multiple_questions.pdfCMP610, Midterm
1. How many levels of CMMI maturity levels?
A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
2. Which one happens in CMMI level 5?
A. Validation
B. Organizational Innovation and Causal Analysis & Resolution
C. Product Integration
D. Verification
3. The PMBOK guide has developed number of process groups. How many of them?
A. 7
B. 8
C. 5
D. 10
4. What does CMMI stands for?
A. Capability Maturity Model Integration
B. Capability Mature Model Integration
C. Capability Master Model Integration
D. Capability Manipulation Model Integration
5. In CMMI level, which level is defined?
A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
6. Which one is the first cycle of the Project Management Process?
A. Initiating
B. Executing
C. Planning
D. Monitoring and Controlling
7. Which one is the second cycle of the Project Management Process?
A. Initiating
B. Monitoring and Controlling
C. Planning
D. Executing
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8. Which cycle is the last one of the Project Management Process?
A. Adjourning
B. Closing
C. Planning
D. Executing
9. In which organizational structure, project manager has full authority and responsibility for
managing budget and resources.
A. Project
B. Functional
C. Matrix
D. Hybrid
10. In which organizational structure, the group can be process – oriented or product – oriented.
A. Project
B. Functional
C. Matrix
D. Hybrid
11. Workers in which organization have two bosses:
A. Project
B. Functional
C. Matrix
D. Hybrid
12. The success or failure of a project typically is measured against established what requirements.
A. Process and Procedure
B. budget and schedule
C. Project Management
D. Boss
13. Please select the following info that is not for Waterfall?
A. Winston Roger is thus known as the father of the Waterfall model.
B. The goal of Waterfall development is to proceed through a linear sequence of
development phases that includes a milestone review at the end of each development
C. The purpose of a milestone review is to verify that the work products under review are
D. The model is termed a Waterfall because work products are supposed to cascade from
phase to phase in a smooth progression, as water cascades down a Waterfall.
14. The fundamental problem of the Waterfall development process is linear sequencing of the
project phases such as follows.
A. Design, Analysis, Implementation, Validation
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B. Analysis, Design, Implementation, Validation
C. Analysis, Design, Validation, Implementation
D. Analysis, Implementation, Design, Validation
15. Iterative development takes many forms in software engineering. Which is not included?
A. Iterative prototyping can be used to evolve a user interface or explore a technical issue;
B. An Incremental – build process can be used to produce weekly builds of increasing
product capabilities;
C. Agile development can be used to closely involve a prototypical customer in an iterative
process that may repeat on a daily basis;
D. An Evolutionary Spinal model can be used to confront and mitigate risk factors
encountered in developing the successive versions of a product based on evolving
16. What is not an advantage of the Incremental:
A. The ability to gracefully make trade – offs among product features
B. The ability to gracefully make trade – offs among resources
C. The ability to gracefully make trade – offs among quality
D. The ability to gracefully make trade – offs among the delivery schedule
17. Some (perhaps all) of the builds in an Incremental – build process are typically demonstrated to
validate progress – to – date for:
A. Infrastructure
B. Security controls
C. User representatives or customer(s)
D. For a super market
18. What is not major problems of a Waterfall approach:
A. Problems are exposed early and cannot be corrected as they occur;
B. Minor in – scope changes to requirements that occur as a result of incremental
demonstrations cannot be incorporated in subsequent Incremental builds
C. A rigid process
D. Deliver project on time and within budge
19. There are several variations on the Agile theme, but most Agile – process models does not
emphasize the following aspect.
A. Continuously involving a representative customer/user;
B. Developing test cases and test scenarios before implementing the next version of the
C. Implementing and testing the resulting version;
D. Demonstrating each version of the evolving product to the team only
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20. Does developer need to produce design document?
A. Not necessary
B. No explicit design
C. No
D. Explain design during meeting only
21. What is a good size for an Agile team?
A. 3-9
B. 10 developers
C. 10 team members
D. 10 team members including project manager
22. The project planning usually is the most essential process of the project management and
consists of the following activities. Which one should not be included?
A. Conduct code review
B. Identifying deliverables and the work breakdown structure
C. Estimating the resource requirements, including cost and time
D. Planning for business plan
23. Which of the following are some of the planned opportunities for Inspection and Adaptation in
the Scrum method?
