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Which of the following is not specified by the detailed procedures in a test plan?
What the rate of the forward engineering will be
The objective of ____ testing is to identify and eliminate execution errors that could cause a program to terminate abnormally, and logic errors that could have been missed during desk checking.
Successful completion of system testing is the key to user and management approval, which is why system tests sometimes are called ____.
In a structure chart, a control couple shows a message, also called a status ____, which one module sends to another.
At the end of the systems implementation phase, the final report to management should include ____.
-final versions of all system documentation
-a comparison of actual costs and schedules to the original estimates
-planned modifications and enhancements to the system that have been identified
The ____ changeover method involves implementing the complete new system at a selected location of the company.
Application ____ is the process of constructing the programs and code modules that serves as the building blocks of an information system.
____ describes the degree of interdependence among modules.
In sequence, the four steps typically followed to create a structure chart are ____.
review the DFDs; identify modules and relationships; add couples, loops, and conditions; analyze the structure chart and the data dictionary
The ____ changeover method requires that both the old and the new information systems operate fully for a specific period.
In a structure chart, a curved arrow represents a ____, which indicates that one or more modules are repeated.
To achieve better, faster, and less expensive methods of software development, ____ designed the Capability Maturity Model (CMM), which improves quality, reduces development time, and cuts costs.
SEI (Software Engineering Institute)
Integration testing is sometimes known as ____ testing.
The testing of an individual module is called ____ testing.
____ is the process of reviewing the program code to spot logic errors, which produce incorrect results.
In a structure chart, a(n) ____ line, which has a diamond on one end, indicates that a control module determines which subordinate modules will be invoked.
____ graphically represent the logical rules and interaction between program modules using a series of symbols connected by arrows.
Software ____ is a software development process that stresses solid design, effective structure, accurate documentation, and careful testing.
The ____ approach causes the changeover from the old system to the new system to occur immediately when the new system becomes operational.
Unless a problem must be corrected, or modifications or enhancements must be made, access to the operational environment is limited to ____ and must be strictly controlled.
According to your Chapter 11 Video, XP is focused on
According to your Chapter 11 Video, your professor says that
he followed the textbook but his impetus was to operationalize these concepts
In a(n) ____ approach, the systems analyst documents the system's requirements and then breaks them down into subsystems and modules.
The ____ changeover method allows the new system to be implemented in stages, or modules.
____ measures a module's scope and processing characteristics.
____ cutover involves more risk than other changeover methods.
____ consists of instructions and information to users who will interact with the system
A Web site for the ____ describes a variety of IT education and training resources.
Center for the Application of Information Technologies (CAIT)
In a technique called ____ testing, the programmer simulates each program outcome or result and displays a message to indicate whether or not the program executed successfully.
In addition to analyzing logic and program code, a project team usually holds a session with users, called a ____ walkthrough, to review the interface with a cross-section of people who will work with the new system and ensure that all the necessary features have been included.
____ describes the inputs, outputs, and processing logic for all program modules
Using a ____ strategy, knowledgeable users can be selected who then conduct sessions for others.
If a module must perform multiple tasks, ____.
the module will be more difficult to create and maintain, more complex coding is required.
When developing a training program, which of the following guidelines should be kept in mind?
Select the most effective place to conduct the training; provide for learning by hearing, seeing, and doing; rely on previous trainees.
A ____ consists of related program code organized into small units that are easy to understand and maintain.
Many organizations require a more formal type of desk checking called a structured walkthrough, or ____ review.