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Question number: 1

» Software Engineering » Coding and Testing » Errors,Faults and Failures

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Appeared in Year: 2015

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In software testing, how the error, fault and failure are related to each other? (December)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Error leads to fault and fault leads to failure

b.

Error leads to failure but fault is not related to error and failure

c.

Fault leads to error and error leads to failure

d.

Fault leads to failure but error is not related to fault and failure

Question number: 2

» Software Engineering » Software Development Models

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Which of the following is not a software process model? (December)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Iterative

b.

Timeboxing

c.

Prototyping

d.

Glassboxing

Question number: 3

» Software Engineering » System Development Life Cycle » Prototypes

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Which one of the following statements, related to the requirements phase in Software Engineering, is incorrect? (December)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

“Function points” is one of the most commonly used size metric for requirements.

b.

“Modelling-oriented approach” is one of the methods for specifying the functional specifications.

c.

“Prototyping” is one of the methods for requirement analysis.

d.

“Requirement validation” is one of the activities in the requirements phase.

Question number: 4

» Software Engineering » Coding and Testing » Types of Testing

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Which one of the following statements is incorrect? (December)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Pareto analysis is a statistical method used for analysing causes, and is one of the primary tools for quality management.

b.

Reliability of a software specifies the probability of failure-free operation of that software for a given time duration.

c.

In white-box testing, the test cases are decided from the specifications or the requirements.

d.

The reliability of a system can also be specified as the Mean Time To Failure (MTTF).

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