True/False Questions for Use Cases

  • 1 Concrete style of use cases focus on the user interface and do not focus on actor intent. True View Answer

  • 2 Use cases do not emphasize on the user goals and perspective. False View Answer

  • 3 The Use-Case Diagram is the only requirement artifact in the Unified Process. False View Answer

  • 4 The Unified Process defines the Use-Case Model within the Requirements discipline. True View Answer

  • 5 UML use case diagram shows collection of related success and failure scenarios that describe an actor using a system to support a single goal. False View Answer

  • 6 The casual format of use case has informal paragraphs with focus of each paragraph on specific scenario. True View Answer

  • 7 The brief level use case format has informal paragraphs with focus of each paragraph on specific scenario. False View Answer

  • 8 Casual format of use cases has informal paragraph format where multiple paragraphs cover various scenarios True View Answer

  • 9 Brief format of use cases has informal paragraph format where multiple paragraphs cover various scenarios False View Answer

  • 10 An abstract use case is never instantiated by itself; it is a sub function use case that is part of another use case. True View Answer

  • 11 A concrete use case is initiated by an actor and performs the entire behavior desired by the actor. True View Answer

  • 12 Primary actor calls the system services to fulfill a goal. True View Answer

  • 13 Sub function level describe the sub steps required to support a user goal. True View Answer

  • 14 Special requirements record non functional requirements, quality attribute, or constraints in this section True View Answer

  • 15 Fully dressed Use cases covers one paragraph summary and cover mainly success scenario False View Answer

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