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In relational DBMS, the closure of functional dependencies facilitates To determine the candidate key To determine the foreign key To determine the dependency of an attribute with other attribute/s None of these
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The relational DBMS is constructed on relational principles which are based on l9090 The matrix theory Axiomatic principles Primary key Primary and foreign key relationship
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The process of normalization is used to Enhance the number of relations Determine the relationship between different relations Minimize the redundancies & eliminate anomalies Ease the computational work.
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The schema for the entire database is based on designed using Data definitional language Structured query language Data manipulation language Schema structure language
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The difference between the structured query language and the programming relationship language is that Structured query language does not contain answer to how ? about computation Programming language does not contain the answer to how? about computation Only structured query language uses strict semiotics Only programming language uses strict semiotics.
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One of the differences between ObjectOriented Paradigm (OOP) and Database Management System (DBMS) is that In DBMS, null values & redundancies are completely eliminated In OOP, null values & redundancies are completely eliminated In OOP, only null values are minimized In DBMS, only null values are eliminated.
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Couple of the good database design principles suggest that preservation and minimization of functional dependencies. These issues can be resolved by Eliminating transitive functional dependencies Eliminating all interrelationship between all attributes Minimizing candidate keys None of these
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The diagramming language suitable for objectoriented paradigm is Data Flow Diagramming Language EntityRelationship Language ObjectOriented Language Unified Modeling Language
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The normalization is a way to implement Good software engineering principles Good database design principles Structured Query Language Database Schema
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Objectoriented paradigm is used in the analysis stage of SDLC to Structure the behavioural part of the business process Design the structural part of Computer memory Design the objectoriented programming language Design the structure of the database.
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The signature of the object method clause present in class diagram contains All definitional attributes of the class used in the method All referential attributes of the class/es used in the method All definitional attributes of related classes All attributes of related classes
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The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is used in all Process models Design models Programming models None of these
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The FordFulkerson method of finding maximum flow from source to sink is An iterative method A recursive method A direct determination method A methodology of linked methods
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The success rate of the software development is pathetically low because Most of the techniques are human skill dependent guidelines The development methodology is not using objectoriented technology Design of software comprises interrelated cluster of software. Inconsistency in the values of related data.
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The complexity of algorithms is comparatively more accurate in the use of Asymptotic analysis Amortized analysis Both of these Not dependent on the nature of analysis.
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The matrices represented for transformations in homogeneous coordinate system are used to transform Multiplication into addition Addition into multiplication Division into subtraction Subtraction into division
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The good software engineering principles are used in objectoriented paradigm to Streamline the structural part of the business process Streamline the security of the business process Streamline the structure of the class Streamline the object methods of the class
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The picture definition, stored in the 24 frame buffers of which each 8 frame buffers are reserved for the primary colours viz., red, blue & green displays the picture in 67,77,216 77,216 1,67,77,216 3
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In the parallel projection, the picture definition of the window to the view port, the parallel projection lines are Parallel to the viewport Perpendicular to the viewport Parallel to the window Perpendicular to the window
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In isometric projection of picture definition, the object is projected on the screen which cuts the x,y & Z coordinate axes at Equidistance from the origin Any distance from the origin Equidistance from the screen Any distance from the screen
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The scaling transformation of the object with uniform scaling factors greater than 1, Retains the size and shape of the object Retains only the size of the object Changes only the shape of the object Enhances the size of the object retaining the shape
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The scaling factors equals to 2 in any direction Retains the distance of the defining point of the object from the origin, but doubles the size of the object in that direction Doubles the distance of the defining point of the object from the origin, but ... Doubles both the distance of the defining point of the object from the origin and the size of the object in that direction
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The normals to the plane surface ax + by + czd = 0 is represented by which of the following where (i, j, k) are unit normal respectively along x, y, and z directions. ai + bj + ck ai + bj +dk ai + cj + dk bi + cj + dk
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The transitive dependencies between attributes of a relation (relational DBMS file) is eliminated by the application of 1st normal form 2nd normal form 3rd normal form 4th normal form rule on the relation.
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The concatenation of three or more matrices is Associative and also commutative Associative but not commutative Commutative but not associative Neither associative nor commutative
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The normalization of relations in DBMS is based on Divide and conquer algorithm Axioms of probability Greedy algorithm Armstrong's axioms
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The undesirable multivalued dependency in a relation arises if there exist Two onetomany relationships between attributes of a relation One onetoone and one oneto many one relationships between attributes within a relation Two onetoone relationships between attributes of a relation One onetomany relationship between attributes across relation
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The software is developed using One of the process models, whose stages are iterative in nature because Their pedestal software development life cycle needs iteration The activities in software time is obtained by developmental stages are human skill dependent. The involved automated activities need iterations. None of these
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The running time of amortized stack of the most n elements is Push = 2, pop = 0, Make Empty = 0 Push = 1, pop = 1, Make Empty = n Push = 1 or n, pop = 1 or (n − 1), Make Empty = 1 Push = 3, pop = 2, Make Empty = 1
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The tower of Hanoi puzzle with n (n > 1) different dimensional disks stacked on peg A in the decreasing order of their size with largest dimensional disk at the bottom and smallest dimensional disk at the top. The disks are to be transferred from peg A to Peg B using peg C with one disk at a ... of disk transfers is given by 2T(n − 1) +2 2T(n1) + 1 T(n1) +T(n − 2) 2T(n)
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