CSE557 Fall 2012 Final Exam (Version A) Print your name at the top of the next page

 (200 points maximum, 40% of total for class, 110 minutes)

You may use a calculator and a single piece of 11><8.5 inch paper with notes on both sides. No wireless communication and no computers. Put answers on blank sheets of paper. You can write on both sides. Start each question on a new page and identify which question you are answering. Do not put your name on your answers. Instead write your Coyote Student Id in the top right-hand corner of the papers. Diagrams don't have to be tidy but correctness and spelling is important. Partial credit is given for incomplete answers and working -- cross out but do not erase working. Start each question on a new page and identify it. An answer can continue over the page. There are 14 questions. Each is worth 25 points maximum. Attempt 8 questions only. Do your best question first. More than 8 answers will not count. List the numbers of the questions you want graded below. I will ignore questions that are not listed in the boxes below:

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Any question may refer to your team's project.

Question 1 (25 points max). System Development Environment

Question 2 (25 points max). Project Planning and Management

Question 3 (25 points max). Systems Theories


Question 4 (25 points max). Systems Architecture

UML 2.0 Deployment diagram


Question 5 (25 Points max). Data Flow Diagrams


Question 6 (25 points max). Alternative Strategies


Question 7 (25 points max). The Business Case and Feasibility


Question 8 (25 points max). Input/Output


Question 9 (25 points max). Data Design


Question 10 (25 points max). Data Requirements

ERD, UML class diagram or the Chen notation


Question 11 (25 points max). Process Details

Tables, UML 2.0 activity diagrams, pseudocode


Question 12 (25 points max). Requirements

 functional vs quality


Question 13 (25 points max). Use cases

brief, casual, fully dressed use case. no diagrams (10 point penalty)


Question 14 (25 points max). Implementation and operations.