Software Engineering MCQ Set 8

SDLC models mcqs

Software engineering MCQ set 8 includes MCQ on software development life cycle, SDLC models mcqs, prototyping model mcqs, incremental model mcqs, RAD model mcqs, spiral model mcqs, iterative process model mcqs, waterfall model mcqs, and most important software engineering solved MCQs. This software engineering MCQ test is helpful to prepare UGC NET computer science exam, CS GATE exam, software engineer jobs test, PPSC and FPSC computer lecturer test, and other computer science competitive exams.

Software Engineering MCQ Test Set 8

1. RAD stands for _____?

2. The spiral model of software development _____?

3. Identify the disadvantage of Spiral Model.

4. The rapid application development model is _____?

5. Which property of the rapid prototype is not important?

6. What is the major drawback of using RAD Model?

7. The spiral model was originally proposed by _____?

8. Which of these terms is a level name in the Capability Maturity Model?

9. An iterative process of system development in which requirements are converted to a working system that is continually revised through close work between an analyst and user is called _____?

10. The major shortcoming of waterfall model is _____?

11. With regard to Evolutionary development model, identify the correct statement.

12. The spiral model has two dimensions namely _____ and _____ .

13. _____ types of models are created during software requirements analysis.

14. Which one of the following is not an evolutionary process model?

15. The software life cycle can be said to consist of a series of phases. The classical model is referred to as the waterfall model. Which phase may be defined as "The concept is explored and refined, and the client’s requirements are elicited"?

16. How is WINWIN Spiral Model different from Spiral Model?

17. ER model shows the _____?

18. The Incremental Model is a result of combination of elements of which two models?

19. How is Incremental Model different from Spiral Model?

20. What is the major advantage of using Incremental Model?

21. The model that assumes that effort and development time are functions of product size alone is _____?

22. In Intermediate COCOMO the mode that represents complex products is referred to as _____?

23. The quick design of a software that is visible to end users leads to _____?

24. The concurrent development model is _____?

25. A systematic approach to software development, as epitomized by the various life-cycle models, is useful in _____?

26. If you were to create client/server applications, which model would you go for?

27. Which of these is not one of the phase names defined by the Unified Process model for software development?

28. The component-based development model is _____?

29. Empirical estimation models are typically based on _____?

30. Match each software lifecycle model in List – I to its description in List – II:

List – IList – II
I. Code-and-Fixa. Assess risks at each step; do most critical action first.
II. Evolutionary prototypingb. Build an initial small requirement specifications, code it, then “evolve” the specifications and code as needed.
III. Spiral Modelc. Build initial requirement specification for several releases, then design-and-code in sequence.
IV. Staged Deliveryd. Standard phases (requirements, design, code, test) in order.
V. Waterfall modele. Write some code, debug it, repeat (i.e. ad-hoc)

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