System Analysis Design-1B

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Assignment A
Q1: Explain the following Software design concepts:
a) Abstraction
b) Refinement
c) Modularity
d) Control Hierarchy
Q2: Describe the following:
a) System Testing
b) Integration Testing
Q3: How do you and your organization define system? Mention the systems that require engineering.
Q4: Explain in brief the four primary system development models.
Q5: Discuss analytical representation of a system
Q6: Describe Software Quality Assurance Activities
Q7: Explain feasibility study and its types.
Q8: Give the overview of system life cycle.

CASE STUDY

Mary the Director of Marketing at EzSoft co, reads a trade magazine article and decides the company needs a hot new product like the one mentioned there. Does it matter that a lot of it icon practical or applicable to the product lines the company currently sells? Of the course not all that matters to her is that it will create some buzz at upcoming trade shows. She whips together some rough sales projection numbers sells the idea to her boss, Stan, the VP of Sales and Marketing.
A couple of weekends later there is an executive management retreat strategy meeting. Stan and Mary give a quick presentation that relies heavily on the rough pie-in -the – sky potential sales number that Mary had essentially made up. Stan tells them that this is a ” must have ASAP” product that has to be ready by a major trade show coming up in 6 months and preferably by the company’s national sales meeting in a little over 4 months .Phil , the CEO, is very excited about the potentially high revenue shown in the briefing . He orders Brian, the Director of Software Development, to get the project started right away.
After returning from the retreat, Brian pulls Joe, a development team lead, off the project he’s been leading for about 4 months and tells him to get with Mary about a new product ASAP. Joe protests the move by telling Brian that the current project, a key upgrade to the company’s core program suite, is merely complete and he has the most knowledge about that complex product. Brain explains that he’s giving that project to one of the junior developers to build up their team lead experience. He tells Joe,’ I want my best development lead on this new and important project. You are the best, aren’t you? That old project is on autopilot anyway, a trained monkey could handle it. Stan and Phil want this new program ASAP and are watching it closely. A high visibility project like this will give your career here quite a boost.’
When Joe tries to schedule a requirements meeting he discovers that Mary was very busy , It takes almost 2 weeks to schedule a meeting with her because she keeps canceling meetings, ignoring emails and voice messages , and is never in her office . Finally, tired of the run around, Joe asks Brian to help get a meeting set up.
After complaining about Joe not taking any initiative, he grudgingly gets a meeting set up with her for about 15 minutes late on a Friday afternoon. She quickly runs through what she wants in rather general terms and then hands Joe her ideas scribbled on a couple of legal pad sheets and a poor photocopy of the article. But, more important to her, she also has images for branding the product’s splash screen and about box and a color scheme. She tells, Joe, “Make sure that you have my pictures and in the colors in the program because that’s what I will be ‘sneak peak’ promoting at an industry conference in Jamaica next week.”
After the meeting with Mary, Joe has a lot of questions about her off-the wall scribbling and the vogue magazine article. He even questions the practicality of the project as he begins to analyze the information early the next week. He tries to bring this up with Brain but all he want to know why the team, a hastily assembled group of new hires and contractors Joe didn’t even interviewing the candidates for the project yet. He tells Joe that Mary him she had given him complete requirements just before she left and that should be all he needs. Brain says “the requirements are in the can, done, don’t worry about them.”
Joe starts to protest but Brain blows off Joe’s complaints about the state of the requirements again and makes it clear once again that the project has top priority. He tells Joe,” Mary is an idea person, not a detail person like you. She `s going to be out of the office for the next 10 days so why don’t you show a little initiative and write up the detailed requirements ASAP yourself ? She wouldn’t know what you were talking about anyway, Take the bull by the horns and get it done! You’re a ‘can do’ person, right? I only want ‘can do’ people on my team.’ Joe agrees that he is a ‘can do ‘ person and tells Brian that he’ll get the requirements wrapped up and hold any questions until Mary returns, Brian says, ” OK , great , just get the ball rolling.”
Please give your answer in at least 25 words and press save and continue button.

