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Systems Analysis Ch3

Chapter 3

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What are the 5 levels of the Capability Maturity Model? Initial, Repeatable, Defined, Managed and Optimizing
The Capability Quality Model (CQM) is a framework to assess the quality level of an organization's information systems development and management processes and products. False, The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a framework to assess the maturity level of an organization's information systems development and management processes and products.
A system life cycle divides the life of an information system into two major stages: (1) systems development; and (2) systems operation and support. First you build it; then you use it, keep it running and support it. True
A problem could be a real problem, an opportunity for improvement or a directive from management. True
The final phase in most system development methodologies is documentation. False, Documentation is done throughout development.
Process management involves the scoping, planning, staffing, organizing, directing, and controlling a project to develop an information system. False, Project management involves the scoping, planning, staffing, organizing, directing, and controlling a project to develop an information system.
Problems are undesirable situations that prevent the organization from fully achieving its purpose, goals and/or objectives. True
The scope definition phase must consider the question, "Is this project worth looking at?" True
Data modeling is a process-centered technique popularized .by the structured analysis and design methodology. False, Data modeling is a data-centered technique used to model business data requirements and design database systems that fulfill those requirements.
Project management is the activity of defining, planning, directing, monitoring and controlling a project to develop an acceptable system within the allotted time and budget. True
RAD stands for: Rapid Application Development
The definition of feasibility is: Measure of how beneficial the development of an information system would be to an organization
A system development strategy that emphasizes extensive user involvement and iterative, incremental prototypes is: RAD (Rapid Application Development)
A modeling technique that attempts to merge data and process concerns is called object modeling
Activities that overlap many or all phases of the methodology are called cross life cycle activities
System development documentation is stored in a repository
The _______________________________________ is a framework to assess the maturity level of an organization's information systems development and management processes and products. Capability Maturity Model (CMM
A(n) _____________________________ divides the life of an information system into two stages: systems development and systems operation and support. system life cycle
_________________________________ asks the question: Does the staff have the technical expertise to design and build the solution? Technical Feasibility
_________________________________ asks the question: Is the solution cost-effective such that the benefits outweigh the costs? Economic Feasibility
________________________________ asks the question: Can the solution be designed and implemented within an acceptable time period? Schedule Feasibility
____________________________________ requires the systems analyst to draw system models either from scratch or from templates. The resulting models are then automatically transformed into program code. Forward Engineering
________________________________________ techniques emphasize the drawing of models to help visualize and analyze problems, define business requirements, and design information systems. Model-driven development
Created by: lapetti