Software Engineering: MCQ Set – 01

Software Engineering: MCQ Set – 01

Q1: Software is defined as ___________

  • (A) set of programs, documentation & configuration of data
  • (B) set of programs
  • (C) documentation and configuration of data
  • (D) None of the mentioned

Q2: Why do bugs and failures occur in software?

  • (A) Because of Developers
  • (B) Because of companies
  • (C) Because of both companies and Developers
  • (D) None of the mentioned

Q3: Regardless of application area, project size, or complexity, software development work may be divided into three generic phases: the__________ phase, which focuses on what, the_________ phase, which focuses on how, and the_________ phase, which focuses on change.

i. support

ii. development

iii. definition

  • (A) iii, ii, i
  • (B) iii, i, ii
  • (C) i, ii, iii
  • (D) ii, i, iii

Q4: __________ is not suitable for accommodating any change?

  • (A) RAD Model
  • (B) Waterfall Model
  • (C) Build & Fix Model
  • (D) Prototyping Model

Q5: ______________ is an indirect measure of software development process.

  • (A) Cost
  • (B) Effort Applied
  • (C) Efficiency
  • (D) All of the mentioned

Q6: Which of the following is golden rule for interface design?

  • (A) Place the user in control
  • (B) Reduce the user’s memory load
  • (C) Make the interface consistent
  • (D) All of the mentioned

Q7: Which of the following option is not provided by formal methods?

  • (A) providing frameworks
  • (B) verifying systems
  • (C) provide investors
  • (D) both providing frameworks and verifying systems

Q8: A software element conforms to a standard component model and can be independently deployed and composed without modification according to a composition standard.

  • (A) True
  • (B) False

Q9: Which of the following term is best defined by the statement “In a distributed system, several processes may operate at the same time on separate computers on the network.”?

  • (A) Concurrency
  • (B) Openness
  • (C) Resource sharing
  • (D) Fault tolerance

Q10: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is

  • (A) Strongly Coupled
  • (B) Loosely Coupled
  • (C) Strongly Cohesive
  • (D) Loosely Cohesive