Options: (A)A measure of the desired maximal complexity of data mining algorithms (B) A database containing volatile data used for the daily operation of an organization (C) Relational database management system (D) None of these 7
Options: running the system with line data by the actual user, making sure that the new programs do in fact process certain transactions according to Specifications, is checking the logic of one or more programs in the candidate system, testing changes made in an existing or a new program
Why does the data communication industry use the layered OSI reference model? It divides the network communication process into smaller and simpler components, thus aiding component development, design, and troubleshooting. It enables equipment from different vendors to use the same electronic components, thus saving research and development funds. It supports the evolution of multiple competing standards and thus provides business opportunities for equipment manufacturers. It encourages industry standardization by defining what functions occur at each layer of the model.
Options: A high paging activity is called thrashing.
B. A high executing activity is called thrashing
C. A extremely long process is called thrashing
D. A extremely long virtual memory is called thrashing
Options: nodes represent the conditions, with the right side of tree listing the actions to be taken, the root is drawn on the left and is the starting point on the decision sequence., the branch depends on the condition and decisions to made, All of the above
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
5.The criteria BETWEEN 1/1/99 and 12/31/99 would which is proper
Options: (A)Display records between the dates 1/2/ 99 and 1/1/00 (B) Display records between the dates 1/1/ 99 and 12/31/99 (C) Display records whose dates equaled 1/1/99 or 12/31/99 (D) All of the above 11