Towards an inspection technique for use case models

@inproceedings{Anda2002TowardsAI,
  title={Towards an inspection technique for use case models},
  author={Bente Anda and Dag I. K. Sj\oberg},
  booktitle={SEKE},
  year={2002}
}
A use case model describes the functional requirements of a software system and is used as input to several activities in a software development project. The quality of the use case model therefore has an important impact on the quality of the resulting software product. Software inspection is regarded as one of the most efficient methods for verifying software documents. There are inspection techniques for most documents produced in a software development project, but no comprehensive… CONTINUE READING
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