Prototyping and UML Use Case Diagrams - Software Design Question and Answers

1.

What are prototypes?

   A.) Prototypes is a working model of part or all of a final product
   B.) Prototypes does not represent any sort of models
   C.) Prototype can never consist of full size
   D.) All of the mentioned

Answer: Option 'A'

Prototypes is a working model of part or all of a final product
 

2.

Which statements are considered correct in reference to use case diagram?

   A.) A scenario is an interaction between product and particular interaction
   B.) A use case diagram represent a product’s use cases and actors involved in each use case
   C.) All of the mentioned
   D.) None of the mentioned

Answer: Option 'C'

All of the mentioned

3.

Which of these is true for prototypes?

   A.) Horizontal Prototypes does some processing apart from the required for presenting the product’s user interface
   B.) Vertical Prototype realizes part or all of a product’s user interface
   C.) All of the mentioned
   D.) None of the mentioned

Answer: Option 'D'

None of the mentioned

Horizontal prototype realizes part or all of product’s user interface and vice versa)

4.

What is incorrect among the following?

   A.) Make use cases that uniform in size and complexity
   B.) Organize use cases by actor, problem domain categories or solution categories
   C.) Use cases can last for more than one session
   D.) Achieve a stakeholder goal in a usecase

Answer: Option 'C'

Use cases can last for more than one session

5.

What are the notations for the Use case Diagrams?

   A.) Use case
   B.) Actor
   C.) Prototype
   D.) Use case and Actor

Answer: Option 'D'

Use case and Actor

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