Registration no: Total Number of Pages: 2 B.Tech PETX5412 8th Semester Regular / Back Examination 2016-17 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM BRANCH: CIVIL Time: 3 Hours Max Marks: 70 Q.CODE: Z107 Answer Question No.1 which is compulsory and any five from the rest. The figures in the right hand margin indicate marks. Q1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Answer the following questions: What are the differences between data and information? What is information system? State the role of SRS in system analysis and design. What is perfective maintenance? What is the role of ER diagram in information system? What is context diagram? Explain with an example. Why requirement analysis is an important part of system life cycle. How information system is helpful for a manager? What are the main features of ethical choice? State two moral dimensions of information age. (2 x 10) Q2 a) Why Tactical Information System is different from Operational Information System? b) How Decision Support System is helpful in taking quality decision? What are the different types of DSS? (2) Q3 a) What are the different phases of decision making? (5) b) What is the use of DFD? Construct upto the second level DFD for (8) (5) standard deviation calculation software. Q4 a) What is spiral model? Define the phases of spiral model with its (5) advantages and disadvantages. 1 (5) Page b) Why information systems are vulnerable and how we can ensure security?
Q5 a) Choose a specific industry and identify three common decisions within (5) it. Identify one decision at each level(operations, tactical, and strategic). b) What are the different characteristics of information? Q6 a) Write the differences between waterfall model and prototype model. (5) (5) What are the advantages of prototype model over waterfall model? b) What is decision tree? Give a suitable example of decision tree. Write short answer on any TWO: a) ERP system (10) (5 x 2) b) Data Mining c) Privacy Vs Security d) HRM 2 Q8 State the differences between cohesion and coupling. Explain different classes of cohesion and coupling. Page Q7 (5)