Constructing high quality use case models: a systematic review of current practices

@article{ElAttar2011ConstructingHQ,
  title={Constructing high quality use case models: a systematic review of current practices},
  author={Mohamed El-Attar and James Miller},
  journal={Requirements Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={17},
  pages={187-201}
}
There is an increasing recognition for the need to develop high quality use case models from the professional and academic communities. Quality in use case models is of particular importance when they are utilized within a use case driven development process, whereby every aspect of development is driven by the models and influenced by their quality. Many practitioners and researchers have provided guidelines, suggestions and techniques to construct high quality use case models. This invaluable… CONTINUE READING

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