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software systems and how the system is structured.

1. The phase that determines how the user’s needs and desires will be achieved is the:

[1] planning phase.

[2] requirements phase.

[3] design phase.

[4] All of these are correct.

3. Defining the components of the system and how these components are related to each other is part of the:

[1] architectural design phase.

[2] detailed design phase.

[3] requirements phase.

[4] All of these are correct.

9. The view representing the run-time components (processes) and how they communicate with each other is:

[1] logical view.

[2] process view.

[3] subsystem decomposition view.

[4] All of these are correct.

[5] logical view and process view.

10. An example of an architectural style is:

[1] pipes-and-filters.

[2] event-driven.

[3] client-server.

[4] model-view-controller.

[5] All of these are correct.

True/False

1. Each architectural component will be mapped into a module in the detailed design.

2. Architecture deals with the interaction between the important modules of the software system.

3. HTML-Script-SQL design example is a common web application system.

4. Each functional requirement will be mapped into a module in the detailed design.

5. Each architectural component will be mapped into a module in the detailed design.

6. Not all software systems have an architecture.

7. Large software systems may have different ways the system is structured.

8. Architecture deals with the interaction between the important modules of the software system.

9. A software engineering design team that does not have any views of an architecture structure means there is not a structure in their software project.

10. A module decomposition is to group smaller units together.

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