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OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN USING UML

 Assignment A

Question 1. What is Visual Modelling? Explain the Object oriented Modelling.

Question 2. Write a short note on:

  1. Aggregation and Association
  2. Generalization and Inheritance
  3. Class Diagram

Question 3. What is UML? Explain various UML Diagrams.

Question 4. What is Use Case? How it is different from Actor? 

Question 5. Explain State Chart Diagram and Activity Diagram.

Question 6. What is the difference b/w Sequence Diagram and Collaboration Diagram? 

Question 7. Explain the Deployment Diagram in details. Solve by www.solvezone.in contact for more details – at 8882309876 

Question 8. What is the difference between object oriented and procedure oriented methodologies.

Assignment  B

  1. Design UML diagrams for Hotel Management System including all of its routine processes.

Assignment C

Question No.  1           Marks - 10

Which of the following should be represented on an information flow diagram?    

Options          

  1. Process
  2. Entity
  3. Forecasting the human resource
  4. Attribute

Question No.  2           Marks -10

What are the most useful UML diagrams and related information that can be used to represent a Web App interaction model? 

Options          

  1. activity diagrams, class diagrams, state diagrams, interface prototype
  2. activity diagrams, collaboration diagrams, sequence diagrams, state diagrams
  3. use-cases, sequence diagrams, state diagrams, interface prototype
  4. use-cases, sequence diagrams, state diagrams, sequence diagrams

Question No.  3           Marks - 10

A web blueprint depicts--

Options          

  1. The layout of the home page
  2. The layout of a sitemap
  3. The layout of an individual web page
  4. The layout of a website

Question No.  4           Marks - 10

Which of the following statements are true for Activity diagrams?

Options          

  1. can be used to depict workflow for a particular business activity
  2. can be used to explore/discover parallel activities
  3. do not tell you who does what and are difficult to trace back to object models
  4. all of the above

Question No.  5           Marks - 10

UML depicts information systems as a collection of--

 Options          

  1. Data entities
  2. Information
  3. Objects
  4. Processes

Question No.  6           Marks - 10

Which statements are true about associations in Class Diagrams? 

Options          

  1. It is good practice to name every association and most data modelers prefer to name association using a "verb"
  2. Most object modelers prefer to assign role name using a "noun" to association
  3. If there is no name on the role, the implied name is the name of target class
  4. None of the above

Question No.  7           Marks - 10

Which of the following relates to enterprise interoperability? 

Options          

  1. DFD
  2. XML
  3. Entity Relationship Diagram
  4. Information Flow Diagram

Question No.  8           Marks - 10

What is true about Class diagrams?

Options          

  1. Conceptual perspective: The diagrams are interpreted as describing things in the real world.
  2. Specification perspective: The diagrams are interpreted as describing software abstractions or components with specifications and interfaces but with no commitment to a particular implementation.
  3. Implementation perspective: The diagrams are interpreted as describing software implementations in a particular technology and language.
  4. All of the above

Question No.  9           Marks - 10

Which of the following is not a type of navigation system for a web site? 

Options          

  1. Local
  2. Regional
  3. Contextual
  4. Global National

Question No.  10         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements are true? 

Options          

  1. Modeling language is a notation, a way you use to express your thinking and others can understand.
  2. Process is "Who is doing what and How" do you organize OOP activities, such as RUP and waterfall process.
  3. Methodology = Process + Notatione.g.Booch Method = Booch Process + Booch Notation
  4. All of the above

Question No.  11         Marks - 10

What should not be part of an acceptable use policy? 

Options          

  1. Encryption policies
  2. Legal obligations
  3. User Responsibilities
  4. Allowable use of systems

Question No.  12         Marks - 10

Use-case analysis focuses upon 

Options          

  1. Objects
  2. Information
  3. Entities
  4. Actors

Question No.  13         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements are false about Activity Diagrams?  

Options          

  1. From conceptual perspective, an activity is some task that needs to be done, whether automated or manual
  2. From specification perspective, an activity is a method of a class
  3. It is illegal to have an activity followed by another activity
  4. Activity diagrams may contain the following elements: activity, trigger (solid-line with arrow at one end), guard ([condition]), decision (diamond), synchronization bar, start and end point

Question No.  14         Marks - 10

When to use Interaction Diagrams?

 Options          

  1. When you want to look at the behavior of several objects within a single use case or several use cases
  2. They are good at showing collaborations among objects; they are not so good at conditions and looping
  3. They are good to look at behavior of a single object across many use cases.
  4. All of the above

Question No.  15         Marks - 10

Which of the following is part of a static view of information? 

Options          

  1. Data flow model
  2. Meta data
  3. Information process model
  4. Logical data model

Question No.  16         Marks - 10

What is true about UML stereotypes? 

Options          

  1. A stereotype is used for extending the UML language.
  2. A stereotyped class must be abstract.
  3. The stereotype {frozen} indicates that the UML element cannot be changed.
  4. UML Profiles can be stereotyped for backward compatibility

Question No.  17         Marks - 10

A derived class is a--  

Options          

  1. Child Class
  2. Parent Class
  3. Base Class
  4. Differentiated Classes

Question No.  18         Marks - 10

What is true about a Sequence Diagram?  

