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Use Cases It is one of the key activities in requirements analysis. Use case analysis is a systematic approach to working out what users should be able to do with the software you are developing. The first step in use case analysis is to determine the types of users or other systems that will use the facilities of this system.
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Use Cases system for managing the processes of a small town public library. List all the actors for this system. The actors might include the following: Librarian, Checkout Clerk, Borrower. When listing use cases, only list use cases that actors will need to do when they are using the system to solve the customers problem. You can also list a set of use cases to help define the systems scope.
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Finding Primary Actors, Goals, and Use Cases Choose the system boundary Identify the primary actors For each actor identify their goals Define use case that satisfy users goals
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Use Cases set of use cases for the following actors in a library system: Borrower, Checkout Clerk, Librarian, Accounting System. Borrower: Search for items by title. ... by author. ... by subject. Place a book on hold if it is on loan to somebody else.
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Use Cases Checkout Clerk: All the Borrower use cases, plus Check out an item for a borrower. Check in an item that has been returned. Renew an item. Record that a fine has been paid. Add a new borrower. Update a borrowers personal information (address, telephone number etc
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Use Cases how to describe a single use case Name.
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course COMPUTER 101 taught by Professor Dr.kahan during the Spring '11 term at Akademia Ekonomiczna w Krakowie.

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