CIT831 TMA NOUN Past Questions & Answers 2019

1. Question
Spiral model is a series of waterfall models preceded by a/an _____
Answer
Risk analysis

2. Question
A separate system, that provides services to other components is a ___
Answer
Module

3. Question
_____ is a system whose operation is independent of services provided by other sub-systems
Answer
Sub System

4. Question
One of these is a widely used software life-cycle model
Answer
Prototyping

5. Question
Modular decomposition where the system is decomposed into functions is a _____
Answer
Data-flow model

6. Question
Generic models and Reference models are types of ____
Answer
Domain-specific models

7. Question
Architectural models specific to application domain are _____
Answer
Domain-specific models

8. Question
____ represents the link between specification and design processes
Answer
Architectural Design

9. Question
___ is the technique for the unambiguous specification of software
Answer
Formal Specification

10. Question
Formal methods are more applied in ____ areas
Answer
Critical systems
 

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11. Question
Conflicts between different non-functional requirements are common in ____ systems
Answer
Complex

12. Question
Non-functional requirements describe system properties and ____
Answer
Constraints

13. Question
All are types of requirement except ____
Answer
Perimeter

14. Question
What is the result of requirement imprecision?
Answer
Users intention not met

15. Question
All are users of Requirement document except ____
Answer
Government

16. Question
The process of converting system specification into an executable system is known as ____
Answer
Software design and Implementation

17. Question
Waterfall is an example of a _____
Answer
Software Model

18. Question
Evolutionary development can be used for one of these …..
Answer
Short-lifetime Systems

19. Question
All are problems of Evolutionary development except ____
Answer
Too expensive

20. Question
Domain requirements are derived from the _____ domain
Answer
Application
 
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