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1 Stereotypes represent

generalization relationships
design patterns
the metaclassification of UML elements
none of the above

2 Stereotypes can be applied to which UML elements?

classes
packages
associations
all of the above

3 Jacobson originally introduced Actors using the following symbol:

Which of the following are legal UML representations?




all of the above

4 Which UML constructs came from Booch's early Ada work?

packages
tasks
packages and tasks
interfaces

5 Which pairs of symbols both mean class b is a part-of class a (has by value)?






6 Jacobson originally called these diagrams Object Interaction Diagrams. The notation has changed slightly in UML (see the answer key for details). What is the current UML term for these diagrams?

trace diagram
event trace diagram
sequence diagram
none of the above

7 The term "interaction diagram" now means:

what used to be a Booch Object diagram
a Wirfs-Brock Class Collaboration Graph
collectively, sequence diagram and collaboration diagrams
none of the above

8 In the Booch 93 notation, abstract classes were shown using this symbol:

What is the new UML notation for an abstract class?






9 How many of the following are new UML names for previously existing diagrams?

collaboration diagram
component diagram
deployment diagram
all of the above

10 Interfaces in Microsoft's COM and in Java are used to designate a group of operations, and are commonly drawn using the following notation:

This notation is legal in the UML and may be used to represent COM and Java interfaces. However, UML uses a more generalized definition of interface. Which of the following statements are true?

UML specifies interaction sequences, which may be described using a state machine
UML treats an interface as a stereotype of a class
UML provides an additional notation for the same concept, using the <<stereotype>> convention
all of the above


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