Quiz


1.  

What is an actor?

an actor is a person, organization, or thing that might interact with a system.

2.  

What is a subject matter expert?

a subject matter expert (sme) is a person who has expert knowledge of the system but may not use the system.

3.  

In your initial communication with a subject matter expert or an actor, what should you request from them?

you should request that they have ready any sample reports or forms that they currently use to do their job.

4.  

What should be the first thing you do when interviewing a subject matter expert or actor?

ask the most important questions first, in case you run out of time.

5.  

What is an essential use case?

an essential use case is a nontechnical view of how your system will work with its users.

6.  

What is the purpose of a use case diagram?

the purpose of the use case diagram is simply to identify the use of the system, not its technical details.

7.  

What does the system use case define?

the system use case defines the technical aspect of the system.

8.  

What is the purpose of business rules?

business rules define the rules a business must follow, and they must be incorporated into the system.

9.  

What do you use to define the flow of the program from a menu selection to a specific form?

user interface flow diagramming lets you define the flow of the program, from a menu selection to a specific form.

10.  

What is an actor class?

an actor class is a class that represents an actor within a system.

Answers

1.  

An actor is a person, organization, or thing that might interact with a system.

2.  

A subject matter expert (SME) is a person who has expert knowledge of the system but may not use the system.

3.  

You should request that they have ready any sample reports or forms that they currently use to do their job.

4.  

Ask the most important questions first, in case you run out of time.

5.  

An essential use case is a nontechnical view of how your system will work with its users.

6.  

The purpose of the use case diagram is simply to identify the use of the system, not its technical details.

7.  

The system use case defines the technical aspect of the system.

8.  

Business rules define the rules a business must follow, and they must be incorporated into the system.

9.  

User interface flow diagramming lets you define the flow of the program, from a menu selection to a specific form.

10.  

An actor class is a class that represents an actor within a system.




OOP Demystified
OOP Demystified
ISBN: 0072253630
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 130

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