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Software Engineering MCQ - SDLC

56:  

 The scale of cohesion from the weakest (least desirable) to the strongest (most desirable) are

A.

cofincidental, logical, temporal, communicational, sequential, functional, informational

B.

informational, functional,temporal, coincidental,sequential, logical

C.

informational, logical, temporal, sequential, functional

D.

informational, temporal, logical, sequential, functional, coincidental

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :


57:  

Dheeraj decides to determine the cohesion of his module by writing a brief statement of its purpose. He finds words such as" Initialise" "Cleanup" refer to the operations ofher module. The type of cohesion exhibit by his module can be said to be

A.

Temporal

B.

logical

C.

sequential

D.

communicational

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :


58:  

Harry decides to determine the cohesion of a module by writing a brief statement of its purpose.He finds it has compound statements containing commas or more than one verb. The module probably has

A.

sequential or communicational binding.

B.

temporal or functional binding

C.

communicational or information binding

D.

cofincidental or functional binding

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :


59:  

Amol decides to determine the cohesion of a module by writing a brief statement that  fits purpose. He finds a number of words related to time like : after, first start, next then, when etc. The module probably has

A.

sequential or temporal binding

B.

functional or informational binding

C.

coincidental or functional binding

D.

sequential or functional binding

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :


60:  

Consider two modules A and B, both utility programs in the same organization developed by the same team of programmers, where a and b are the sizes, respetively. The cost to develop each module is Ca and Cb. The efforts are Ea and Eb. if Ca > Cb then

A.

Ea > Eb

B.

Ea < Eb

C.

Ea =Eb

D.

Ea and Eb are incomparable

 
 

Option: A

Explanation :




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