Synergy Test Theory of Information Processes and System

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Synergy Test Theory of Information Processes and System

Test Theory of information processes and systems (Answers to 90 points)

Modeling complexes are used in cases when ...
a large volume of experiments will be conducted
developed models are very complex
you cannot create a programming model in algorithmic language

Weakly structured systems are characterized by ...
the presence of some part, the solution of which can be automated
lack of a mathematical model of its solution
exact specification of source data and solution algorithm

To represent the system in the form of subsystems, each of which has the right to make decisions, its ... description is created
layered
layered
stratified

The disadvantages of the Delphi method include ...
poor consistency of results
stretch on the burden of implementation
difficulties formalizing opinions

An information system is a collection ...
components for the collection, storage, processing and transmission of information
technical means for interpreting the received data
knowledge tools

GPSS random numbers are generated using ... built-in generators
8
7
10
6
5
9
Simulation is used if ...
high accuracy of the result is required
need to reduce the time to obtain the final result
missing analytical system model
there is a fairly detailed description of the studied system
Included in the workflow management system ...
software
supervisor
workflow execution mechanism
The Delphi method allows ...
reduce overall examination time
reduce the cost of the examination
improve the convergence of expert opinions
System analysis methodology ...
based on systems theory
applied to a special class of tasks
is interdisciplinary
is universal
widely uses the mathematical apparatus

The behavior of the system is called ...
a set of values ​​of indicators that are set at critical environmental values
process of changing the state of a system over time
set of system responses to an acceptable set of control actions

The statistical test method is applied if ...
unknown internal interactions in the studied system
there are no other methods for solving the problem
need to reduce the total simulation time
high precision required

The disadvantages of the method of statistical tests include ...
large amount of computer calculations necessary to obtain acceptable accuracy
lack of special modeling software
the difficulty of obtaining a meaningful description of the problem
difficulty formalizing the task


The information process is called the process ...
arising as a result of establishing a connection between two objects of the material world - a source of information and its receiver
collection, processing, accumulation, storage, retrieval and dissemination of information
preparation and support of targeted impact on real world objects

The colored Petri net allows ...
reflect business rule parameter values
apply different transition rules to different types of labels
set transition route options

The key benefits of simulation models include ...
profitability
high accuracy of results
simplicity of model development
universality of application

The consistency coefficient used in the examination is necessary for assessing ...
degree of closeness of expert opinions
quality and accuracy of the questionnaire
the degree to which the professional orientation of experts is consistent with the objectives of the examination

Set the correct sequence of the examination:
formation of an expert group
questionnaire development
examination data collection
determination of the coefficient of consistency
group opinion building

Additional information

In simulation models ...
only one application is simulated passing through the studied system
only input and output application flows are simulated
physical properties of the studied system are used
the processes of functioning of the studied system are reproduced in compliance with the logical and time sequence

Asynchronous and synchronous connections in the IDEF3 technique allow us to describe the relationship between
user communication processes
communication algorithms
the beginning and end of work

The IDEF methodology is used to describe business processes ...
IDEF3
IDEF5
IDEF0
IDEF4
IDEF1

The term “decomposition” in the IDEF0 model refers to ...
splitting a process into subprocesses
to replace the original system model with a simplified
to split the output arrow into several arrows

An open system is a system in which ...
Provided the ability to make changes to the structure and parameters
no means of protection from harmful effects are provided
significantly the mutual influence between her and the environment

GPSS defines lists ...
unrealized interrupts
future events
current events
deferred interruptions

An expanded Petri net allows ...
remove restrictions on the number of transitions
reflect the information necessary to describe the business rules
remove restrictions on the number of states

The standard numeric attributes (NAV) in GPSS are ...
default values ​​of standard objects
attributes of objects. available to the user during the modeling process
default simulation parameter values


Wald´s method is used to evaluate systems ...
at risk
in deterministic conditions
in the face of uncertainty

Context Chart in IDEF0 Model ...
consists only of blocks. having control arrows
contains exactly one block
is a top level chart
consists only of blocks. having entry arrows

UML uses diagrams to model business processes ...
states
grades
deployment
use cases (use cases)
action sequences
objects
cooperation
components
the activities

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