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Northlink Technological College, Inc.

Panabo City

First Institutional Written Assessment


Systems Analysis and Design (IS213) Test-I. Multiple Choice. Write the correct letter in your examination booklet. Do not write anything in this questionnaire.
1. Typical method for forming an agreement when system development is outsourced to another company. a. agreement contract b. development contract c. employment contract d. service contract 2. This has to be conducted for each system development process. a. analysis b. plan c. review d. test 3. It determines the functions required of the system. a. development / programming b. requirements definition c. system design d. system operation 4. It designs the system based on the requirements definition. a. development / programming b. requirements definition c. system design d. system operation 5. It develops the system based on the design details. a. development / programming b. requirements definition c. system design d. system operation 6. It checks that the designed / developed system operates properly. a. acceptance b. development c. maintenance d. testing 7. It verifies that the designed system operated according to the requirements. a. acceptance b. development c. maintenance d. testing 8. It resolves any issues the user encounters during system operation. a. acceptance b. development c. maintenance d. testing 9. It clarifies the function, performance, and content required of the system and software. a. development / programming b. requirements definition c. system design d. system operation 10. It refers to the system user department a. debugger b. developer c. programmer d. user 11. The types of functions that are required for computerization are clearly stipulated. a. data requirements definition b. hardware requirements definition c system requirements definition d. software requirement definition 12. The required software content is specified on the basis of the actual business content. a. data requirements definition b. hardware requirements definition c system requirements definition d. software requirements definition

13. The user designs the components of the system that can be seen from the outside. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 14. The system development department designs the internal functions required by the system in order to realize the functions determined in the system architecture design. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 15. The system development department designs the internal structure of the programs based on the software architecture design. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 16. In system design, it is the external design. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 17. In system design, it is the Internal design. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 18. In system design, it is the program design. a. hardware detailed design b. systems architecture design c. software architecture design d. software detailed design 19. Various codes such as product numbers and customer numbers are handled. a. code design b. data design c. human interface design d. program design 20. Table data is designed in order to utilize relational database. a. code design b. data design c. human interface design d. program design 21. Conducted to confirm that the individual modules created operate normally according to the program design specification. a. code testing b. design testing c. module testing d. program testing 22. Technique for checking the internal structure and logic of a program, focusing on program control and flow. a. black box test b. compiler test c. red box test d. white box test 23. Task of searching for bugs in a computer program and removing them. a. debugging b. error-checking c. tracing d. troubleshooting

24. Software that transforms code created using a programming language into a program executable by a computer. a. creator b. compiler c. debugger d. transformer 25. Technique for checking whether functions are in accordance with specifications, focusing on the output results of input data. a. black box test b. compiler test c. red box test d. white box test 26. Kind of test data that confirm that tasks are processed normally. a. error data b. exception data c. normal data d. process data 27. Kind of test data that confirm whether exception data generated by tasks are processed as exceptions. a. error data b. exception data c. normal data d. process data 28. Kind of test data which confirm whether erroneous data are properly detected as errors a. error data b. exception data c. normal data d. process data 29. Range of values that are processed normally as input data. a. invalid equivalence class b. normal equivalence class c. process equivalence class d. valid equivalence class 30. Range of values that are errors as input data. a. invalid equivalence class b. normal equivalence class c. process equivalence class d. valid equivalence class 31. Method that divides input data into a valid equivalence class or an invalid equivalence class, and adopts values that are representative of each class as test data. a. boundary value analysis b. equivalence partitioning c. representative test analysis d. test data analysis 32. Method that adopts values at the boundaries of the equivalence classes as test data. a. boundary value analysis b. equivalence partitioning c. representative test analysis d. test data analysis 33. It is the most common development model that advances each process in sequence without backtracking. a. prototyping model b. RAD model c. spiral model d. waterfall model 34. A development model that divides the system into a number of subsystems and repeats the cycle from requirements analysis to operation for each subsystems. a. prototyping model b. RAD model c. spiral model d. waterfall model

35. A frame that standardizes the terminology and content of work in software development, including planning, development, operation, and maintenance. a. common frame b. content frame c. development frame d. plan frame 36. A development model that creates prototypes from an early stage of system development and obtains confirmation from the user (system user department) as development advances. a. prototyping model b. RAD model c. spiral model d. waterfall model 37. A method of programming that divides the program into individual processes and forms a hierarchical structure. a. data oriented approach b. object orientation c. process oriented approach d. structured method 38. A method for modeling a business and creating a program by considering what items (objects) are required to advance the business, and defining the object characteristics. a. data oriented approach b. object orientation c. process oriented approach d. structured method 39. A method of carrying out system development based on databases created by focusing on the structure of data used in the business. a. data oriented approach b. object orientation c. process oriented approach d. structured method 40. A method of carrying out system development by focusing on business processes and functions. a. data oriented approach b. object orientation c. process oriented approach d. structured method 41. In waterfall model, all of the following must be performed first before testing EXCEPT one, which one is it? a. development b. operation and maintenance c. software architecture design d. systems architecture design

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