Options: (A)Are statements, made in natural language and diagrams of services that system is expected to provide and the constrains on the system (B) The system services and details, can serve as contract between buyer and software developers (C) An abstract description of software design (D) None of these 6
Which of the following geographical features have played a great unifying role in strengthening the forces of homogeneity of the Indian people?The expanses of water surrounding the peninsulaThe Himalayan MountainsThe vastness of the countryThe presence of the Indian ocean
Options: (A)Partitioning in that the data associated with a problem is decompose(D) Each parallel task then works on a portion of the data(B) Partitioning in that, the focus is on the computation that is to be performed rather than on the data manipulated by the computation. The problem is decomposed according to the work that must be done. Each task then performs a portion of the overall work. 130 | (C) It is the time it takes to send a minimal (0 byte) message from point A to point (B) (D) None of these 1
Options: An exact match is necessary in a SELECT statement., An exact match is not possible in a SELECT statement., An exact match is necessary in a CREATE statement., An exact match is not possible in a CREATE statement.
. Which of the following statements about tab order setting is NOT true?
Options: a. The actual tab order setting for a form can be used in the Form View.
b. The tab order setting determines the movement of the insertion point through a form.
c. The tab order setting is usually right-to-left and top-to-bottom.
d. The default tab order setting can be altered by moving the controls in the Design View.
1.In uni-processor scheduling, shortest process next policy is (i) A: Non-preemptive policy (ii) B: Preemptive policy (iii) C: A policy where the process with shortest expected processing time is selected next. (iv) D: A policy where the process with shortest expected processing time is not selected.
Options: (A) A and D are true (B) B and C are true (C) A and C are true (D) B and D are true. 12