11. KPA
in CMM stands for

(A) Key Process Area (B) Key Product Area

(C) Key Principal Area (D) Key Performance Area

Answer: A

12. Which
one of the following is not a risk management technique for managing the risk
due to unrealistic schedules and budgets?

(A) Detailed multi source cost and schedule
estimation

(B) Design Cost

(C) Incremental development

(D) Information hiding

Answer: D

13. ................
of a system is the structure or structures of the system which comprise
software elements, the externally visible properties of these elements and the
relationship amongst them.

(A) Software construction (B) Software evolution

(C) Software architecture (D) Software reuse

Answer: C

14. In
function point analysis, the number of complexity adjustment factors is

(A) 10 (B)
12

(C) 14 (D)
20

Answer: C

15. Regression
testing is primarily related to

(A) Functional testing (B) Development testing

(C) Data flow testing (D) Maintenance testing

Answer: D

16. How
many different truth tables of the compound propositions are there that involve
the propositions p & q ?

(A) 2 (B)
4

(C) 8 (D)
16

Answer: D

17. A
Boolean function F is called self-dual if and only if

How many Boolean functions of degree n are
self-dual ?

(A) 2

^{n }(B) (2)^{2^n}
(C) (2)

^{n^2 }(D) (2)^{2^n-1}
Answer: D

18. Which
of the following statement(s) is(are) not correct ?

i. The 2's complement of 0 is 0.

ii. In 2's complement, the left most bit
cannot be used to express a quantity.

iii. For an n-bit word (2's complement) which
includes the sign bit, there are 2

^{n-1}positive integers, 2^{n+1}negative integers and one 0 for a total of 2^{n}unique states.
iv. In 2's complement the significant
information is contained in the 1's of positive numbers and 0's of the negative
numbers.

(A) i and iv (B)
i and ii

(C) iii (D)
iv

Answer: C

19. The
notation ∃!xp(x)
denotes the proposition "there exists a unique x such that P(x) is
true".

Give the truth values of the following
statements :

I. ∃!xP(x)
→ ∃xP(x)

II. ∃!x
¬ P(x) → ¬∀xp(x)

(A) Both I and II are true (B) Both I and II are false

(C) I-false, II-true (D) I-true, II-false

Answer: A

20. Give
a compound proposition involving propositions p, q and r that is true when
exactly two of p, q and r are true and is false otherwise.

(A) (p∨q∧¬r)
∧ (p∧¬q∧r)
∧ (¬p∧q∧r)

(B) (p∧q∧¬r)
˄ (p∨q∧¬r) ∧
(¬p∧q∧r)

(C) (p∧q∧¬r)
∨ (p∧¬q∧r) ∧
(¬p∧q∧r)

(D) (p∧q∧¬r)
∨ (p∧¬q∧r) ∨
(¬p∧q∧r)

Answer: D

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