Question A system prototype is best described by which of the following?
A. A model or sample system that is believed to effectively support new processes B. A floor plan or facade C. A systems hardware, data base, and operating system D. A second system test in a live environment

Question  Which of the following best describes one of the two kinds of prototypes?

A. Technical architecture, which will support the user interface B. User interface, which is the behind-the-scenes activities C. Technical architecture, which is what users see D. Technical architecture, which should be “intuitively obvious”

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A process decomposition diagram is best described by which of the following?

A. Another word for beta B. Called technical architecture C. A model that will effectively support new processes D. A fancy term for maps or flow charts

Question  Which statement is true regarding hardware and software to be used?

A. The technical architecture should not be challenged. B. Components must be assembled in a test environment and tried out to see if they work as advertised. C. Database packages need not be installed on the system platform on which it is intended to run. D. Benchmarking data is not important.

Question  Which statement is true regarding technical components?

A. Until they have been used for two years, it is not wise to take performance statistics at face value. B. They need not be installed on the system platform on which it is intended to run. C. Their performance statistics gathered in the first year are completely reliable. D. Poor performance statistics do not mean that the production version will be bad.

Question  Which statement below best describes one of the most basic concepts of a user interface?

A. A person should be able to figure out the coding procedures even without programming training. B. A person should be able to figure out the basics of the new system within 20 minutes if they already know the activity. C. A person should be able to figure out the technical architecture. D. A person who uses the user interface would add no value in the development process.