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Designing the Human Interface

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| 1. |The contents of a form or report correspond to the data elements contained in an associated data flow located on a data flow | | |diagram. | | | | | |Answer: True Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 272 | | 2. |The data on all forms and reports must consist of data elements in data stores and on the E-R data model for the application or | | |else be computed from these data elements. | | | | | |Answer: True Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 272 | | 3. |Invoices and mailing labels are examples of forms. | | | | | |Answer: False Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 272 | | 4. |On the Internet, form interaction is the standard method of gathering and displaying information when consumers order products, | | |request product information, or query account status. | | | | | |Answer: True Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 272 | | 5. |When preparing an initial prototype of a form or report, the structuring and refinement of the requirements requires much input | | |from the end users. | | | | | |Answer: False Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 273 | | 6. |Often, the initial prototypes of forms and reports are mock screens that are not working modules or systems. | | | | | |Answer: True Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 273 | | 7. |The major deliverables from the human interface design stage are logic models. | | | | | |Answer: False Difficulty: Med Reference: p. 275 | | 8. |Structure charts, flow charts, and dialogue diagrams are the major deliverables for the human interface design stage. | | | | |...
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