SET-1

Q. ____________ is considered to be a numerical computation
technique used in conjunction with dynamic mathematical models.
(a)Analysis
(b)System simulation
(c)Dynamic computation
(d)None of the above.
Q. Which system/model applies computational procedures to sole
equations!-
(a)Dynamic Model
(b)Static Model
(c)Analytical Model
(d)Numerical Model
Q. Which system/model applies deductie reasonin" o#
mathematical theory to sole a model!-
(a)Dynamic Model
(b)Static Model
(c)Analytical Model
(d)Numerical Model
Q. Which model #ollows the chan"es oer time that results #rom the
system actiities!-
(a)Dynamic Model
(b)Static Model
(c)Analytical Model
(d)Numerical Model
Q. Which model can only show the alues that system attributes
ta$e when the system is in balance!-
(a)Dynamic Model
(b)Static Model
(c)Analytical Model
(d)Numerical Model
Q. %athematical models are based on!
(a)Analogy between such systems as mechanical and electrical
(b)Use symbolic notation and mathematical euations to represent a
system
(c)All of the above
(d)None of the above
Q. &hysical models are based on!-
(a)Analogy between such systems as mechanical and electrical
(b)Use symbolic notation and mathematical euations to represent a
system
(c)All of the above
(d)None of the above
Q. 'n system modelin"( the tas$ o# deriin" a model o# a system
may be diided broadly into two subtas$s!-
(a)!stablishing the model structure.
(b)Supplying the data.
(c)"oth of above
(d)None of the above.
Q. Which one o# the #ollowin" is #alse about model!-
(a)Model is the body of information about a system gathered for the
purpose of studying the system.
(b) Since the purpose of study is varying# there is no uniue model for a
system.
(c)"oth of above are false.
(d)None of the above.
Q. 'n )ontinuous system( chan"es are!-
(a)$redominantly continuous
(b)$redominantly discrete
(c)Depend on the system
(d)None of the above.
Q. 'n *iscrete system( chan"es are!-
(a)$redominantly continuous
(b)$redominantly discrete
(c)Depend on the system
(d)None of the above.
Q. System analysis( System desi"n and system postulation are the
e+amples o#!-
(a)%ypes of system
(b)%ypes of system study
(c)%ypes of entities
(d)%ype of environment.
Q. Where the outcome o# the actiity can describe completely in
terms o# its input( the actiity is said to be!-
(a)Deterministic
(b)Stochastic
(c)!ndogenous
(d)!&ogenous
Q. , system which does hae e+o"enous actiity is said to be!-
(a)'pen system
(b)(losed System
(c)"oth of above
(d)None of the above
Q. , system with no e+o"enous actiity is said to be!-
(a)'pen system
(b)(losed System
(c)"oth of above
(d)None of the above.
Q. ,""re"ation is a!-
(a)(ombining infinite ob)ects to form system.
(b)is the e&tent to which the number of individual entities can be grouped
together into larger entities.
(c)"oth of above
(d)None of the above
Q. 'n a -an$ system( what is customer!-
(a)!ntity
(b)Activity
(c)!nvironment
(d)None of the above.
Q. , simple mar$et model is an e+ample o#!-
(a)Static $hysical Model
(b)Dynamic $hysical Model
(c)Static Mathematical Model
(d)Dynamic Mathematical Model
Q. .actory is an e+ample o#!-
(a)System
(b)Attribute
(c)Activity
(d)!nvironment
Q. System is de#ined as!-
(a)aggregation or assemblage of ob)ects
(b)(ombination of ob)ects
(c)Definition of 'b)ect.
(d)None of the above
Set-/
Q. -loc$ buildin" principle o# the system modelin" says that!-
(a)%he description of the system should be organi*ed in a series of bloc+s.
(b)%he description of the system should not be organi*ed in a series of
bloc+s.
(c)%here should be no clear distinction between the subsystems of the
system.
(d)None of the above.
Q. Which o# the #ollowin" separate system and system
enironment!-
(a)Acitvities
(b)"oundary
(c)!ntity
(d)All of the above
Q. ,dance( 0in$( %ar$ and Queue bloc$s are used in which
lan"ua"e!-
(a)Simscript
(b),$SS
(c)"oth of above
(d)None of the above
Q. Which o# the #ollowin" is not a simulation lan"ua"e!-
(a),$SS
(b)Simscript
(c)Simula
(d)all of the above
Q. Which o# the #ollowin" is simulation lan"ua"e!-
(a)-ava
(b),$SS
(c)-avascript
(d)None of the above.
Q. Speed and *istance in Tra##ic system are!-
(a)!ntities
(b)Attributes
(c)Activities
(d)!nvironment
Q. %essa"es in )ommunication system is!
(a)!ntity
(b)Attribute
(c)Activity
(d)!nvironment
Q. *epositin" in -an$ system is!-
(a)!ntity
(b)Attribute
(c)Activity
(d)!nvironment
Q. Suspension model o# an automobile wheel is an e+ample o#!-
(a)Static $hysical Model
(b)Dynamic $hysical Model
(c)Static Mathematical Model
(d)Dynamic Mathematical Model
Q. System desi"n is a!-
(a)%o produce a system that meets some specifications.
(b)%o understand how an e&isting system or a proposed system operates.
(c)%o produce a system in which behavior is +nown but the process is not
+nown.
(d)None of the above.
Q. System analysis is a!-
(a)%o produce a system that meets some specifications.
(b)%o understand how an e&isting system or a proposed system operates.
(c)%o produce a system in which behavior is +nown but the process is not
+nown.
(d)None of the above.
Q. Where the e##ects o# the actiity ary randomly oer arious
possible outcomes( the actiity is said to be!-
(a)Deterministic
(b)Stochastic
(c)!ndogenous
(d)!&ogenous
Q. 'n a )orporate model( what is/are main se"ment/se"ments1
(a)!nvironment
(b)$lant. $hysical plant
(c)Management
(d)All of the above
Q. Which o# the #ollowin" is true about subsystem!-
(a) Any subsystem might# itself# be considered a system consisting of
subsystem at a still lower level of detail# and so on.
(b)!ach subsystem has its own inputs and outputs and# standing by itself.
(c)"oth of above.
(d)None of above
Q. &rinciple/principles used in modelin"!-
(a)"loc+/building
(b)0elevance
(c)Accuracy
(d)All of the above
Q. 'n )ommunication system( what is 2Transmittin"3!-
(a)!ntity
(b)Activity
(c)!nvironment
(d)None of the above.
Q. 4scillator %odel is an e+ample o#!-
(a)Static $hysical Model
(b)Dynamic $hysical Model
(c)Static Mathematical Model
(d)Dynamic Mathematical Model
Q. Tra##ic( -an$( and Supermar$et are the e+amples o#!-
(a)Attribute
(b)System
(c)Activity
(d)!nvironment
Q. System postulation is a!-
(a)%o produce a system that meets some specifications.
(b)%o understand how an e&isting system or a proposed system operates.
(c)%o produce a system in which behavior is +nown but the process is not
+nown.
(d)None of the above.
Q. *5, molecule %odel or ionic model is an e+ample o#!-
(a)Static $hysical Model
(b)Dynamic $hysical Model
(c)Static Mathematical Model
(d)Dynamic Mathematical Model

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