Options          

  1. It describes the behaviour in many Use Cases.
  2. It describes the behaviour in a single Use Case of several objects.
  3. It describes the behaviour of a single object.
  4. None of the above

Question No.  19         Marks - 10

Which of the following statement is true about visibility?  

Options          

  1. UML uses # for public element
  2. UML uses - for private element
  3. UML uses * for protected element
  4. UML adopts Java´s convention

Question No.  20         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements are true for Activity diagrams?  

Options          

  1. Can be used to depict workflow for a particular business activity
  2. Can be used to explore/discover parallel activities
  3. Do not tell you who does what and are difficult to trace back to object models
  4. All of the above

Question No.  21         Marks - 10

Which statement is correct to test sub typing?  

Options          

  1. Use "is a" e.g. Silky is a Cat; Cat is an Animal
  2. Cat is a kind of Animal
  3. Animal is a kind of Cat
  4. All of the above

Question No.  22         Marks - 10

Constraints can be represented in UML by- 

Options          

  1. [ text string ]
  2. { text string }
  3. notes
  4. constraint

Question No.  23         Marks - 10

Which of the following statement is false?  

Options          

  1. Aggregation is a special kind of Association.
  2. Both Aggregation and Composition are ´part-of´ relationship.
  3. When the whole is deleted, parts in aggregation are also removed
  4. All of the above

Question No.  24         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements is true about an Association Class? 

Options          

  1. It can contain attributes and operations.
  2. There can be more than one instance between participating objects.
  3. It is designed to support the Historic Mapping pattern.
  4. All of above

Question No.  25         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements describes taxonomy?  

Options          

  1. A list of equivalent terms
  2. A complex controlled vocabulary showing relationships
  3. A browsable hierarchy
  4. None of the above

Question No.  26         Marks - 10

Which of the following statements about XML schemas is incorrect? 

Options          

  1. Schemas are defined by XSD tag
  2. They offer more flexibility than DTDs
  3. All XML documents must have a schema
  4. Schemas can specify integer values

Question No.  27         Marks - 10

Class diagrams at conceptual level should include-- 

Options          

  1. Attributes ONLY
  2. Operations ONLY
  3. Both attributes and operations
  4. None of the above 

Question No.  28         Marks - 10

29 UML consists of- 

Options          

  1. Person, places, and things.
  2. Things, relationships, and diagrams
  3. Active and stationary things.
  4. Active things and diagrams.

Question No.  29         Marks - 10

Which of these is a basic type of structure that might be imposed on classes and objects?  

Options          

  1. Generalization-specialization
  2. Whole-part
  3. Both a and b
  4. None of the above

Question No.  30         Marks - 10

Polymorphism--           

Options          

  1. Is a Greek word meaning many forms.
  2. Is the capability of a program to have several versions of a method with the same name?
  3. Is also known as method overriding.
  4. All of the above

Question No.  31         Marks - 10

UML diagrams are of two main types--  

Options          

  1. State and process
  2. Structure and behavioral.
  3. Service and subject.
  4. Class and object.

Question No.  32         Marks - 10

The primary elements of UML are called--

          

Question No.  33         Marks - 10

What is a "use case"? 

Options          

  1. A class
  2. A reusable object
  3. A particular role of a user of the system
  4. A sequence of transactions in a system

Question No.  34         Marks - 10

Which of the following describes the use case relationships-  

Options          

  1. Communicates, includes, extends, and generalizes
  2. Includes, extends, overrides, and generalizes
  3. Includes, extends, overrides, and overloads
  4. Overrides, overloads, specifies, and generalizes

Question No.  35         Marks - 10

Things that are grouped together into physical subsystems in UML are called-  

Options          

  1. None of the above.

Question No.  36         Marks - 10

Statechart diagrams-- 

Options          

  1. Is another way to determine class methods?
  2. Are also called state transition diagrams.
  3. Are created for a single class.
  4. All of the above.

 Question No.  37        Marks - 10

The primary use case-- 

Options          

  1. Is also known as the happy path.
  2. Should be started from the 0-Level diagram.
  3. Describes only the unusual system behaviors.
  4. Never includes the alternative paths.

Question No.  38         Marks - 10

What encapsulates both data and data manipulation functions?        

Options          

  1. Object
  2. Class
  3. Super Class
  4. Sub Class 

Question No.  39         Marks - 10

Activity diagrams--             

Options          

  1. Use arrows, diamonds, crow´s feet, and circles
  2. Show the sequence of activities in a process
  3. Are created for multiple use cases to show their interactions
  4. Use arrows, rectangles, diamonds, and triangles

Question No.  40         Marks - 10

Sequence diagrams 

Options          

  1. Show a succession of interactions over time.
  2. Illustrate processing described in use case scenarios.
  3. Are derived from use case analysis.
  4. All of the above.


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