Software Components set 2

11Que:Cohesion metrics and coupling metrics are metrics in which level of design?
a.User interface design
b.Pattern-based design
c.Architectural design
d.Component-level design
12Que:When elements of module are grouped together that are executed sequentially in order to perform a task, is called ______ .
a.Procedural cohesion
b.Logical cohesion
c.Emporal cohesion
d.Co-incidental cohesion
13Que:Which coupling is also known as “Global coupling”?
a.Content coupling
b.Stamp coupling
c.Data coupling
d.Common coupling
14Que:What is the detailed sequence of steps that describes the interaction between the user and the application?
a.Scenario scripts
b.Support classes
c.Key classes
d.Subsystems
15Que:Which classes represent data stores (e.g., a database) that will persist beyond the execution of the software?
a.Process classes
b.System classes
c.Persistent classes
d.User interface classes
16Que:Abbreviate the term CMMI.
a.Capability Maturity Model Integration
b.Capability Model Maturity Integration
c.Capability Maturity Model Instructions
d.Capability Model Maturity Instructions
17Que:Grouping of all functionally related elements is known as ______ .
a.Cohesion
b.Coupling
c.Both A & B
d.None of the above
18Que:Cohesion is a qualitative indication of the degree to which a module
a.can be written more compactly.
b.focuses on just one thing.
c.is able to complete its function in a timely manner.
d.is connected to other modules and the outside world.
19Que:Coupling is a qualitative indication of the degree to which a module
a.can be written more compactly.
b.focuses on just one thing.
c.is able to complete its function in a timely manner.
d.is connected to other modules and the outside world.
20Que:Java packages and FORTRAN subroutine are examples of__________
a.Functions
b.Modules
c.Classes
d.Sub procedures