Reverse engineering Web applications: the WARE approach

@article{Lucca2004ReverseEW,
  title={Reverse engineering Web applications: the WARE approach},
  author={Giuseppe A. Di Lucca and Anna Rita Fasolino and Porfirio Tramontana},
  journal={Journal of Software Maintenance},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={71-101}
}
ones. For example, a use case exclusively included by another one will be grouped with it to provide a more abstract use case belonging to a higher level use case diagram. As for the UML sequence diagrams abstraction, for each use case (i.e. validated cluster) it is possible to produce a sequence diagram whose objects derive from classes associated with the cluster’s entities, while interactions among objects can be deduced both from the relationships between classes in the class diagram and… CONTINUE READING
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