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MCQ: The root super class in diagrams of generalization and specialization is considered as

  1. three-tier class
  2. two-tier class
  3. base class
  4. top class

C

MCQ: The kind of subclass on which the entity become part of subclass by putting some condition on attribute values is classified as

  1. predicate segregation subclass
  2. predicate aggregation subclass
  3. predicate-defined subclass
  4. indicate-defined subclass

C

MCQ: The main constraints applicable in specialization are

  1. disjointness constraint
  2. incomplete constraint
  3. completeness constraint
  4. both a and c

D

MCQ: The generalization and specialization lattices are classified as

  1. single aggregation
  2. multiple inheritance
  3. single inheritance
  4. multiple aggregation

B

MCQ: Considering the constraints of generalization and specialization, the constraint of disjointness and completeness is usually

  1. non calculated
  2. non defined
  3. independence
  4. dependence

C