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The test contains questions regarding the basic structural entities of the UML, types of relationships and entities. It covers a class diagram, use cases, and a state diagram. There are questions about fields and class attributes.

1) (of 17): The UML was designed to:

a) model systems as a whole, from concept to executable file, using object-oriented methods; +

b) create a modeling language that can be used not only by humans, but also by computers; +

c) combine the existing visual modeling languages like OMG, CORBA, ORG;

d) solve the problem of scalability, which is inherent in complex systems designed to perform critical tasks; +

2) (of 17): The UML vocabulary includes the following building blocks:

а) relationships; +

b) diagrams; +

c) annotations;

d) classes;

e) entities; +

f) interfaces;

3) (of 17): In the UML language, the interface is:

а) a set of roles and other elements that, working together, produce some joint effect that is not reduced to a simple sum of terms;

b) a description of the sequence of actions performed by the system, which produces an observable result that is significant for a certain actor;

c) a set of operations that define a service (set of services) provided by a class or component; +

d) it is a physical replaceable part of the system that corresponds to a certain set of classes and provides its implementation;

4) (of 17): The main structural entities of the UML include the following:

а) classes; +

b) interfaces; +

c) machines;

d) cooperation; +

e) precedents; +

f) states;

g) components; +

5) (of 17): The following types of relations are defined in the UML:

а) dependence; +

б) association; +

в) structuring;

г) generalization; +

д) implementation; +

е) aggregation; +

6) (of 17): The following entity types are defined in the UML:

а) generalized;

b) structural; +

c) behavioral; +

d) combinational;

e) grouping; +

f) annotation; +

g) subordinates;

7) (of 17): An actor is:

а) an external entity in relation to a computer system, which can only supply information to the system;

б) an external entity in relation to a computer system, which can only receive information from the system;

в) the inner essence of a computer system, which can only supply information to the system;

г) an external entity in relation to a computer system that interacts with this system; +

д) the inner essence of a computer system, which can only receive information from the system;

е) the inner essence of a computer system, which can both receive information from the system and supply information to the system;

8) (of 17): Team Foundation Server:

а) version control system;

b) it is a product of Microsoft Corporation; +

c) this is an Intel Corporation product;

d) includes a version control system; +

e) includes a system that supports data collection for generating reports; +

f) includes a system for collaborating on software development projects; +

g) a system for collaborative work on software development projects;

h) includes an automatic testing system; +

i) a system that supports data collection for generating reports;

j) automatic testing system;

9) (of 17): Class diagram:

а) corresponds to the statistical type of the system;

b) corresponds to the dynamic form of the system;

c) it is the organization of a set of classes and dependencies existing between them;

d) a special case of an activity diagram;

e) corresponds to the static type of the system; +

f) serves to model the process of messaging between objects;

g) serves to model the static structure of the classes of the system and the connections between them; +

10) (of 17): The following relationships can exist between use cases in a use case diagram:

а) aggregation;

b) dependence;

c) use; +

d) expansion; +

e) association;

11) (of 17): The Logical View tab of the Rational Rose package contains:

а) class diagrams; +

b) state diagrams; +

c) component diagrams;

d) activity diagrams; +

e) diagrams of cooperation; +

f) deployment diagrams;

12) (of 17): A class diagram can contain:

а) events;

b) primary school;

c) classes; +

d) interfaces; +

e) packages; +

f) relationships; +

g) final class;

h) objects; +

13) (of 17): The class contains the following fields:

a) class name; +

b) class attributes; +

c) class operations; +

d) input data;

e) output data;

f) class properties;

14) (of 17): Class attribute specified in the following form (see Fig. 1):

Fig. 1. This class attribute in UML means...
Fig. 1. This class attribute in UML means...

а) means that this class attribute cannot be changed in the program when working with this type of objects;

b) means that this class attribute can be changed in the program when working with this type of objects;

c) means that the given class attribute has the public scope type;

d) means that all objects of this class can have several different windows, each of which will be a trapezoid; +

e) means that this class attribute has a protected type scope;

f) means that all objects of this class can have windows of the same size in the form of a trapezoid;

15) (of 17): A particular case of an association relationship is:

а) excluding association; +

b) generalization relation;

c) limitation relation;

d) aggregation relation; +

e) the ratio of the composition; +

f) relationship of dependence;

16) (of 17): The following diagrams can be used to model the behavior of a system in UML:

а) use case diagram;

b) state diagram; +

c) deployment diagram;

d) package diagram;

e) node diagram;

f) activity diagram; +

g) sequence diagram; +

h) diagram of cooperation; +

i) class diagram;

j) placement diagram;

17) (of 17): The state diagram is used to describe the behavior of such system components as:

а) an instance of the class; +

b) automatic machine;

c) use case; +

d) actor; +

e) attitude;

f) interface;

g) operation; +

h) method; +

i) node;

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