An Automated Approach to Transform Use Cases into Activity Diagrams

@inproceedings{Yue2010AnAA,
  title={An Automated Approach to Transform Use Cases into Activity Diagrams},
  author={Tao Yue and Lionel C. Briand and Yvan Labiche},
  booktitle={ECMFA},
  year={2010}
}
Use cases are commonly used to structure and document requirements while UML activity diagrams are often used to visualize and formalize use cases, for example to support automated test case generation. Therefore the automated support for the transition from use cases to activity diagrams would provide significant, practical help. Additionally, traceability could be established through automated transformation, which could then be used for instance to relate requirements to design decisions and… CONTINUE READING
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