Requirements Modeling set 5

Que: 42. Which of the following Requirement Elicitation Techniques removes the poor understanding of application domain and lack of common terminology between the users and the analysts ?
d. Prototyping
Que: 43. How many steps are involved in Feature Oriented Domain Analysis (FODA) ?
a. Two
b. Three
c. Four
d. Five
Que: 44. Which one of the following is not an actor in JAD sessions ?
a. User
b. Tester
c. Scribe
d. Sponsor
Que: 45. What of the following is not an output of a JAD session ?
a. Context Diagrams
b. DFDs
c. ER model
d. UML diagrams
Que: 46. How is throwaway prototype different from evolutionary prototype ?
a. It involves successive steps.
b. It involves just one task.
c. The prototype is built with the idea that it will eventually be converted into final system.
d. It has a shorter development time.
Que: 47. Keeping the requirements of QFD in mind which of the following is not an example of an Expected Requirement ?
a. Ease of software installation
b. Overalll operational correctness and reliability
c. Specific system functions
d. Quality graphical display
Que: 48. Which of the following Requirement Elicitation Techniques is applicable to messy, changing and ill-defined problem situations ?
a. Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
b. Prototyping
c. Soft Systems Methodology (SSM)
d. Controlled Requirements Expression (CORE)
Que: 49. Choose the disadvantage of using SSM as an elicitation technique.
a. It incorporates human element into design.
b. SSM is in its infant stage.
c. SSM is suitable for new systems.
d. Standard methodologies like Role Exploration, Issue Resolution and Reorganization support SSM.
Que: 50. Who controls the FAST (Facilitated Application Specification Techniques) meeting ?
a. System Analyst
b. Scribe
c. Facilitator
d. Manager
Que: 51. Arrange the steps in order to represent the conducting of Wideband Delphi Technique.i. Conduct a group discussionii. Conduct another group discussioniii. Present experts with a problemiv. Collect expert opinion anonymouslyv. Iterate until consensus is reachedvi. Feedback a summary of result to each expert
a. i, iii, ii, iv, v, vi
b. iii, i, ii, iv, v, vi
c. i, ii, iii, iv, vi, v
d. iii, i, iv, vi, ii, v