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2. Match the terms in the first coumn with the defi-nitions or examples in the second column .

1. Information Engineering. | A. Information Engineering. (6) | 2. JAD. | B. Structured design module properties. (7) | 3. Modern Stuctures Design . | C. Participative development emphasis. ( 2 ) | 4. Prototuing | D. IBM's Rational (11) | 5. System Design | E. Derived model from structures design (13) | 6. Physical Entity Relationship | F. Combined data and process. (12) | 7. Coupling and cohesion . | G. Model driven data centered , process-sensitive technique ( 1 ) | 8. RAD. | H. Pictorial system models emphasis. (9) | 9. Model driven Design | I. Functional incomplete model built using RAD (4) | 10. Code , implement , and repair . | J. Process decomposition technique (3) | 11. Repository based CASE tool | K. Computer based solution specification tasks (5) | 12. OOD | L. Merger of JAD , prototyping and structured techniques. (8) | 13. Structure chart | M. Potential prototuping pitfall (10) |

8. Coplete the following sentences :

A critical part of designing the application architecture is deciding how to distribute the system’s data, processes and interfaces to different business locations .

Databases are a resource typically shared by many programs and they may be used by future programs not yet known for purposes not originally intended.

In designing user interfaces, the key is to make it easy or intuitive for the user to understand what to do next, and to anticipate every type of mistake that a user could make.

10. Match the definitions or examples in the first col-umn with the terms in the second column
A10, B8, C11, D9, E12, F2, G1, H5, I6, J3, K4, L7, A. Procurement phase | 1. DBA (G) | B. Shows physical processes and database across network |…...

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