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1. Software engineers do not need to consider hardware when designing a computer-based system.
2. Which of the following can be elements of computer-based systems?
- all of the above
3. The system engineering process usually begins with the
- detailed view
- domain view
- element view
- world view
4. To construct a system model the engineer should consider which of the following restraining factors?
- both a and c
5. By following modern system engineering practices simulation of reactive systems is no longer necessary.
6. During business process engineering, three different architectures are examined.
- applications, data, technology infrastructure
- communications, organization, financial infrastructure
- network, database, reporting structure
- systems, requirements, data structure
7. Which elements of business processing engineering are the responsibilities of the software engineer?
- business area analysis
- business system design
- construction and integration
- information strategy planning
- both b and c
8. The goal of product engineering is to translate the customer's desire for a set of defined capabilities into a working product.
9. The architecture components for product engineering are
- data, hardware, software, people
- data, documentation, hardware, software
- data, hardware, software, procedures
- documentation, hardware, people, procedures
10. The top level of the hierarchical model of a system is known as the
11. The system model template contains which of the following elements
- user interface
- all of the above
12. UML notations that can be used to model the hardware and software elements of a system are
- Activity diagrams
- Class diagrams
- Deployment diagrams
- Use-case diagrams
- a, b, and c