2011 Rajasthan Technical University B.Tech 5 Semester (Back) Computer science & engineering "Software Engineering" question paper

Question Paper Details:

University: Rajasthan Technical University
Course: B.Tech Computer science & engineering
Subject Software Engineering (back)
Exam Year:  Dec 2010/ Jan 2011
Year or Semester: Third year/ Fifth Semester

Paper Code: 5E3159

       Unit-I
a)      You are required to develop the MIS for good governance of the engineering College where you are studying. Enlist the problems you will encounter in system development and their possible solutions. [Marks 8]
b)      Elaborate any SDLC. [Marks 8]
OR
a)      Explain how you will model the system architecture, give all the phases with diagrams & notations. [Marks 10]
b)      What is system? Explain its characteristics. [Marks 6]
Unit-II
a)      Explain LOC and FP estimation. Also elaborate COCOMO model and its variants. [Marks 8]
b)      Why do we need to do risk analysis and software project scheduling? [Marks 8]
OR
With the help of diagrams, explain the prototyping and spiral models of SWDLCs and highlight the differences between them. Also list advantages and disadvantages of each. [Marks 8*2=16]
Unit-III
a)      Along with requirement analysis principles, explain the use of data dictionary. [Marks 8]
b)      Create an FSM which accepts valid identifiers of ā€˜Cā€™ language. [Marks 8]
OR
For photo copy machine software, draw:                      [Marks 4*4=16]
i)                    Level 1 DFD
ii)                   Level 1 CFD
iii)                 STD
iv)                 PAT
     Unit-IV
            Explain in detail the cohesion and coupling spectrum. [Marks 16]
    OR
          Draw the N-S chart and decision table for a program module which finds out the greatest of   three  numbers. [Marks 16]
    Unit-V
          In context of object oriented design, explain:     [Marks 4*4=16]
     i)                    Class and object definition.
    ii)                   Refining operations.
   iii)                 Class and object relationships.
   iv)                 Object modularization.
        OR
       Explain in context of UML:           [Marks 4*4=16]
  i)                    Class diagram.
 ii)                   Object diagram.
iii)                 Activity diagram.
iv)                 State diagram.
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