CMPSC 235 Computer System Analysis questions

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Matching. Choose the best answer.

For each item below select one of these matching terms. Do not use any answer more than once.

  • actor
  • bipolar
  • business requirements
  • central tendency
  • closed
  • context level
  • external entity
  • halo effect
  • leading
  • leniency
  • open-ended
  • SRS – Software Requirements Specification
  • use case
  • user requirements
  • Vision and Scope document

Matching. Choose the best answer. For each item below select one of these matching terms. Do not use any answer more than once. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • actor bipolar business requirements central tendency closed context level external entity halo effect leading leniency open-ended SRS – Software Requirements Specification use case user requirements Vision and Scope document A question for which there are only 2 possible responses, e.g., yes or no, agree or disagree, etc. bipolar A question which has a finite number of responses. closed This kind of question directs the interviewee toward a response that the analyst seems to want context level a problem caused by questionnaire respondents who rate everything as average central tendency a problem caused by questionnaire respondents who are “easy raters.” leniency when the impression formed in one question carries over into the next question. halo effect "Explain how you make a purchasing decision." is an example of what kind of question? open-ended In requirements analysis: “should come from the person with the money” closed In requirements analysis: “should come from the person who actually presses the keys.” SRS - Softw are Requirements Specification used to document user requirements user requirements A comprehensive document that lists all of the requirements. use case where business requirements are documented leading the term in a use case that refers to a system user actor On a data flow diagram: a person, group, department, or any system that either receives or originates information or data. vision and scope document A process bubble numbered with a zero is found on what kind of data flow diagram? business requirements

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