Q1: What ails the organization
Q2: What strategy the Mary should have adopted to have the project completed in time before the slated trade fair
Q3: What control hierarchy should have been in place in the organization

Assignment – C

Q1: Hipo stand for
hiper internet protocols operation
hierarchy plus input process output
both
none

Q2: which is not a part of software testing
system testing
unit testing
making dfd
none

Q3: System evaluation component are
Internal controls
Deficiencies
Recommendation
All

Q4: the reasons of system maintenance
revision of the format of the report
of the formats of the data input
both
none

Q5: Data processing Manager must have the Knowledge of…
Providing a guidance on data processing problem
Development and implementation of process standards
Both
None

Q6: System approach means
Define the problem
Understand the sys.
Both a & b
None of these.

Q7: A data dictionary is usually developed
At requirements specification phase
During feasibility analysis
When DFD is developed
.When a database is designed

Q8: A data element in a data flow
(i) May be an integer number
(ii) May be a real number
(iii) May be binary
(iv) May be imaginary

(i),(ii),(iv)
(iii),(iv),(ii)
(i),(ii),(iii)
(i) and (ii)

Q9: System project are initiated for different reasons are
competitiveness
operation research
both
none

Q10: Spiral model is used for
Large project
Very small project.
Both
None of these

Q11: Which model is used frame work?
Waterfall model
Spiral model
Both a&b
All of the above

Q12: Type of testing.
unit testing
System testing
Acceptance testing
All of the above

Q13: What is integration testing?
Integrate all modules
Integrate all function of a module
Both a&b
All of the above

Q14: Characteristics of information
Accuracy
Relevance
Both a&b
None of these

Q15: Structured decision ………………..
Can be delegated
Cannot be delegated
Both a&b
None of these

Q16: Unstructured decision ………………..
Cannot be delegated
Can be delegated
Both a&b
None of these

Q17: Type of DSS
Status inquires Systems
Data analysis system
Both
None

Q18: Analysis of the system means
Identification
Understanding
Both
None

Q19: System objective are:
To maintain the company’s share of the market
To increase the net profits of the company
To maintain the current efficiency.
All.

Q20: integrated dictionary is related to a
Database
Database management sys.
Mete data
None

Q21: Documentation for system designer includes.
System flowchart
Input layout
Output layout
all

Q22: SSADM means
Structured systems analysis and design methodology
Software systems analysis and design methodology
Both
None

Q23: System Evaluation component are
internal controls
defiencies
Recommendation
all

Q24: The reasons of system maintenance
Minor changes in the processing logics
Error detected during the processing
Both
None

Q25: Which one is not a phase of RAD model
Process Modeling
Data Modeling
Prototype Modeling
Business Modeling

Q26: A reliable programming consists of
Fault avoidance
Fault tolerance
Fault detection
All above

Q27: CAD Stands for
Computer Aided Development
Computer Aided Design
Computer Aid Development
Computer Aid Design

Q28: It is necessary to carefully design data input to a computer based system because
it is good to be careful
the volume of data handled is large
the volume of data handled is small
data entry operators are not good

Q29: All data is a GIS are either ________ data or ________ data.
Spatial, attribute
Spatial, dynamic
Domain, dynamic
Spatial, attribute

Q30: Statistics are the set of mathematical methods used to _______ & __________ data.
Collect, analyze
Censuses, track
Both a & b
None

Q31: What is close system?
System has limited shape
System is rigid and mathematical
Both a & b
all of the above

Q32: integrated dictionary is related to a
Database
Database management sys.
Mete data
None

Q33: Which is not a implementation components are
Hardware installation
testing
both
none

Q34: Operational information is used by
Top level
Middle level
Both a&b
None of these

Q35: System Evaluation component are
internal controls
defiencies
Recommendation
all

Q36: Machine operations include
system flow
Detailed instruction
jcl listing
all

Q37: In the probabilistic sys the behavior can’t be ……………with certainty.
Predicated
Estimates
Define
Probabilistic.

Q38: A system may consist of two or more integrated elements whose combined _________purpose is to achieve mission objective that may not be ________or ______________ accomplished by each element on an individual basis.
System, effectively, efficient
Synergistic, effectively, efficiently
System, intervention, support
Planning, efficiently, capable

Q39: ___________term reflects the ________top – down, diagonal, representation rather that the actual ________with highly _________.
Waterfall, graphical, implementation, iterative
Spiral, recursive, design, external
Boehm, determined, perform, abstraction
None of these

Q40: The system life cycle serves structurally as the foundation for system development; Human made systems are conceptualized ________, _________, __________ and _____________of using this structure.
Planned, procured, developed, organized
Project, planned, common, combine
Product, project, create, collect
Project, planned, modify, create