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111. What are the kinds of actors used in OOSE ?
D. Both Primary and Secondary
112. What requirement gathering method developed at IBM in 1970s is used for managing requirement elicitation ?
D. Both JAD and Traceability
113. Which of the following property does not correspond to a good Software Requirements Specification (SRS) ?
114. The SRS is said to be consistent if and only if____________________?
A. its structure and style are such that any changes to the requirements can be made easily while retaining the style and structure
B. every requirement stated therein is one that the software shall meet
C. every requirement stated therein is verifiable
D. no subset of individual requirements described in it conflict with each other
115. The SRS document is also known as ________________ specification ?
D. none of the mentioned
116. Which one of the following is a requirement that fits in a developer’s module ?
117. Arrange the tasks involved in requirements elicitation in an appropriate manner ?
iii. Requirements Gathering
A. iii, i, ii, iv
B. iii, iv, ii, i
C. iii, ii, iv, i
D. ii, iii, iv, i
118. What kind of approach was introduced for elicitation and modelling to give a functional view of the system ?
A. Object Oriented Design (by Booch)
B. Use Cases (by Jacobson)
C. Fusion (by Coleman)
D. Object Modeling Technique (by Rumbaugh)
119. What is the first step of requirement elicitation ?
A. Identifying Stakeholder
B. Listing out Requirements
C. Requirements Gathering
D. All of the mentioned
120. What are the types of requirement in Quality Function Deployment (QFD) ?
A. Known, Unknown, Undreamed
B. User, Developer
C. Functional, Non-Functional
D. Normal, Expected, Exciting