Computer Science Mock Test NET Exam(Software Engineering) - Part 02

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  1.   Structured charts are a product of _______.
    1.  requirements analysis
    2.  coding
    3.  requirements gathering
    4.  design

  2. A COCOMO model is _______.
    1.  Constructive Cost Estimation Model
    2.  Complete Cost Estimation Model
    3.  Common Cost Estimation Model
    4.  Comprehensive Cost Estimation Model

  3. Spiral Model was developed by __________.
    1.  Berry Bohem
    2.  Roger Pressman
    3.  Bev Littlewood
    4.  Victor Bisili

  4. SRS stands for ________.
    1.  System requirement specification
    2.  Software requirement solution
    3.  System robustness specification
    4.  Software requirement specification

  5. In transform analysis, input portion is called _____.
    1.  Efferent branch
    2.  Central Transform
    3.  Different branch
    4.  Afferent branch

  6. Black Box testing is sometimes called as _________.
    1.  Graph Based testing
    2.  Behavioural testing
    3.  Loop testing
    4.  None of the above

  7. What is the objective of software tesing?
    1.  to uncover errors
    2.  debugging
    3.  to gain modularity
    4.  both (b) & (c)

  8. One way to improve readability in coding is to ______.
    1.  avoid goto statement
    2.  modularize the program
    3.  name variables and functions according to their use
    4.  all of the above

  9. The model remains operative until the software is retired.
    1.  waterfall
    2.  spiral
    3.  prototyping
    4.  incremental

  10. Interaction modeling cannot be done using _______.
    1.  Use-Cases
    2.  State Diagrams
    3.  Sequence Diagrams
    4.  Activity Diagrams


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