7.Show the flow of actions of a system, including branches that occur when decisions affect the outcome8.Used to extend a UML model for a particular domain or a particular platform9.A protected node10.A handler body node1.ANS: FPTS:1REF:524PTS:1REF:524PTS:1REF:526PTS:1REF:526
PTS:1REF:526PTS:1REF:527PTS:1REF:540PTS:1REF:544PTS:1REF:544PTS:1REF:544SHORT ANSWER1.Briefly explain the UML.