Chapter 4: Project Management and Planning
1. A steering committee is likely to bring a more diverse perspective than user groups,
development teams, or top management when it comes to selecting systems development
Chapter 10: Selecting the Best Alternative Design Strategy
1. Requirements regarding the systems data, calculations, presentations, and performance
expectations are called features.
Page Reference: 273
Chapter 11: Physical Database Design
1. The primary focus of attention for physical database design is efficiency and speed.
Page Reference: 303
2. The latest standard for SQL is SQL-2003.
Chapter 3: Managing the Object-Oriented Information
1. The creation of a system service request is usually done by the project review board.
Page Reference: 53
2. Components construct
Chapter 6: Structuring System Requirements: Use Case
Description and Diagrams
1. The words actor and user are synonyms as terms in a use case diagram.
Page Reference: 163
2. Use case modeling is one
Chapter 7: Conceptual Data Modeling
1. ER models capture the behavioral aspects of entity classes.
Page Reference: 189
2. Conceptual data model precedes object-relational modeling in the systems deve
Chapter 9: Analysis Classes
1. Analysis class diagramming is typically done during requirements structuring.
Page Reference: 240
2. Entity classes are primarily concerned with user interface issues.
Chapter 13: Designing the Human Interface
1. Key-indicator reports highlight data outside the normal operating ranges.
Page Reference: 366
2. Coding sheets are the predominant method of designing for
Chapter 12: Design Elements
1. A component is a type of design class.
Page Reference: 336
2. Two-tiered architectures usually combine data management and applications responsibilities
into the same n
Chapter 5: Determining Object-Oriented Systems
1. A systems requirement identifies how a systems solution is supposed to be accomplished.
Page Reference: 132
2. Corporate traditions and
Chapter 2: Introduction to Object Orientation
1. The term object refers to an entity that encapsulates data and behavior.
Page Reference: 32
2. The state of an object is defined by the values of its metho
Chapter 8: Object-Relational Modeling
1. All two-dimensional tables are relations.
Page Reference: 219
2. Tables with multi valued attributes are in first normal form.
Page Reference: 2
Chapter 14: OOSAD Implementation and Operation
1. JavaDocs is a utility that generates program documentation based on Java source code.
Page Reference: 406
2. Development cycles involving analysis, design
Chapter 1: The Object-Oriented Systems Development
1. CASE is a term that refers to an interrelated set of business procedures, objects, and
components used within a business unit and working together for some purpose.
NOVA COLLEGE-WIDE COURSE CONTENT SUMMARY
ITD 256 ADVANCED DATABASE MANAGEMENT (3 CR.)
Focuses in-depth instruction in the handling of critical tasks of planning and implementing large databases.
Includes an introduction t
Unit 1 Lab Assignment Report
6 points each
What mode does a sniffer's network interface use?
The sniffer operates in promiscuous mode.
Do FTP user names and passwords appear in clear text? What does this indicate about the FTP
Unit 3 Lab Assignment Report
6 points each
Within the Linux operating system, where is the access_log file located?
Well it depends on the Linux operating system.
On a RHEL / Red Hat / CentOS / Fedora, the access file location is in /var/log/ht
Unit 2 Lab Assignment Report
6 points each
What does startx command do?
startx basically runs an Xserver (the graphic "driver") and a command which run on it, which is tipically a
window manager. By default the commands that are run are in ~/.xin
Spring 2015 Reading and Writing about Texts
A Coming of Age at Every Age: Changes in Character
Instructor: Lina Patton | Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Thursday 2-3:00 | RA 412A
Reading is the sole means by which we slip,
In the passage Orange Crush by Yiyun Li the author expresses exactly what the title says so
plainly, an orange crush. As a child Yiyuns family wasnt very wealthy. Her father, a penny
pincher one might call him, saved dried or
Not having had much growing up material items in general were not ever very important to me.
Some of my fondest childhood memories are of me and my brother playing army men with
paper cut outs. That being sai
A book with food and suspense, I like it! This book has had a few off moments, nothing that
every other book doesnt have. I havent wanted to put the book down however I did find the
beginning a little slow, the characters felt a
Northern Virginia Community College
Welcome to College Composition I
(This syllabus is subject to revision. Changes will be posted on Blackboard.)
J. Indigo Eriksen, M.A,
Email: [email protected]
5 August 2014
Me, Myself, and I.
I am Devin, growing up in southern Mississippi Im a bit of a country boy at heart. I have moved
around all over the country and spent a little time in a lot of places. Never truly s
HIS 121 8/25/14
Not a mlitary historian.
Class runs until the civil war.
Will not be expcted to memorze presidents and exact dates in most cases.
Does not give a cumulitive final exam.
Minute details are as meaningless as the time it takes to read them.
Introduction to Computers - True/False
Instructions: Circle T if the statement is true or F if the statement is false.
1. Like a virus or worm, a Trojan horse does not replicate itself to
2. A Web site is a collectio
Name Devin Lewis_Date _8/26/14_
Introduction to Computers Short Answer
Instructions: Fill in the best answer.
1. Computers perform four basic operations input, process, output, and storage.
These operations comprise the _INFORMATION CYCLE_.
2. _DATA_ is a
Introduction to Computers Multiple Choice
Instructions: Circle the best answer.
A _ is a program that copies itself repeatedly, for example in memory or on a
network, using up resources and possibly shutting down the computer or network.
Disaster recovery plan ITE 115
This disaster recovery plan will outline the hardware and resources needed to effectively
recover from a all business data in case of a mass virus wipeout.
When a business network is rendered useless due to a virus typically