Options: (A)Hazard cannot arise due system design. (B) The probability of the event occurring which create a hazard. (C) An assessment of the worst possible damage, which could result from a particular hazard. (D) A condition with the potential for causing or contributing to an accident. 20
Options: a graphical model that shows the high-level entities for an organization., a graphical model that shows all entities for an organization., a non-graphical model that shows the high-level entities for an organization., a non-graphical model that shows the all entities for an organization.
Options: (A)Associated with production of software as per specification (B) Structured approach to software development, whose aim is to facilitate the production of high-quality software in a cost-effective way. (C) An engineering discipline, concern with software development. (D) None of these 22
Options: is Network Information Service, is a simple directory service whose main purpose is to allow remote authentication of systems on local network systems, was formerly known as yellow pages, allows configuration-such as password and group files
Options: allows anyone to decode the transmission, allows only the correct sender to decode the data, allows only the correct receiver to decode the data, does not encode the data before transmitting it
Which statements are true regarding ICMP packets? They acknowledge receipt of a TCP segment. They guarantee datagram delivery. They can provide hosts with information about network problems. They are encapsulated within IP datagrams.
Options: (A)Quality measures that address how easily a system can evolve or migrate (B) Piece of software that acts to accomplish tasks on behalf of its user (C) A quantitative option analysis that allows the cost of various options to be computed, and options can be compared on objective basis (D) Extent to which a software system or component allows for or supports anonymous transactions 11
Which of the following is true concerning the mainframe?
Options: It is the same thing as client/server., Requires someone to decide which code should be on the workstation or the server., Mission-critical systems have tended to remain there., All of the above.