A. Sprint retrospective, velocity review meeting, daily serum meeting
B. Sprint planning meeting, sprint retrospective, sprint risk meeting
C. Sprint retrospective, daily scrum meeting, sprint review meeting
D. Sprint planning meeting, daily scrum meeting, retrospective planning meeting
A Spiral process involves the following except:
A. Analyzing objectives, identifying alternative approaches, and establishing
constraints for the next process cycle;
B. Planning the next cycle by evaluating alternative approaches, identifying the risk
factors of each approach, and selecting an approach
C. Implementing the de-selected alternative;
D. Evaluating the outcome and deciding what to do next.
A Spiral Incremental build process is as follows.
i. ANALYZE: review the current build; review and revise features to add in this
next increment
ii. EVALUATE the build with customer, users and other stakeholders
iii. PLAN revise the design as necessary; evaluate alternative algorithms, data
structures, and interface details; evaluate risks and select algorithms, data
structures, and interface details Increased Public Relationship
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iv. IMPLEMENT the code and integrate it into the present version; review and test
the build; independent persons determine acceptability of the build; rework as
i, iii , ii, iv
i, ii, iii, iv
i, iii, iv, ii
i, ii, iv, iii,
26. What are the useful guidelines when planning and conducting an iterative development
a. The initial project plan must specify the kind of iterative model to be used; it
must be tailored to meet the needs of the project.
b. The duration of each iteration must be specified in the initial project plan.
c. Automated version control is essential for establishing and maintaining the
baselines of various work products in various stages of development.
d. Reasons for excessive rework of the growing product baseline should be
identified and corrections made as soon as possible.
e. Early warning of problems must be addressed as soon as detected.
f. Multiple work activities, and multiple kinds of work activities, are conducted
g. Iterative, independent verification and validation are not necessary.
A. Only a, b, and c
B. Only d, e, and f
C. All
D. All excluding g
27. Which contract is an agreement by which the customer will pay a specified amount of
money for a system or product containing specified features and quality attributes. (87)
A. A fixed price
B. Time and materials,
C. Cost Plus fixed Fee
D. Cost Plus Incentive Fee
28. Which contract is contract is an agreement to reimburse the supplier at a fixed rate for the
effort and resources expended in conducting a project.
A. A fixed price
B. Time and materials,
C. Cost Plus fixed Fee
D. Cost Plus Incentive Fee
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29. Which contract is reimburses the cost of conducting the project plus a fee to cover the cost
of expenditures that may be necessary in areas such as the supplier ’ s infrastructure,
acquisition of equipment, or training. In addition the fee typically includes a specified profit
margin for the supplier.
A. A fixed price
B. Time and materials,
C. Cost Plus fixed Fee
D. Cost Plus Incentive Fee
30. What is not included in the project summary of the software project management plan?
A. Purpose, Scope, and Roles and Responsibilities
B. Assumptions
C. Constraints
D. Project Deliverables
31. As in all plans, the staff training plan should include: (139)
responsible parties.
A. All except iv
B. All
C. All except i
D. All except ii
32. During the schedule development process the Project Manager may have to go through
several iterations of the schedule before establishing the schedule baseline. All of the
following are tools and techniques that may be used during this process:
Critical Path Method, GERT, Resource Requirements
Resource Leveling Heuristics, Mathematical Analysis, Calendars
Duration compression, Resource Leveling Heuristics, PERT
GERT, PERT, Leads and Lags
33. You have used estimates made by your team members and applied the Critical path
method to compute a Network logic diagram for your project. Then you found out that it
cannot be sufficiently optimized for scarce resources and fast progress towards a given
deadline. What should you do next?
Apply resource leveling heuristics to uncritical activities only.
Reduce estimates on duration and work efforts by an adequate percentage.
Apply Three-point estimation or PERT.
Remove physical constraints and replace hard logic with soft logic.
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What is the duration of the critical path?
Task 1 can start immediately and has an estimated duration of 3 weeks.
Task 2 can start after task 1 is completed and has an estimated duration of 4 weeks.
Task 3 can start after task 1 completed and has estimation duration of 6 weeks.
Task 4 can start after task 2 is completed and has an estimated duration of 8 weeks.
Task 5 can start after task 4 is completed and after task 3 is completed. This task takes 5
What does SLIM stand for?
Software Look Management
Software Living Management
Software Lifecycle Management
Software Life Management
What does COCOMO stand for?
Constructive Cast Model
Constant Cost Model
Conclude Cost Model
Constructive Cost Model
A defect in the architectural design specification results when the baselined specification
is found to be incomplete, incorrect, and/or inconsistent with respect to the operational
requirements and the technical specifications, except:
The Operational Server
Quality Attributes,
Design Constraints,
Primary Requirements
There are four roles to be played in an inspection, except
The moderator role to convene and lead the meeting,
The developer role for the developer that generated the work product,
The reader role for presenting the material to the group by paraphrasing it,
The project manager role to record defects and other areas of concern.
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What is Rolling – wave adjustments?
A. That is impossible to develop plans at the level of detail indicated during the initial
planning phase of a project.
B. That is possible to develop plans at the level of detail indicated during the initial
planning phase of a project.
C. That is impossible to develop plans at the level of detail indicated during the
construction phase of a project.
D. That it is impossible to develop plans at the level of detail indicated during the control
phase of a project.
A project plan is:
A. A formal, approved document used to guide both project execution and project control.
B. A document issued by senior management that provides the project manager with the
authority to apply organizational resources to project activities.
C. A narrative description of products or services to be supplied.
D. A document describing the organizational breakdown structure of the company.
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