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UML can be used to view a system from various perspectives:
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Structural view of the system; class diagrams and package diagrams form this view of the system. Dynamic behavior of a system; state diagrams, activity diagrams, sequence diagrams, and collaboration diagrams form this view. Software and hardware modules of the system modeled using the component diagram. The deployment diagram of UML is used to combine component diagrams to depict the implementation and deployment of a system. View a system from this perspective as a set of activities or transactions; use case diagrams.
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Self Test
SELF TEST
The following questions will help you measure your understanding of the material presented in this chapter. Read all the choices carefully because there may be more than one correct answer. Choose all correct answers for each question.
Interpret UML Diagrams
1. Which one of the following items is not one of the phases of the Unified Process A. Inception B. Design C. Construction D. Transition 2. What is true about a use case A. It is a complete end-to-end business process that satisfies the needs of a user. B. It is a description that represents a complete unit of functionality provided by something as large as a system or as small as a class. C. It defines the interaction of one or more roles along with their contents, associations, relationships, and classes. D. It is a collection of operations that represents a class or specifies a set of methods that must be implemented by the derived class. 3. Which item is not true when speaking of a class A. A class is a nonunique structure. B. An instance is one computer executable copy of a class, also referred to as an object. C. Multiple instances of a particular class can exist in a computer's main memory at any given time. D. A class is a structure that defines the attribute data and the methods or functions that operate on that data. 4. What is not true about use cases A. There are three types of use cases: essential, real, and virtual. B. A virtual use case describes the user's virtual view of the problem and is technology independent. C. A real use case describes the process in terms of its real design and implementation. D. Essential use cases are of importance early in the project. Their purpose is to illustrate and document the business process.
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5. What is not true about a sequence diagram A. It has two dimensions. B. One sequence diagram dimension represents time. C. One sequence diagram dimension represents the different objects participating in a sequence of events required for a purpose. D. Sequence diagrams are static model views. 6. Which item is not an example of things that a state diagram could effectively model A. Life could be modeled: birth, puberty, adulthood, death. B. A computer system infrastructure. C. A banking transaction. D. A soccer match could be modeled: start, half time, injury time, end. 7. What is not true about a collaboration diagram A. A collaboration diagram models interactions among objects, and objects interact by invoking messages on each other. B. A collaboration diagram groups together the interactions among different objects. C. The interactions in a collaboration diagram are listed as alphabetically collated letters that help to trace the sequence of the interactions. D. The collaboration diagram helps to identify all the possible interactions that each object has with other objects.
State the Effect of Encapsulation, Inheritance, and use of Interfaces on Architectural Characteristics.
8. What item is not true about a component A. A component represents a modular and deployable system part. It encapsulates an implementation and exposes a set of interfaces. B. The component interfaces represent services provided by elements that reside on the component. C. A node may be deployed on a component. D. A component is shown as a rectangle with two smaller rectangles extending from its left side. A component type has a type name component-type. 9. Which item(s) is not part of a class in a UML class diagram A. Name B. Attributes
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