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Domain Partitioning - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
 
1. What resource provides the basis for defining the units of work in domain partitioning?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Object model
  B. Interaction diagrams
  C. Use case model
  D. Package diagram

2. What information can associations reveal about your domain partitions?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Associations are part of the object model, not the domain partitions.
  B. Associations reveal possible dependencies because objects communicate across the links defined by the associations.
  C. Associations imply bi-directional dependencies because both objects on the ends of the association must be aware of one another.
  D. Associations represent a uni-directional dependency between domain partitions. The interaction diagrams will help you determine which direction.

3. How do you insure that a package is interpreted correctly as a subsystem?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Use the "subsystem" keyword with the stereotype notation <<>>.
  B. Include the "subsystem" keyword within the package name.
  C. Include the subsystem stereotype in the name of the package.
  D. Put all of the use cases, classes, and other diagrams that describe the subsystem into the package.

4. How does the dynamic model assist in the development of the domain partitions?
Please select the best answer.
  A. The dynamic model defines the functionality of the system, which forms the basis for defining units of work.
  B. The dynamic model defines the resources used by the system to support each unit of work.
  C. The dynamic model defines the interactions between objects, the basis for defining dependencies between partitions.
  D. The dynamic model defines the workflow of the system, the basis for defining the units of work.

5. How does the object model assist in the development of the domain partitions?
Please select the best answer.
  A. The object model defines the functionality of the system, which forms the basis for defining units of work.
  B. The object model defines the resources used by the system to support each unit of work.
  C. The object model defines the interactions between objects, the basis for defining dependencies between partitions.
  D. The object model defines the structure of the system and the structure defines the units of work.

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