Rational Unified Process
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In what lifecycle phase is software architecture the
Which of the following statements characterize a typical
iteration in the Construction phase? (Select all that
A. It involves more work on requirements than on implementation
B. It makes significant changes to the architecture
established during Elaboration
C. It involves a significant amount of testing
D. It includes creation of the Development Case for
E. It updates the Risk List
When does an iterative lifecycle enable user/customers
to participate in the development process?
A. Only at the beginning and at the end of the schedule
B. In potentially every iteration, to review releases
and provide input
C. When documentation must be generated
D. Only at major milestones
How do you represent an actor in basic UML notation?
A. Rectangle containing the actor's name
C. Rectangle with three compartments
E. Stick figure
Which of the following are evaluation criteria for
reaching the Lifecycle Objectives Milestone? (Select
all that apply)
A. Stakeholders concur on scope definition and cost/schedule
B. The key approaches to be used in test and evaluation
C. There is a shared understanding of the subset of
requirements that have been captured so far.
D. All risks have been identified and a mitigation
strategy exists for each.
UML activity diagrams are used to describe what part
of Rational Unified Process?
A. Activates within a workflow detail
B. Role responsibilities
C. Workflow diagrams for each discipline
D. The flow of information between major artifacts
What role is primarily responsible for the artifact
A. Project Manager
B. Technical Writer
C. Process Engineer
D. Tool Specialist
What is a model?
A. An item that is only needed if an OO coding language
B. The semantic equivalent of the software architecture
C. A complete yet typically abstract description of
a system from a particular perspective
D. The same thing as a diagram.