Use Case Model Refactoring : Changes to UML ́ s Use Case Relationships

@inproceedings{Metz2002UseCM,
  title={Use Case Model Refactoring : Changes to UML ́ s Use Case Relationships},
  author={Pierre Metz and John O ́ Brien and Wolfgang Weber},
  year={2002}
}
Use cases are a powerful and widely recognised tool for functional requirements elicitation. However, there still are major problems and gaps in UML ́s use case foundation. One such issue is the way extend and include relationships are used in refactoring textual and graphical use case models. Experience shows that practitioners do not only use extend-relationships as defined by UML, but also to express both partial and fully parallel interaction courses and exceptional use case behaviour… CONTINUE READING
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