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SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION : JUNE’2013 MFC MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AMF 207) Time: 2 Hrs Max Marks 70 Note: 1 All questions are compulsory Each question carries 1 mark 2 Select appropriate answer from option A, B, C and D given against each question and mark same on the OMR Sheet Q1 Information systems that monitor the elementary activities and transactions of the organizations are: a) management-level sys
  SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION : JUNE ’2013   MF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AMF 207) Time: 2 Hrs Max Marks 70 Note: 1 All questions are compulsory Each question carries 1 mark 2 Select appropriate answer from option A, B, C and D given against each question and mark same on the OMR Sheet Q1 Information systems that monitor the elementary activities and transactions of the organizations are: a) management-level systems b) operational-level systems c) knowledge-level systems d) strategic-level systems Q2 Projections and responses to queries are information output characteristics associated with a(n): a) DSS b) MIS c) ESS d) TPS Q3 Summary transaction data, high-volume data, and simple models are information inputs characteristic of a(n): a) DSS b) MIS c) ESS d) TPS Q4 Which of the following individuals typically have less formal, advanced educational degrees and tend to process rather than create information? a) knowledge workers b) executives c) systems analysts d) data workers Q5 Management information systems usually: a) serve managers interested in weekly, monthly, and yearly results, not day-to-day activities b) help managers make decisions that are unique, rapidly changing, and not easily specified in advance c) provide managers with a generalized computing and telecommunications capacity that can be applied to a changing array of problems d) perform and record the daily routine transactions necessary to the conduct of business Q6 Decision support systems usually: a) serve managers interested in weekly, monthly, and yearly results, not day-to-day activities b) help managers make decisions that are unique, rapidly changing, and not easily specified in advance c) provide managers with a generalized computing and telecommunications capacity that can be applied to a changing array of problems d) perform and record the daily routine transactions necessary to the conduct of business Q7 Identifying customers and markets using data on demographics, markets, consumer behaviour, and trends is an example of a(n): a) operational-level sales and marketing information system b) knowledge-level sales and marketing information system c) management-level sales and marketing information system d) strategic-level sales and marketing information system Q8 Deciding where to locate new production facilities is a(n) example of a manufacturing and production information system operating at the:   a) operational level b) management level c) knowledge level d) strategic level Q9 Preparing short-term budgets is an example of a finance and accounting information system operating at the: a) operational level b) management level c) knowledge level d) strategic level Q10 Tracking employee training, skills, and performance appraisals is an example of a human resource information system operating at the: a) operational level b) management level c) knowledge level d) strategic level Q11 Assembling a product, identifying customers and hiring employees are: a) transactions b) phases c) business processes d) business functions Q12 Which of the following is a network of facilities for procuring materials, transforming raw materials into intermediate and finished products, and distributing the finished products to customers? a) production chain b) primary chain c) supply chain d) distribution chain Q13 Information systems can facilitate supply chain management by: a) tracking the status of orders b) rapidly communicating orders c) providing product specifications d) doing all of the above Q14 Enterprise systems support: a) manufacturing processes b) financial and accounting processes c) human resource processes d) all of the above Q15 Which of the following uses a vertical industrial network? a) Coca-Cola b) Ford c) General Motors d) OASIS Q16 Which of the following is not a way DSS, GDSS, and ESS support decision making? a) automate certain decision procedures b) provide information about different aspects of the decision situation and the decision process c) stimulate decision making by helping managers question decision procedures or explore different solution designs d) generate monthly, hardcopy reports Q17 Which of the following is primarily a stand-alone DSS that uses some type of model to perform "what-if" and other kinds of analyses? a) model-driven b) data-driven c) Data Mart d) data warehouse Q18 The technology for finding hidden patterns and relationships in large databases and inferring rules from them to predict future behavior best describes: a) data warehousing b) knowledge acquisition c) datamining d) data clustering Q19 Which of the following is NOT a type of information yielded from datamining? a) Sequences b) classification c) clustering d) intelligence Q20 Each of the following is a DSS component EXCEPT: a) database b) software system c) user interface d) inference engine Q21 Models that ask "what-if" questions repeatedly to determine the impact of changes in one or more factors on outcomes best describes: a) optimization analysis b) sensitivity analysis   c) forecasting d) goal-seeking Q22 A system with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making best describes: a) geographic information system b) executive support system c) demographic analysis system d) location analysis system Q23 An interactive computer-based system to facilitate the solution to unstructured problems by a set of decision makers working together as a group best describes a(n): a) group decision-support system b) decision-support system c) executive support system d) geographic information system Q24 GDSS software tools that allow individuals to simultaneously and anonymously contribute ideas on the meeting topics are called: a) electronic questionnaires b) tools for voting or setting priorities c) electronic brainstorming tools d) idea organizers Q25 A GDSS can enhance group decision making by: a) improving preplanning b) increasing participation c) providing documentation of meetings d) doing all of the above Q26 Each of the following is a basic GDSS element EXCEPT: a) hardware b) software tools c) a data warehouse d) a user interface Q27 Contingencies affecting the outcome of group meetings include: a) the design of an electronic meeting system and its technology b) the nature of the group c) the manner in which the problem is presented to the group d) all of the above Q28 A useful tool used during the electronic meeting activity of idea generation is: a) group matrix b) policy formation c) topic commenter d) personal productivity Q29 An information system at the strategic level of an organization designed to address unstructured decision making through advanced graphics and communications best describes a(n): a) decision-support system b) executive support system c) management information system d) group decision support system Q30 For taking decisions data must be a) Very accurate b) Massive c) Processed correctly d) Collected from diverse sources Q31 Data by itself is not useful unless a) It is massive b) It is processed to obtain information c) It is collected from diverse sources d) It is properly stated Q32 Operational information is needed for a) Day to day operations b) Meet government requirements c) Long range planning d) Short range planning   Q33 Operational information is required by a) Middle managers b) Line managers c) Top managers d) All workers Q34 Match and find best pairing for a Materials Management System (i)Developing vendor performance (iv)Strategic information measures







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