True/False Questions for OOAD and Visual Modeling

  • 1 Knowing UML means one can handle object-oriented analysis and design. False View Answer

  • 2 In the Unified Process model requirements are determined iteratively and may span more than one phase of the process. True View Answer

  • 3 Inheritance is occurrences of different forms, stages, or types False View Answer

  • 4 Mechanism to create new objects based on old objects is called polymarphism. False View Answer

  • 5 In iterative development, each iteration has its own requirements analysis, design, implementation, and testing activities True View Answer

  • 6 Conceptual diagrams are interpreted as describing things in a situation of real word or domain of interest. True View Answer

  • 7 Model helps you plan a system before you built it. True View Answer

  • 8 Analysis emphasizes on the investigation of the problem and requirements rather than solution. True View Answer

  • 9 Inheritance allows new objects to inherit the qualities of old objects. True View Answer

  • 10 UP is very flexible and open, and encourages including skillful practices True View Answer

  • 11 Information Hiding is not the ability to hide murky details of an object from the outside world. False View Answer

  • 12 Aggregation is used when life of object is dependent of container object False View Answer

  • 13 UML is simply a standard visual modeling language, knowing its details teach you how to think in objects False View Answer

  • 14 Inception phase define iteration plan only for first elaboration phase True View Answer

  • 15 Polymorphism, when a message is received by different objects acts same for all. False View Answer

  • 16 Agile practices such as Agile Modeling are key to applying the UML in an effective way. True View Answer

  • 17 Unified Process (UP) is an iterative process. True View Answer

  • 18 Requirement collection is the process of taking the information from the model and displaying it graphically using some sort of standard set of graphical elements. False View Answer

  • 19 The Unified Modeling Language is a visual language for specifying and documenting the artifacts of the system True View Answer

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