Requirements Management with Use Cases - Part 2
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What question will help prevent defining
a use case that is too small?
A. What common behavior does this use case have with
other use cases?
B. What steps will an actor perform in this use case?
C. What goal does an actor achieve with this use case?
D. How does this use case fit into the overall structure
of the system?
Given: A developer is creating a use-case
model for telephone installations. One of the sub-flows
in the "Manage Installer's Schedule" use
case displays an installer's schedule for a whole
day. The client for whom the system is being built
wants to add a new feature that allows a dispatcher
to optionally display mileage between phone installation
locations. Instead of modifying the "Manage Installer's
Schedule" use case, the developer decides to
create a new use case called "Display Mileage."
What relationship should be created between the "Display
Mileage" use case and the "Manage Installer's
Schedule" use case?
What are the advantages of the use-case approach
over traditional development approaches?
A. Use cases give context to requirements
B. Use cases identify all stakeholders
C. Use cases visualize constraints
D. Use cases represent the user's perspective
What question helps identify the actors in
A. Who will be using the system?
B. Who will be paying for the system?
C. What subsystems will be in the system?
D. Who will be designing the system?
Which statements are TRUE regarding a use
case? (Select all that apply.)
A. A use case is an isolated part that provides a
piece of functionality for the system to be built.
B. A use case describes actions the system takes to
deliver something of value to the actor.
C. A use case contains functional software requirements.
D. A use case models a dialog between the system and
What does a supplementary specification include?
A. <<include>> and <<extend>>
relationships associated with a particular use case
B. Use-case diagram for the entire system
C. Non-functional requirements associated with a particular
D. Non-functional requirements associated with the
Refer to the exhibit below. What are the
three types of relationships in this use case?
A. X includes, Y generalization, Z extends
B. X extends, Y generalization, Z includes
C. X extends, Y includes, Z generalization
D. X generalization, Y includes, Z extends
Given: Consider the following set of initial
user requests from a telephone company about a new
customer service system: * The telephone company customer
service system shall be able to record and answer
questions about telephone installations. * When a
customer requests a new telephone, the service representative
shall record the customer's name, address, assigned
phone installer, and a projected time of the installation.
* After installation is complete, start time and duration
of installation are recorded. * Start time shall include
the year, month, day, hour, and minute. What is the
most appropriate name for one of the use cases in
this software system?
A. Schedule phone installation
B. Update phone installation database
C. Phone installation
D. Record start time
What is an actor?
A. Role a person or thing plays when interacting with
B. Anyone who will purchase the system
C. Anyone who has a vested interest in the outcome
of the system
D. Role a tester plays when testing the system
What does a post-condition describe?
A. One way that a use case can end
B. State of the system after the use case ends
C. Last non-functional requirement
D. Last step in the basic flow of events
What characterizes a generic alternative
flow of events?
A. Applies at any point in a use case
B. Is part of all scenarios
C. Is part of several different use cases
D. Handles several different error conditions