A subject-based empirical evaluation of SSUCD’s performance in reducing inconsistencies in use case models

@article{ElAttar2008ASE,
  title={A subject-based empirical evaluation of SSUCD’s performance in reducing inconsistencies in use case models},
  author={Mohamed El-Attar and James Miller},
  journal={Empirical Software Engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={477-512}
}
The problem of inconsistencies in Use Case models has plagued practitioners over the years and has been a topic of interest for many researchers. In Use Case driven approaches, the damaging effects of inconsistencies escalate as inconsistencies have a detrimental influence on every aspect of the development process. The repercussions of inconsistencies have been well documented, but little progress has been made towards reducing and remedying their effects. This paper presents a controlled… CONTINUE READING

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