Software Engineering: MCQ Set – 03

Software Engineering: MCQ Set – 03

Q21: Who is the father of Software Engineering?

  • (A) Margaret Hamilton
  • (B) Watts S. Humphrey
  • (C) Alan Turing
  • (D) Boris Beizer

Q22: The Cleanroom philosophy was proposed by _________

  • (A) Linger
  • (B) Mills
  • (C) Dyer
  • (D) All of the Mentioned

Q23: What are agile manifesto principles?

  • (A) Customer satisfaction
  • (B) Face-to-face communication within a development team
  • (C) Changes in requirements are welcome
  • (D) All of the mentioned

Q24: Adaptive Software Development(ASD) has which of the following three framework activities?

  • (A) speculation, collaboration, learning
  • (B) analysis, design, coding
  • (C) requirements gathering, adaptive cycle planning, iterative development
  • (D) all of the mentioned

Q25: Which of the following document contains the user system requirements?

  • (A) SRD
  • (B) DDD
  • (C) SDD
  • (D) SRS

Q26: Which of the following is not a user interface design process?

  • (A) User, task, and environment analysis and modeling
  • (B) Interface design
  • (C) ) Knowledgeable, frequent users
  • (D) Interface validation

Q27: What defines the circumstances in which a particular operation is valid?

  • (A) Contradictions
  • (B) Post-condition
  • (C) Vagueness
  • (D) None of the mentioned

Q28: Which of the following term is best defined by the statement:”For a component to be composable, all external interactions must take place through publicly defined interfaces”?

  • (A) Standardized
  • (B) Independent
  • (C) Composable
  • (D) Documented

Q29: A distributed system must defend itself against

  • (A) Modification
  • (B) Interruption
  • (C) Fabrication
  • (D) All of the mentioned

Q30: Arrange the following activities in order to build a SOA.

i. Virtualization through mediation.

ii. Track services with registries.

iii. Govern, secure and manage the services. iv. Design for interoperability through the adoption of standards.

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