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65 Object-oriented and relational are examples of A. Types of database tables B. Types of database records C. Types of database queries D. Types of databases Answer: D See Chapter 5. Object-oriented and relational are types of databases. 66 Neural networking gets its name from A. The make and model of equipment in a network B. Patterns thought to exist in the brain C. Its inventor, Sigor Neura D. Observed patterns in neural telepathy Answer: B
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See Chapter 5. Neural networks are systems that can detect patterns after a period of training. 67 The verification activity associated with coding is called A. Unit testing B. Design review C. System testing D. Architecture review Answer: A See Chapter 5. Unit testing is the testing of small modules of code, and this testing verifies that the coding was done correctly. 68 What's the primary input of a high-level product design? A. A feasibility study B. Integration rules C. Unit testing D. Requirements Answer: D See Chapter 5. Requirements are the single largest input used in the high-level product design phase. 69 The main improvement of the waterfall software life-cycle model over earlier models is A. System and software requirements are combined into one step. B. Developers can back up one step in the process for rework. C. Coding and testing is combined into one step. D. The need for rework was eliminated. Answer: B See Chapter 5. Going back one step for rework was the main improvement of the waterfall model. This improvement is important because any of the steps may fail to consider something that the next step uncovers. 70 The primary feature of the spiral software development model is that A. It shows cumulative project cost over several development iterations. B. It includes Risk Analysis as a milestone. C. It includes security assessment as a milestone. D. It's suitable for only software integration, not software development. Answer: A
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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? A. Security requirements can be included early on and verified later in testing. B. The testing phase includes penetration testing. C. The Risk Analysis phase uncovers flaws in the feasibility model. D. A list of valid users must be approved prior to production. Answer: A 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
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