System Analysis and Design Set 19

Questions 181 to 190



181.
Which one of the following fact-finding techniques is most useful in collecting quantitative data?
(a)
Interviews
(b)
Record reviews
(c)
Questionnaires
(d)
Observations
(e)
Workshops.
182.
Which of the following focus on output and processing logic?
(a)
Data models
(b)
Data-oriented approach
(c)
Systems development approach
(d)
Process-oriented approach
(e)
Information models.
183.
Which would be the best representation for “A customer sending in a payment”?
(a)
Data
(b)
Data flow
(c)
Information
(d)
Processing logic
(e)
Data store.
184.
Which of the following is not one of the four major classes of information systems?
(a)
Decision support system
(b)
Collaboration system
(c)
Management information system
(d)
Expert system
(e)
Knowledge system.
185.
Which of the following replicates the decision-making process rather than manipulates information?
(a)
Management replication system
(b)
Management information system
(c)
Expert system
(d)
Decision support system   
(e)
Knowledge Support system.
186.
Which approach to development is the most interactive and focuses more on the user and their work?
(a)
Modern structured analysis
(b)
Information engineering
(c)
Structured design
(d)
Object-oriented analysis
(e)
Agent-based analysis.
187.
During the analysis phase, the project team
(a)
Describes the functional features of the system chosen for development in the previous phase
(b)
Studies the organization's current procedures and the information systems used to perform organizational tasks
(c)
Determines the scope of the proposed systems and produces a specific plan for the proposed project
(d)
Codes, tests and installs the new system
(e)
All (a), (b), (c) and (d) above.
188.
During implementation, the project team
(a)
Concentrates on the business aspects of the system and tends to be oriented to a high level of specificity
(b)
Studies the organization's current procedures and the information systems used to perform organizational tasks
(c)
Determines the scope of the proposed systems and produces a specific plan for the proposed project
(d)
Codes, tests and installs the new system
(e)
All (a), (b), (c) and (d) above.
189.
Which of the following is not a traditional method of collecting system requirements?
(a)
Interviewing
(b)
Rad
(c)
Observations
(d)
Document analysis
(e)
Fact finding technique.
190.
The UML is a language for
(a)
Visualizing, specifying, constructing, documenting the artifacts of a software system
(b)
Visualizing, modeling, constructing, documenting the artifacts of a software system
(c)
Visualizing, documenting, modeling, encapsulating the artifacts of a software system
(d)
Visualizing, modeling, constructing, encapsulating the artifacts of a software system
(e)
Visualizing, aggregation, constructing and polymorphism are the artifacts of a software system.


Answers





Answer
Reason
181.
a
Interviews fact-finding techniques are most useful in collecting quantitative data.
182.
d
process-oriented approach focus on output and processing logic.
183.
b
Data flow is the best representation for “A customer sending in a payment”.
184.
b
Collaboration system is not the part of information system.
185.
c
Expert system is decision-making process rather than manipulates information.
186.
d
Object-oriented analysis approach to development is the most interactive and focuses more on the user and their work.
187.
b
During the analysis phase, the project team studies the organization's current procedures and the information systems used to perform organizational tasks.
188.
d
During the implementation, the project team codes, test, and installs the new system.
189.
b
Rapid Application Development (RAD) is not a traditional method of collecting system requirements.
190.
a
The UML is a language for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software system.



2 comments :

  1. Q. 181 -> The correct answer is C ( Questionnaires )
    The same question is 153 and where the answer is correct.
    Kindly see the issue

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